From its atmospheric SkyBar atop California Tower in bustling Lan Kwai Fong, the swish address boasts 360-degree views of the Central District and Victoria Harbour. The menu has enough quality to keep you satisfied for repeat visits, but the skilled and smartly dressed mixologists can also make you something special if you tell them your particulars. Although famous for being the largest gay venue in town, this long running club has started to welcome a more diverse crowd over the years, especially those who like their music loud and bedtimes late. The crowd is a nice mix of locals who like foreigners, expats and visitors, gays, lesbians and their friends. I have read a lot about Thailand, the Philippines and, on occasion, Singapore on here.
Lots of smiles all around. At Kansu Street and Jordan Road in Mongkok, Temple Street Night Market features row after row of brightly lit stalls selling a fantastic variety of cheap goods. At the end party in Hong Kong's trendiest nightlife area with restaurants, nightclubs and bars set along cobblestone lanes known as Lan Kwai Fong adds more joy to your tour. The main expat one is Wan Chai on Hong Kong island. This lane is full of exoticisms: There are restaurants and bars in European styles suffusion in this long and narrow street. So, you might want to be a bit careful about running into your colleagues from the office. All the while if budget is a concern then a choice of accommodation in Hong Kong becomes necessary as the disparity in terms of cost is extremely wide.
The Garage Bar in Mong Kok, at the , boasts an impressive range of local and international craft beer and is also a good bet if you want a bite to eat. Find the green doors with the curtains, knock and wait patiently for a member of staff to let you in. Ozone at the Ritz Carlton in West Kowloon is the highest bar in Hong Kong, but be sure to go on a clear night. Head to the top floor and behold , one of the coolest bars in town. This iconic sight is a bit of an obvious choice in terms of nightlife in Hong Kong, but one in which no first time visitor should miss out on. Slightly sleazy, but can be a lot of fun in a bachelor party type atmosphere.
Copyright © 2016 Globe Media Ltd. It takes 10 minutes or so to walk. While you're up there, rifle through the impressive wine list: the choice is vast and worldly. Must-Try Drink: To start the evening on a high note, try the Cleopatra Formosa. Hong Kong Disneyland is only a 20 min drive from Central Hong Kong. However, Hong Kong is virtually never mentioned.
Guests are invited to join for sit-down, lounge service where they can enjoy drinks and lighter fare from the Potato Head bar alongside the music programme. One of the other famous streets in Tsim Sha Tsui of Hong Kong is the Kimberley Street. The round-edged bar and banquettes add a sophisticated touch to the place while bright colour schemes liven up the overall feel. Knutsford Terrace is famous for characteristic bars and restaurants including Turkish, Russian, Spanish, Japanese and so on. But the prosperous atmosphere of Tsim Sha Tsui is different from the Nanjing Road of Shanghai.
Fortune-tellers congregate and do business at the Yau Ma Tei end of the street. Once infamous for being the seedy heart of Hong Kong Island, Wan Chai has shed much of its sleazy reputation. Interiors of the pub were made in in Ireland and shipped to Hong Kong. Admiralty has the beautiful and popular Hong Kong Park along with Bauhinia Square where people gather to watch the beautiful Hong Kong sunset. To enjoy the amazing skyline views of Hong Kong, Victoria Peak is the best spot; Lan Kwai Fong is the place where people accumulate in numbers as the area is filled with bars, cafes, restaurants and clubs. Phone- +44 852 2926 3868 Fax- +44 852 2730 3031 Pearl night- Exclusive buffet dinner and live band experience on ferry boat that sails around the Victoria Harbour. Well, there are about 15 or so of these bars all crammed along a relatively short stretch of Lockhart Road.
Juxtaposed with panoramic views, an edgy industrial-chic vibe featuring locally painted murals and street art adds to the appeal. Whereas Lan Kwai Fong has more of a party vibe, SoHo attracts an expat crowd that is more refined. The city is at its most spectacular when the sun goes down, and the skyscrapers begin to illuminate the harbour, whilst pubs, clubs and night markets draw in thousands every night of the week. Proving that the Southside can do great vistas too, Above sits quite literally above hotel. Light and refreshing, it immediately hits the spot. The rest of the barfine goes to the mamasans who do, in fairness, have to pay the insane rent for their premises. The furnishings, meanwhile, are straight out of Elle Decor and demand appreciation for their style and easy elegance.
This is a huge amount for a girl whose family is so poor that she has to prostitute herself to support them. The Fringe Club Bar is where the alternative arts crowd gathers for drinks and discussion. Turn left and walk along Nathan Rd to the junction with Austin Rd. It's been serving up pints of mild and bitter to homesick expats since the ninties and it remains a resting place for the homesick. A spectacular harbor view from the ocean-liner level is the main attraction of the bar. Gets packed by midnight on Fri night and on Sat night the crowd spills out onto the street. Whether the intention of your trip is business or pleasure, Hong Kong has a host of hot spots where you can let loose and have fun.
Wood-panelled and sound-insulated, the space has been designed to provide the best audiophile listening space in the city, with a vintage high fidelity sound system installed into the walls. And, with one of the best wine lists in town and a great cocktail programme, the menu is almost as impressive as the view. Lan Kwai Fong is dominated by white collar workers and foreigners. Hong Kong Lan Kwai Fong The names and furnishings of dining places in this unique cultural district are all westernized. The bars have simple décor, a bar, bar stools, and a bar cabinet with all kinds of beer and drinks. If you love inventive cocktails and a sophisticated vibe, Quinary is the place to drink in Hong Kong.
However, there are a few New Territories which lies North of Kowloon that encompasses the beautiful and vibrant districts such as Tsim Sha Tsui and Causeway Bay among others. Showcasing affordable, luxurious getaways for the budget conscious! It really would be cheaper to fly to the Philippines and check out the gogo bars there. You can also visit to Lamma Fisherfolk's Village to learn all about Hong Kong's marine fish culture and fishing industry. There are more colorful neon lights shining in streets and more stalls and booths along streets. Audiophile Music Room One of the most unique spaces inside Potato Head Hong Kong is the music room, an intimate listening space hidden away within the property. Back on land, the tour takes you to Victoria Peak to enjoy the stunning views of the Harbour. First off, the gogo bars are incredibly expensive.