Energetic Hong Kong buzzes with nocturnal activity every night and not just at weekends with its bustling neighborhood bars, the swankiest bars and the hippest clubs in the world. Most bars and night clubs are grouped mainly on three districts - Lan Kwai Fong & Soho, Wai Chai & Causeway Bay, and Tsim Sha Tsui, where you can’t resist joining the fun trendy nightlife during your Hong Kong tours.
Lan Kwai Fong & Soho is a most popular and well known area in Hong Kong for drinking, clubbing and dining, attracting everyone especially businessmen and expats.
Located in Central, Hong Kong, Lan Kwai Fong is a bustling array of restaurants, eateries, pubs and bars where you can taste a variety of international cuisines, hang out and booze with friends or dance till sunrise. Veteran drinkers often treat Lan Kwai Fong as an extended warm up before stumbling into the Wan Chai area later in the night.The neighbourhood Soho, the area of "South of Hollywood Road", offers a wide range of eateries which represent the cuisine culture all around the world. Here, you'll enjoy various food from New orleans to Indian, French to Malaysia, Thai to Mexico.
Wan Chai is Hong Kong’s oldest and second most popular district for drinking and clubbing; it’s the less crowded, slightly down market version of Lan Kwai Fong.
Wan Chai has had a reputation for wild nightlife since the 1940s. After WW II, American soldiers from the Korea and Vietnam Wars came to Hong Kong for R & R leave, which boosted girlie bars and nightclubs and made Wai chai an infamous Red Light District in Hong Kong. Wai Chai today is somewhat tamed, compared to its early wild days; however, it is one of the best venues for night out. Its variety of pubs, nightclubs and hostess bars with live music and dancing can match any taste; you’ll find what you like here.
Adjacent Causeway Bay has a collection of cozy bars, lively pubs and karaoke bars. After a crazy shopping day in Causeway Bay Shopping district, here is a best place to unwind.
Along the Victoria Harbor, Tsim Sha Tsui is the hub of Kowloon’s nightlife and entertainment. Pubs, clubs, bistros and karaoke bars are mass in Tsim Sha Tsui and Tsim Sha Tsui East. Make your way to Knutsford Terrace, you’ll be offered plenty of choice to spend a night.
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