Hong Kong Nightlife
In Hong Kong, the vibrant nightlife will certainly tempt you to join in. There are the following things to do: take a luxury night cruise over Victoria Harbor; visit pubs, bars, nightclubs; or stroll in the bubbling streets with the locals, etc. Don't just sit back and watch.
There are three districts in Hong Kong that are famous for their entertainment spots. The first is Central where most expatriates and trendy locals go to after work, especially in the areas of Lan Kwai Fong. The second is Wan Chai, which includes nearby Causeway Bay with its many bars and discos that open till dawn. The third is Tsim Tsa Tsui in Kowloon where there is a distinct difference between bars exclusively for locals and those that appeal more to tourists.
Hong Kong's film, nightclub, bars and pubs, music and drama and all other events have merged into the sumptuous banquet of Hong Kong's nightlife. Jump into the rush and experience the dynamic charm of this Oriental Pearl.
Whether the intention of your trip is business or pleasure, Hong Kong has a full range of pubs and bars for you to totally relax yourself at night. The following is guidance for what to do and where to go at night in Hong Kong.
At night, Hong Kong is fascinating everywhere, the streets, the building, the lights, the sea are all attracting people from all over the world. Therefore, it would absolutely a great experience for taking a night cruise around the city of Hong Kong. China Highlights provides several well-designed Hong Kong night tours for our customers to enjoy the charm of Hong Kong and its gorgeous night scenes.
Pubs and Bars
Most bars and pubs are mass in east Tsim Sha Tsui, Lan Kwai Fong and Wan Chai. Among them, Lan Kwai Fong has become the icon of Hong Kong nightlife. The trendiest nightlife area of Hong Kong includes a bustling array of restaurants, eateries, pubs and bars, etc. Beer, alcohol and wine from a myriad of countries could be enjoyed here accompanied by chess, dart and music band. Locals come here for relaxing and socializing while tourists sample the unique and delightful Hong Kong's nightlife. These pubs and bars come in two flavors: western and Chinese. Western nightclub or cabarets cater to foreigners and tourists. Chinese nightclubs are adapted versions for the Chinese. The entertainment and dining package is suitable for both business and family occasions. Performance includes singing, acrobat, folk dances and Cantonese Opera.
Cyber 8 Discotheque Pub
- Address: New Miramar Hotel Bldg, Tsim Sha Tsui
- Address: Shopping Arc HK Convention & Exhibition Centre, Wan Chai
Kara OK bars have mushroomed. Besides dining and drinks, entertainers are there to make guests feel at ease.
California Red - Red Box
- Address: 8/F, Windsor Square, 311, Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay
Hong Kong is the world's third largest film producer. More than 100 cinemas screen the latest films from the world. Watching films in cinemas like JP Causeway Bay is an ideal choice for relaxation after dining and shopping.
UA Times Square
- Address: G/F, Times Square, 1 Matheson Street, Causeway Bay
- Address: 77, Mody Road, East Tsim Sha Tsui
Hi Visheshh, what kind of hotel would you like, please? Below are 3 hotels recommended:
3 star:Metropark Hotel Mongkok - Hong Kong
- Address: 22 Lai Chi Kok Road, Mongkok, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China
- Tel: (Book this hotel, call 800-2682918)
Hotel Concourse is conveniently located in Mongkok, the city center of Hong Kong, 40 kms from Hong KongInternational Airport.
4 star: YMCA of Hong Kong
- Location: TsimSha Tsui
- Address: 41 Salisbury Road, Tsimshatsui, Kowloon
- Tel: 00852-22687000 (Book this hotel, call 800-2682918)
The YMCA of Hong Kong is situated at the tip of Kowloon Peninsula and the business center of Tsimshatsui, with magnificent views of Victoria Houbour and Hong Kong Island.
5 star: Harbour Plaza Hong Kong
- Address: 20 Tak Fung Street, Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong
- Tel: 852-26213188 (Book this hotel, call 800-2682918)
Situated along the Whampoa waterfront, the HarbourPlaza offers spectacular views over Victoria Harbour towards Hong Kong Island and the South China Sea.
More hotels in Hong Kong, please check here:http://www.chinahighlights.com/hotel/hong-kong-hotels/Whitney Liao Replied on 2012-12-12
Hong Kong hotels are very expensive during the Christmas holiday season, an average 3 star hotel will cost you more than 200USD per night, since you are on tight budget, I suggest that you should go after middle of Janurary , the hotel will be much cheaper then. Since English is widely used there , so you can go around on your own. we can arrange tour for you, but the price is high considering your budget.Leon Long Replied on 2012-12-07
Hi Dilip, thanks for your information. When are you going to take the tour, please?Whitney Liao Replied on 2012-11-20
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