Hong Kong: Nightlife
The Pearl of the Orient
Hong Kong has a lively albeit expensive nightlife. In a city where chatting up a stranger is not uncommon, Hong Kong has a particularly friendly night scene. From all night club hopping to pub crawls, lounges and comedy clubs Hong Kong has something for everyone. Weekends are busiest but the nightlife is still vibrant and often cheaper during the weekdays. Happy hours in Hong Kong are hugely popular. Hong Kong also enjoys an avid theatre and cinema crowd. For restaurants, bars, and cafés head to Lan Kwai Fong in Central or Soho (south of Hollywood Road). If you’re looking for crowded dance floors and want to dance til dawn you won’t need to look hard or go far. The best places to go are in Central (Drop, C Club, Dragon-i) and clubs don't close until 10 am. For something a little different head to an Art Jam for some late night culture. Try Meli-Melo. Gays and lesbians can head to Hong Kong's Central and check out Club Bliss or Club 97.