The nightlife scene in Hong Kong is lively, colorful and incredibly diverse. As the sun sets, as skyscrapers light up the port, while bars and nightclubs draw partygoers with energetic music, making the area become very impressive.
It is already known that this city is compact and you can find opportunities to focus even further on nightlife in Hong Kong. The vast majority of Pubs, Clubs and Restaurants are in the central area, but one of the swanky rooftop bars of Kowloon should also be reached. This list of the best encounters of nightlife in Hong Kong ranges from family fun afternoon events to a list of Hong Kong’s best parties.
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1. Tsim Sha Tsui
Tsim Sha Tsui and Tsim Sha Tsui East are very great places to go to Hong Kong’s nightlife. Travel to the Knutsford Terrace, the Observatory Court, Ashley Road and Hart Avenue for vibrant restaurants, bustling bars and cozy bistros. Tsim Sha Tsui East is one of Hong Kong’s top locations for karaoke pubs, bars and night-clubs.
2. Symphony of Lights Hong Kong
One of the world’s best permanent light and sound displays is Hong Kong’s Symphony of Lights. This classic view is a noticeable sight in Hong Kong for nightlife. But if you’re here for the first time you shouldn’t skip it.
The perfectly synchronized illumination of 45 main buildings on both sides lights the already breathtaking Victoria Harbour. Go for one of the best viewpoints at 20:00 on Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade or Golden Bauhinia Square.
3. Lan Kwai Fong and SoHo
Lan Kwai Fong and Soho also fill with trendy local residents and trendy visitors who want a nice spot where they can enjoy chic bars, pubs, clubs or drinks. In Central Hong Kong both nightlife districts are conveniently accessible by MRI, bus, and tram. Every night Lan Kwai Fong is crowded and particularly packed during New Year’s and Festival Days.
SoHo surrounds Lan Kwai Fong on Hollywood Road and houses many more bars and pubs, and one of the longest outdoor escalators in the world.
4. Night cruise
Join an evening cruise if you want to do something more relaxing than a party in crowded clubs or pubs. It is also a popular evening activity for couples and families who want to impress children on a family dating day.
Any of the cruises take place at the beautiful harbor of Victoria and offer a full tour of all the sights and free drinks. The Symphony of Light Hong Kong, lighting up the signs of the harbor and city at 8 p.m, is always the greatest idea of night cruises in Hong Kong.
5. Rooftop bars
From the various rooftop bars and lounges, you have the finest views of Hong Kong’s modern skyline and the South China Sea. You should go to OZONE, including 118 floors at The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong if you’re hunting for luxurious and special cocktails.
The penthouse-inspired lounge at Aqua promises such a stunning view, while Eyebar looks out over Hong Kong’s harbor, with its 30th-floor skyline at iSquare.
6. Clubbing in Hong Kong
Hong Kong is one of the Asian club cities. The most major names are situated on Hong Kong Island and around Lan Kwai Fong, while there are more underground-style, small clubs scattered across the area. Most of them remain open until early morning hours, particularly on weekends.
Among Hong Kong’s best nightclubs are Volar Club, CÉ LA VI Hong Kong and PLAY Club – please note that most nights cover charges are available, especially when a big-name DJ is on the decks.
7. Causeway Bay
Causeway Bay is a popular shopping district in Hong Kong, but it’s still a perfect spot to get a cocktail and sightseeing. Causeway Bay is popular for its friendly local bars, in a location of packed nightclubs and upmarket lounges, where you can integrate in a lively conversation. There are also a range of good rooftop bars in the city, with cheap beers and bar food if you are on a budget.
8. Temple Street Night Market
From about 6 pm, Temple Street Night Market is vibrant and has a great selection of cheap stalls row by side. This market place is where inexpensive clothes, luggage, watches, appliances and mobile devices can be found. At Yau Ma Tei end of the street, the fortune-tellers meet and do business.
It is also surrounded by many local and foreign restaurants and various stalls selling street food, along Kansu Street and Jordan Road.
9. Wan Chai
Wan Chai’s nightlife scenes are a little bit “quiter” than Lan Kwai Fong, but with late-night and grungy parties, it still gets pretty crazy. The Lockhart Road, Jaffe Road, and the Luard Road crossroads mark the heart of Wan Chai Nightlife on Hong Kong Island (not far from Central).
10. Hong Kong night tour
Night tours in Hong Kong will drive you across Hong Kong to the best sights when the sun goes down. This chosen tour takes you to Kowloon’s popular Temple Street Market before you take an open bus to explore the area. You will watch the Symphony of Lights on a cruise ship at Victoria Harbour in stunning fashion at night.