Kowloon Nightlife

Where to Go at Night in Kowloon

Hong Kong nightlife is no shrinking violet in Asia's club scene – on the contrary, it's hopping and a very lively scene. In a town where even the restaurants don't think about closing until 02:00 you can expect a lot to do after the sun goes down.

In summer, when drinking holes become too crowded, people simply spill out onto the street, lending a carnival-like atmosphere. Clubs range from sophisticated, downright snobby see-and-be-seen affairs to friendly, 'anything goes' places. Generally speaking, nightlife in Kowloon starts around 21:00 and goes on until very late.


Aqua Spirit

Usually referred to as simply 'Aqua', many punters claim that Aqua's views out over Hong Kong's nightscape are even better than at Felix – and that's saying something. Drinks are expensive so it's not the place to get round after round in unless you're flushed. You can also order food here, as you can in two downstairs restaurants, also part of the Aqua group. Dress code applies.

Opening Hours: Daily 18:00 – 02:00
Address: Level 30, 1 Peking Road
Tel: (852) 3427 2288


 

Delaney's Pub

This upmarket Irish pub is in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui. Decorated in old-world style with vintage posters and photographs, its convivial atmosphere gets an extra boost through free weekly events, such as Tuesday quiz night with prizes and a DJ on Thursday and Friday nights. Lots of Pub grub and happy hour is from 17:00 – 21:00 daily; open hours are daily from 08:00- 02:00.

Address: 71-77 Peking Road
Tel: (852) 2301 3980

Felix

Located in the posh Peninsula Hotel, Felix lives up to its surrounding by being swank, pretentious and unabashedly 'been there, done it' material. Designed by the ubiquitous and iconic Philippe Starck, it comprises a restaurant serving Pacific Rim cuisine, a balcony, a wine bar, an American Bar and, as the centrepiece, a Perspex box containing a dance floor known as the Crazy Box. The views (especially from the men's urinals…) have to be seen to be believed.

Opening Hours: Daily 18:00 – 02:00
Location: Peninsula Hotel
Tel: (852) 2315 3188

Ned Kelly's Last Stand

This is the oldest pub in Hong Kong and it has a natural warm, cosy atmosphere. There is an excellent house jazz band that plays everything from Dixie to Bebop. The 20-piece Ned Kelly's Big Band plays on the first Sunday of every month from March to September. Serves Australian food.

Address: 11 Ashley Road
Tel: (852) 2376 0562

Rick's Café

Basement bar – usually very busy and noisy. One of the most popular places in town with live music and DJ's and lots of locals. The downside is that at the weekends you'll more than likely have to queue to get in.

Address: 4 Hart Avenue Tsim Sha Tsui
Tel: (852) 2367 2939

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