Top 8 Hong Kong Nightlife

Most Popular Nightlife Spots in Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s nightlife, as to be expected for such a cosmopolitan destination, is multi layered. The raucous goings on in Wan Chai and Lan Kwai Fong are far removed from the more serious pastime of gaming in Macau’s many casinos and the dining-out atmosphere of Causeway.

The decidedly international atmosphere of SoHo Hollywood is great for sampling world cuisine and there’s a lot of fun to be had at Temple Street Night Market.

Lan Kwai Fong Hong Kong Island

This is Hong Kong’s party central; a compact square of streets in Central Hong Kong containing many bars, restaurants, clubs and drinking dens. Lan Kwai Fong is crowded every night and gets packed on its festival days and New Year’s Eve. Revellers wander from bar to bar and every place is full of people intent on partying the night away. Read More...

Wan Chai
Wan Chai Hong Kong Island

Wan Chai has a more down-to-earth feel to it than Lan Kwai Fong and even though it still gets pretty wild it has a tangible seedy side. Situated on Hong Kong Island and not far from Hong Kong’s Central District, the intersection of Lockhart Road, Jaffe Road and Luard Road mark the hub of Wan Chai's nightlife activity.

SoHo Hollywood Hong Kong Island

Walk down Hollywood Road and you'll come across Hong Kong's SoHo. Along Staunton, Elgin and Shelley Street you’ll find a mixed bag of bars, international restaurants and much more. Take a ride on the world's longest covered escalator and explore the cosmopolitan atmosphere of this popular and vibrant dining and nightlife quarter. Read More...

Tsim Sha Tsui
Tsim Sha Tsui Kowloon

Tsim Sha Tsui and Tsim Sha Tsui East are pretty good areas to head for nightlife. For lively pubs, busy bars, and cozy bistros, head to Knutsford Steps, Knutsford Terrace, Observatory Court, Ashley Road or Hart Avenue and Part Avenue. Tsim Sha Tsui East is the place to go for karaoke bars, nightclubs and hostess bars.

Causeway Bay
Causeway Bay Hong Kong Island

Causeway Bay is a prime spot to sit with a drink and take in the sights. Also a popular shopping area, many young people combine a shopping outing with an evening out. For a place with character try the bar Inn Side Out where drinkers are encouraged to throw their (free) peanut husks on the floor! Causeway has a few good clubs too.

Temple Street Night Market Kowloon

At Kansu Street and Jordan Road in Mongkok, Temple Street Night Market features row after row of brightly lit stalls selling a fantastic variety of cheap goods. These include clothing, pens, luggage, watches, CDs, hardware, DVDs and electronic gadgets. Fortune-tellers congregate and do business at the Yau Ma Tei end of the street. Read More...

Casinos Macau

The Island of Macau has long been Asia’s gaming capital. Nightlife on Macau is not as wild as in Hong Kong but spectacular venues such as the $2.3 billion Venetian (the largest casino in the world) are worth a visit for the deluxe and impressive experience it offers. Read More...

Best Party Venues
Best Party Venues

In Wan Chai some of the best party and meeting-up places are the spacious Joe Bananas, Delaney’s and Mes Amis. In Lan Kwai Fong head for Bulldog’s Bar & Grill with its Aussie/Brit vibe as well as the unpretentious and tiny The Keg. Stormies, with regulars spilling out into the street on busy nights, is considered party central in Lan Kwai Fong. There’s another branch of Bulldog’s Bar & Grill in Tsim Sha Tsui that is worth a visit as is 8 Fine Irishmen.


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