The first rabbit cafe in Hong Kong has opened its doors to public on the third floor of a high rise building in a busy district of Causeway Bay. Skip past the usual cat cafes; we now have a rabbit cafe!
Time to spend time cuddling with the 12 cute resident rabbits in Rabbitland Cafe.
Have some toasted sandwiches and fries as you watch them nibble on grass or sip on tea while petting these furry little creatures who have cute names such as Mung Bean, Cotton Candy and Sesame!
Many of the rabbits were abandoned by previous owners before they were adopted and given a home in Rabbitland Cafe. It takes time and commitment to look after rabbits who have an average lifetime span of about 12 years. Parents who wish to instill a sense of responsibility in their kids bring them there to have a glimpse of what it is like to own a pet.
As for those who are living in a space constrained country like Hong Kong, keeping a pet is considered a luxury for many.
Photo Credits: Rabbitland Cafe
A tip for you if you are intending to head down to Rabbitland Cafe – customers who make an advance booking are able to feed them in their open cages but do remember to be gentle while handling them. Picking them up and tugging their ears are not allowed!
The cafe requires visitors to wear socks, otherwise you have to purchase it from them. They also restrict entry to children under 6 years old.
3/F No 530 Jaffe Road Causeway Bay
Tel: +852 5281 0280
Daily: 1pm to 9.30pm
Nearest MTR: Causeway Bay