Dragon-i Club is one of the more commercialized clubs in Hong Kong, but this is evidently no bad thing, with the large venue packed out most nights into the week.
With over 12 years in the game, Dragon-i nightclub is one of the longest running dance clubs on the island. Whilst many Hong Kong nightlife venues come and go – thanks in no small part to the rising rental costs in downtown Hong Kong – Dragon-i has survived the test of time, welcoming the island’s trendiest people through its doors who come to eat, drink, dance and generally look pretty seven days-a-week.
Decor is in Dragon-i club is a sexy blend of Chinese with sleek modern touches, whilst music covers all corners of the dance music world, depending on who’s on the decks. Contemporary Asian food is also served from noon until 15:00, and the club nights start to warm up at around midnight.
Dragon-i Club enforces a relatively strict dress code policy, and the results inside show. Expect a sea of designer handbags alongside suited and booted business men popping expensive champagne, rather than T-shirt and trainers-clad ravers found at some of Hong Kong’s slightly less upscale venues.
As well as the rich and famous, expect the rest of the crowd to be made up of tourists in their big night out in Lan Kwai Fong, as well as a mix of expats looking to get in on the hi-so scene too.
Dragon-i Club Ong kong is split up into three zones, including numerous bars and dancefloors, elevated DJ booths as well as multiple seating booths for those than want a break from the music: these also include some particularly swanky VIP booths where you get table service and one of the best positions in the club. Reserve these in advance and expect to pay big bucks for both the table and compulsorily bottles of spirit.
Music wise, Dragon-i caters for all tastes, although the main room is definitely mainstream – great for large groups looking for a feel-good sing-along to their favourite hip hop, R&B and EDM tracks. Explore the club’s other areas to find more of an underground, bass heavy music policy. Dragon-i Club also welcomes a range on local and international DJs on a regular basis, and it’s best to look out for these in advance in the Facebook page.
Entry charges and times do vary on the night (again check their Facebook page for their well-published list of monthly events). If you’re planning just to rock up on the night, remember to dress smart and expect a cover charge of HK$100-300.
Dragon-i Club Hong Kong is easily reachable from Central MTR Station. Head towards Lan Kwai Fong and find the club around the back on Wyndham Street.
- Opening Hours: Daily 12:00 – 15:00; 17:00 - 04:00
- Address: UG/F, The Centrium, 60 Wyndham St, Hong Kong
- Tel: +852 3110 1222