Brief History of Hong Kong Room Escape Industry
The room escape industry in Hong Kong started in 2012 and had some success in the early stages as dozens of boutique businesses were established. Fast forward 10 years and now the industry only has a few major players who share the market.
Why are room escapes not popular in Hong Kong ?
Reading through online reviews and blogs, we find that the reason for the decline is because there hasn't been very much in the innovation during the past 10 years in the room escape industry. Add to the fact that the upkeep on some existing rooms are poor which appears to have soured the taste of many first timers.
What Fox in a Box Hong Kong offers !Fox in a Box aims to be the innovation the industry desperately needs. By bringing award winning escape rooms from Europe, they focus on absolute player immersion. They can do this by detailing their rooms to look like a movie set. As soon as you take your first step into one of their rooms, you will feel like you stepped into another reality. Furthermore, all outside communication with game host are kept to pictures on screens, as to always ensure the players feel in character throughout their entire session.
They are open every day from 12pm - 8pm. Prices vary depending on number of players but on average you can expect to pay between HKD230-240 per person.
They have 4 themed rooms all with varying difficulties: Life Sentence, Bunker, Zombie Lab & Zodiac Killer.
Location: 905 Eastcore, 398 Kwun Tong Road, Kwun Tong
Rating on Google: 5/5 stars