Easter is here again, and although borders remain closed for yet another holiday, that doesn’t mean adults can’t enjoy a good meal in Hong Kong while the kiddies get entertained as well. There is a great selection of buffets and afternoon teas around town that have the little ones in mind. The Four Seasons Hong Kong has a great selection of children’s cooking courses as well as an Easter-themed afternoon tea, while Aqua Group’s cruise ship Aqua Luna is offering a fantastic dim sum afternoon tea with an optional pirate adventure. Read on to find out more. 6 luxury Hong Kong staycations to book this Easter Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong From April 2 to 6, enjoy an Easter afternoon tea at Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong that’s all about delicious treats. Start off with a three-tier set featuring carrot cake and egg-shaped sugar cookies in pastel colours, as well as waffles, hot cross buns, lemon-verbena ice cream sandwiches and chocolate espuma at a live cooking station. Sign your child up for the hotel’s Little Kitchen Chef’s programme that includes cooking classes for wontons, pizza, maki rolls, desserts, mocktails and French cuisine, all conducted by the hotel’s award-winning chefs. The Lounge, Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, 8 Finance Street, Central Aqua Luna View this post on Instagram A post shared by Aqua Luna I & II (@aqualunahk) Take the brood on a pirate adventure this holiday with Aqua Luna’s Pirate Cruise and Dim Sum at Sea, which boasts a day of fun activities for the whole family. The afternoon tea menu features dim sum delights alongside special Easter sweet treats, classic scones and bubbly priced at HK$798 (US$103) for two people. Parents can sign kids up for the Pirate Adventure Cruise where little ones will embark on a nautical journey to Lei Yue Mun, which for centuries was used as a haven for pirates, seafarers and fisherman. Kids will learn how to tie essential knots used at sea, as well as participate in an Easter egg treasure hunt and dress up as a pirate. This option is priced at HK$260 for kids and HK$150 for adults. Aqua Luna, pickup and drop-off: Tsim Sha Tsui Pier 1 or Central Pier 9 Would you try these K-pop idols’ bizarre favourite foods? Island Shangri-La Sometimes an adorable afternoon tea is all you need. Island Shangri-La Lobby Lounge’s Easter-themed afternoon tea should have the kids squealing with delight, thanks to playful creations such as the coffee chocolate bird’s nest and the Easter carrot cake, all crafted by the hotel’s team of expert pastry chefs. Available from April 2 to 5. Level 6, Island Shangri-La Hong Kong, Pacific Place, Supreme Court Road, Admiralty The Mira The folks at The Mira have transformed their penthouse ballroom into The Great Egg Escape fun fair over the Easter holidays. Activities include a 30-minute escape challenge, piñata smashing, game booths, photo corners as well as plenty of Easter treats to snack on along the way. For two days only on April 4 and 5, with sessions at 10.30am and 1.30pm each day. Entrance fees apply. Ballroom, 18/F, The Mira Hong Kong, 118 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui How is Singapore’s next generation of chefs putting the nation on the culinary map? La Rambla The Pascua de Resurreccion celebrations on April 3 and 4 at La Rambla promise delicious Spanish cuisine as well as plenty of activities to keep the little ones occupied. Brunch includes cold and hot tapas, La Rambla’s famous paella as well as Iberico pork belly, tiger prawns, Josper-grilled red prawns, traditional suckling pig, Bacalao à la Catalana traditional cod stew, and grilled king salmon with sofrito sauce. Entertainment for the kids includes chocolate egg giveaways and Easter egg painting sessions. 3071-73, Level 3, IFC Mall, 8 Finance Street, Central BaseHall The high-end food hall in Central is throwing an Easter Saturday Family Day on April 3. An Easter-themed balloon artist will be present from 12pm to 3pm, while BaseHall’s Easter Egg hunt takes place at 12pm, 2pm and 4pm. Young Master Brewery will also be serving up freshly baked hot cross buns from Pub 1842. Shops 9A, 9B and 9C, LG/F, Jardine House, 1 Connaught Place, Central Want more stories like this? Sign up here. Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .