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The 7 Rinks Offering the Best Roller Skating in Hong Kong Right Now

The 7 Rinks Offering the Best Roller Skating in Hong Kong Right Now 

When’s the last time you roller-skated? I used to think it was a thing of the past. Over the past weeks, though, I realized that it’s not! I just didn’t know the spots to go roller skating. 

That’s why after grueling days of searching, I’m here to share the best roller skating rinks in town. If you miss showing off your roller skating skills (like I did) or want your kids to learn this fun sport, check these out!

Checker Inline Skating School 

Location: 19樓05室, Eastern Centre, 1065號 King’s Rd, 太古 

Operating hours: Wednesday to Friday – 3 PM to 9 PM, Saturday – 10 AM  to 8 PM, Sunday – 10 AM to 6 PM, Monday to Tuesday – Closed 

Contact details: +852 2977 5128 

Checker Inline Skating School is an international roller skating school recognized and rated the highest level of “Platinum” by the International Inline Skating Association (IISA). Translation: it’s a whole lot of fun.

Here, you can access a safe practice rink and certified instructors offering indoor skating lessons. They do classes for both beginners and advanced skaters (if you’re hoping to get into the complicated stuff).

Here’s an overview of the roller skating lessons they’re currently offering:

  • Roller Skating Lessons for Children (8 sessions) – HK$ 1,440
  • Roller Skating Lessons for Adults (8 sessions) – HK$ 1,440
  • Speed Roller Skating Lessons (8 sessions) –  HK$ 2,000
  • Private Lessons (1 to 9 people only)  – HK$ 1,280 to HK$ 2,880

And guess what? Checker Inline Skating School also has its own roller skating shop, so you can conveniently buy all the roller skating supplies and gear you need in one place. 

Buns 2020 

Location: Quarry Bay Java Rd, 321號柯達大廈一期7樓 

Operating hours: Tuesday to Thursday – 1 PM to 9 PM, Friday to Sunday – 10 AM to 10 PM, Monday – Closed 

Contact details: +852 2779 2020 

With a skating area of more than 20,000 square feet, Buns 2020 is one of the largest indoor roller skating spots in Quarry Bay and the city. 

It features an Instagram-worthy hardwood rink adorned with funky disco lights and neon-lit photo zones, so it’s also a favorite hangout spot of many local skaters. 

There’s a mini-training area perfect for beginners. Besides that, it also has a full-size rink for more freestyle skaters. They also offer an Advanced Roller Skating Skills Class or Roller Dance Class!

Here are the rates for a 60-minute lesson for ages 7 and up (5 to 8 people per instructor):

  • 1 lesson – HK$ 380
  • 5 lessons – HK$ 1,710
  • 10 lessons – HK$ 3,230 

And for a 30-minute lesson for ages 4 to 6 years old (2 to 5 kids per instructor):

  • 1 lesson – HK$ 290
  • 5 lessons – HK$ 1,305
  • 10 lessons – HK$ 2,465 


Location: Ngau Tau Kok, Hung To Rd, 28號六樓

Operating hours: Monday to Friday – 1:45 PM to 10:15 PM, Saturday to Sunday – 11:15 AM to 10:15 PM 

Contact details: +852 6168 0415 

If you’re after an aesthetic and retro roller skating rink, there’s no better place to be than Rollalar. This rink’s disco-themed interiors and DJ-run-beats give off old-school club vibes, making it an IG-worthy spot to visit with friends or the whole family.  

They also do a beginner’s skating class, like most of the other rinks. For just HK$ 280, you can enjoy a two-hour workshop – this includes the rental of roller skates and protective gear! 

HK Roller Skating School  

Location: Che Kung Miu Playground, Tai Wai 

Operating hours: Monday to Sunday – 7 AM to 11 PM 

Contact details: +852 2377 9202 

Want to skate in a humongous rink? Visit HK Roller Skating School and explore its 25,000-square-foot indoor skating rink. It’s currently the largest indoor skating school in the city! 

They offer a range of skating sessions here and you can even sign up for a private lesson. If you wish to learn cool techniques like skating up and down the stairs, doing a lunge turn or T-brake, or crossing convex and concave surfaces, sign up for their Practical Skills Class. 

However, this class is for adults only, and fees start at HK$ 1,500 for four classes. 


Location: 4 Kin Fat Lane, Shop 1-2, 4/F, 4 Kin Fat Ln, Tuen Mun

Operating hours: Monday to Friday – 12 PM to 8 PM, Saturday to Sunday – 10 AM to 8 PM 

Contact details: +852 9376 2073 

If you’re looking for a fun indoor activity to bond with your little kids, roller skating in WeSkate is a good idea. 

No one’s too competitive in this indoor skating community, so it’s good for beginners and kids. Plus, the protective gear and roller skates here are super stylish. The kids will definitely love them!

Nonetheless, trial lessons for beginners are still offered here, and the pricing per session is flexible, so just ask the staff onsite if you’re interested. 

Victoria Park Skating Rink 

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Location: Viking Garden Block A, 42 Hing Fat St, Causeway Bay 

Operating hours: Monday to Sunday – 7 AM to 11 PM 

Contact details: +852 2890 4355  

Soak up some sun and enjoy the fresh air at Victoria Park Skating Rink! This outdoor roller skating rink is a hotspot for many skating enthusiasts because it’s free and you can come and go as you please. 

However, we only recommend this spot for people who have already mastered the basic roller skating skills or at least have a grasp on how to stop and fall properly. 

During peak hours, many skaters of different skill levels gather here, and some sections of the rink have obstacles, so it can be hard if you’re a total newbie skater.   

King’s Road Playground 

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Location: King’s Rd, North Point

Operating hours: Monday to Sunday – 7:30 AM to 11 PM 

Contact details: +852 2564 2673 

If you’re not a fan of the usual crowd in Victoria Park Skating Rink, King’s Road Playground’s skating rink is also a good spot. It may not be as spacious, but you’ll certainly have fewer skaters to collide with because the playground’s the highlight of this place. 

It’s an excellent spot for beginners because the rink features a smooth and flat concrete floor with supporting bars around it. Besides that, it’s not that wide-open, which is actually good if you’re learning how to balance, glide, and stop. 

Safety Tips to Remember When Roller Skating 

  1. Wear proper protective gear. 

Don’t skip safety gear! Here are the ones we found most useful in our own skating:

  • Helmets
  • Knee pads
  • Elbow pads
  • Wrist guards
  1. Warm up properly. 

Like any other physical sport or activity, a simple warm-up can help you before you start. We found gentle stretching exercises for about 5-10 minutes to be sufficient!  

  1. Always be aware of your surroundings. 

A public skating rink is a bit like an intersection for cars, so it’s essential to be aware of what’s happening around you. 

Before you go full speed or suddenly change directions, look both ways and check for potential hazards like obstacles or skaters you might collide with. 

  1. Skate within your ability. 

Curb your enthusiasm. Skating too fast or trying fancy tricks as a beginner is one of the best ways to get injured – or worse, injure someone else. Happens more than you think!

  1. Learn techniques on how to safely stop on roller skates. 

Master how to stop completely before everything else! Trust us, you’ll be glad later. 

That’s why for your next roller skating practice, look up and practice these two commonly used stopping techniques – T-stop and Plow Stop. 

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