Hong Kong’s Top Game Cafes – Roll the dice

Some will say Hong Kong is best experienced with a tour of its nightlife and a shopping spree. But in truth, Hong Kong has a lot more attractions such as game cafes. The ever-increasing game cafes in Hong Kong invite you to the heart of the action in the city. In addition to established restaurants and many other top class pubs, the game cafes offer a different kind of experience. If you want to stay in over a few days to checkout all that it has to offer, there are many hotel apartments in Hong Kong such as Citadines Habourview Hong Kong that you can stay at. Without further ado, here are some of the top game cafes in the city:

Friends in cafe is a warm and cosy place with ceilings of considerable height. And the staff moves about at your beck and call anytime. And the meals also deserve five stars. So does its games. Try this place if you happen to be in Yau Ma Tei’s Broadway Cinematheque. The cafes is close to is full of such game cafes flourishing with friendly treatment to customers.
The Fill in the Blank cafes, for instance, lets you have an hour with snacks and drinks for $50. Step into the cafes with your buddies and witness other players already in action. They are living evidence of Hong Kong’s myriad subtleties. A carom board also rests in the cafes offering you what some call the Asian version of pool. If you visit here on a Wednesday evening, you can take part in the board games on offer from 6 to 11 pm.

Board games are also the signature element of Jolly Thinkers cafe. You will find more than 300 types of board games here: detective, party, role play, war and strategy. Most of these games are played best between two and 10 players. Of course, you cannot afford to memorise the rules of each and every game. All the same, there is hardly anything to worry about. The staff would willingly enlighten you on the rules whenever you embark on a new game.

Finally, we have Sweet & Fun cafe. It is a small place. You should probably opt out of this if you are scared of small enclosures. But this is otherwise, a must for anyone who appreciates the traditional art of graphics and storytelling. During the daytime, you will see the cafe crowded with schoolchildren, as there is no fee to play here. You have to pay only for the drinks.

Umanga Kahandawaarachchi is a passionate travel writer who writes under the pen name, Maggie Tulliver. Her field of writing covers a wide array of content and articles related to travel and hospitality industry.

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