If you’re looking for the hottest nightclubs in Hong Kong, there are plenty of places to keep you going from sundown to sunup. If you are looking for something low-key, there’s plenty of that too.Lan Kwai Fong offers an eclectic variety of bars and clubs for every taste. If you’re looking for a more laid-back atmosphere, Finds Restaurant and Bar is a great place to relax and enjoy a menu of Nordic seafood and specialty drinks.
Bulldogs Bar and Grill is a bustling pub with a British/Australian theme. If you love beer and great food, you’ll fit right in. While you down your beer you can watch sports on the big screens and revel in the raucous atmosphere. It’s a real man’s man kind of bar.
Stormies is so popular that getting inside may prove to be a challenge because of all the partying going on outside on the streets. With music from the ’80’s and ’90’s pumping inside, outside the party is no less intense. Never fear if you can’t get inside. Stormies’ waitresses will take your order and bring it to you while you mingle with the outdoor crowd.
The Wan Chai district has quite the reputation from its early days. It still retains some of its earlier raunchiness with a few girlie bars, but is a much tamer version of what it once was. Wan Chai is home to bars and pubs with a British flare and a place for serious drinkers who can go all night. Many of the clubs are open 24/7 and have great cover bands. Delaney’s and Joe Banana’s are just two of the most crowded and lively bars in the district.
The Hong Kong nightlife doesn’t always mean heading to the clubs and bars. One experience you shouldn’t pass up while in Hong Kong is the Temple Street Night Market in Kowloon. Even better, have a beer or two before you go. Stalls stretch for blocks and offer an array of items for purchase. Get electronics, clothing, souvenirs, antiques, and everything in between. While shopping get your fortune told and enjoy some street opera.
If the performing arts is more your speed, Hong Kong has several venues to choose from. For wonderful classical music, the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra is a unique experience. It is comprised of more than eighty musicians using traditional Chinese instruments, producing a sound unlike Western orchestras.
The Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts offers an array of theatrical and dance performances with visually stunning costumes and backdrops. Local and international playwrights and choreographers are represented here. It’s the perfect way to spend a romantic evening after an intimate dinner with a special someone.
For that intimate dinner, take your date to the Sky Lounge on the top floor of the Sheraton in Kowloon. It offers a gorgeous view of the harbor and the city lights in a plush atmosphere while soft music plays. It has an extensive menu and even a cigar room.
For the best way to see the beauty of Hong Kong at night, take a cruise aboard a tour boat or ferry in Victoria Harbour. Hop aboard just before sunset so you don’t miss out on watching the sun go down and witnessing the transformation of Hong Kong from day to night. It’s a breathtaking way to spend the evening.
However you plan to spend your nights in Hong Kong, you’ll find something that fits perfectly with your needs. Party the night away or relax and just enjoy the view. Whatever you do, it’ll be a night you won’t soon forget.