The beating heart of Hong Kong’s nightlife scene,and are the city’s most popular boozing districts, two neighbouring areas in Central filled with bars, pubs, clubs and all manner of watering holes. Lan Kwai Fong is the busier of the two, with rowdy crowds spilling out of its blaring bars and onto the streets on any given weekend. SoHo, meanwhile, is a more relaxed affair, contrasted by quiet lounges and tucked-away boozers. One of our favourites is Stazione Novella.
|Address:||52-56 Staunton Street, Central, Hong Kong Island|
|Tel:||+852 2559 0559|
Once famed for its Suzie Wong-style gentlemen’s venues, Wan Chai has cleaned up its act, and now features a wide variety of colonial-style pubs, sports bars and live music clubs. Watch football and rugby on huge projector screens, down a couple pints of real British ale, catch cover bands playing your favourite hair-metal tunes, and then dance the night away on a booze-soaked bar top. Our favourites include Delaney’s – The Irish Pub and music venue The Wanch.
An across-the-harbour counter to Central’s Lan Kwai Fong,in Tsim Sha Tsui is a decidedly more sedate affair, with a long line of bustling restaurants that transform into late-night watering holes. The area features an even mix of ground-level alfresco spots and upstairs bars, as well as a small smattering of after-hours clubs. Popular choices include The China Bar for live music and Assembly for snacks and cocktails.
|Address:||240 Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon|
|Tel:||+852 2381 5111|
|Address:||248-250 Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon|
|Tel:||+852 2381 8668
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