|Victoria Bay at night|
Hong Kong provides a vibrant nightlife. Do not fight the temptation to join the party. Things to do: take a luxury night cruise over Victoria Harbor; visit pubs, bars, nightclubs; or stroll in the bubbling streets with the locals. Don't just sit back and watch.
Do you fancy touring by night on land and over water? We recommend Lei Yue Mun Seafood Village Dinner Cruise. Begin this wonderful 5-hour trip at dusk with the flag lowering ceremony at the Golden Bauhinia Square (if time permitted). A stopover at seafood bazaar at Lei Yue Mun Seafood Village will follow. You get to see Hong Kong on the runway of the old Kai Tak airport and shop in the Temple Street Open Market after the seafood banquet.
Star Ferry's Harbor Tour with A Symphony of Lights, Pearl of the Orient Dinner Cruise, and Tsing Ma Night Cruise offer memorable sights as well. Land stroll is a most breathtaking one: a cable ride to the Victoria Peak, where you get spectacular views.
Bars and Pubs
|Lan Kwai Fong on Christmas Day|
Most bars and pubs are mass in east Tsim Sha Tsui, Lan Kwai Fong and Wan Chai. The gem is Lan Kwai Fong, which has become the icon of nightlife. A bustling array of restaurants, eateries, pubs and bars makes up the Hong Kong's trendiest nightlife area. 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 visitors sample the unique and delightful nightlife of the city.
We recommend some bars for appreciating the night view of Victoria Bay, which are Felix at the 28/F of Peninsula Hotel and Sky Lounge in Sheraton Hotels.
Nightclubs come in two flavors: western or Chinese. Western nightclub or cabarets cater to foreigners and visitors. 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.
|Golden Bauhinia Square at night|
Address: Grand Hyatt Hotel, Wan Chai
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
|Night view of Hong Kong street|
UA Times Square
Address: G/F, Times Square, 1 Matheson Street, Causeway Bay
Address: 77, Mody Road, East Tsim Sha Tsui
Tsim Sha Tsui is an exhilarating night park with dazzling neon lights and bustling people. You can choose to dine or watch film here followed by roaming and shopping.It would be a relaxed but an unforgettable time!
Hong Kong's film, nightclub, bars and pubs, music and drama and all other events have merged into the sumptuous banquet of the city's nightlife. Jump into the rush and experience the dynamic charm of this Oriental Pearl!