Do not miss the fun in the trendy district of Hong Kong, known for its vibrant nightlife. There's just a place that matches your mood: live music bars, pubs for locals, night clubs with a variety show, art cafes, discos, elite wine bars and many other places where you can have a great time. A fun starts in the moment when the "happy hour" strikes, i.e. special offer of liquor: two portions for the price of one or just a discount for a certain range. This is generally happen from 6 to 10 pm. In general, Hong Kong's nightlife is at its peak just after midnight.
Many bars and clubs in Hong Kong are open 24 hours a day, so you can have fun all night if you want. If it is not for you, then you can go, for example, in a bar with live sports broadcasts, and maybe more for your favorite team with the other visitors.
The most famous entertainment venues in Hong Kong are Wan Chai districts and Lan Kwai Fong. Located just a few minutes from the central district of Hong Kong, Wan Chai includes a variety of areas with bars and entertainment on several streets in the neighborhood of skyscrapers Immigration Tower, Hong Kong Exhibition Centre and Central Plaza.
At the time, the streets of Wan Chai earned a reputation as the place for lovers of beautiful fast life - and that's where it ended ignominiously lot of good and not so human. The area had a reputation as a paradise for dubious entertainment since 1940, but only after the Second World War, during the Korean and Vietnam Wars, when American soldiers began to come on holiday to Hong Kong, Wan Chai blossomed in the literal and figurative senses of the word. Bars and cabarets with the girls of easy virtue began to appear in the street Lockhart Road, like mushrooms after a rain, and the place became really famous in the whole of Asia.
Although from the wild days of modern Wan Chai lost some of its glory, however, the area is much more to keep the most frivolous spirit of the old days compared to the more "respectable» Lan Kwai Fong. In Wan Chai enough "bars with girls", pubs and bars in the British style, which was chosen by fans to drink from the well of immigrants from different countries, temporarily residing in Hong Kong and just random tourists. Institutions usually work until the last customer, and some even open 24 hours a day.
The epicenter of nightlife Wan Chai is a street crossing of Lockhart Road, Jaffe Road and Luard Road, where you'll find everything from ethnic Filipino bars with live music, usually beer or expensive wine bars to schools, which explicitly dressed girls attract passersby to come in and order suspiciously expensive drinks, watch strip and the like. This seems to be in high demand entertainment, that's why at peak population density of the area is more than three times higher than the figure for New York, and night revelers can explore it for very long. The main thing is - do not give anyone to lull your instinct and be cautious.
And here is a description of the most famous places where experts recommend the nightlife of Hong Kong:
"C Club" (Basement, Califonia Tower, 30-32 D'aguilar Street) is one of the trendiest and most popular clubs in the current Hong Kong to try to get tourists and celebrities from all over the world. Gorgeous unusual design, soft lighting in dark red, great selection of music in the style of house, R & B and dance latino enable and relax. After the dancing you can spend time in the bar with walls upholstered in fur, with comfortable couches, where visitors are offered a huge selection of cocktails and snacks.
"Dragon-I" (he Centrium, 60 Wyndham Street, Hong Kong Island) - cult club, which celebrates its tenth anniversary in 2012. Among visitors over the years have been seen Milla Jovovich, Mick Jagger, Jackie Chan and other celebrities. Fantastic interior, decorated with symbols of the Dragon, in red, white and black colors, with touches of Asian flavor - cells with live birds, silk lanterns, handmade wooden furniture. The club has a large dance floor where you can dance or enjoy a cocktail at the tables next to a bar with an extensive wine list, as well as a terrace with a stunning view of Hong Kong nightlife. It plays the best music and the best DJ's, and a night spent at the club, will be remembered for year.
"Volar" (Basement, 38-44 D'Aguilar St, Lan Kwai Fong) - one of the fashion centers of nightlife in the city, opened in 2004. It is known for its enchanting parties, futuristic design in silver and white and black colors, style and elegance. In the center of the room is a great bar with a bar, hang around and plasma dynamics, where the music is continuous in hip-hop. The club is popular among young people, ready to party until morning. Tickets must be booked and purchased in advance.
"Tribeca" (4 / F, Renaissance Harbour View Hotel, 1 Harbour Road). This "Asian brother" of the popular eponymous Club of New York is one of the largest in area (approximately 8,000 m2) entertainment in Hong Kong. The owner of the club is a legendary figure in the world of shows and parties - Silvio van, thanks to the efforts which the «Tribeca» is the embodiment and symbol of rampant nightlife. A huge eight-meter bar, covered with panels of natural amber and crystal, great dance floor, a fine selection of DJs and music. Here dominates modern electronic music, although occasionally invited and famous musicians. On Thursday - evening of salsa, girls enter for free. In the club there is a dress code.
"Club FLY" (G / F, 24-30 Ice House Street, Central). Modern interior with a predominance of glass and wood, decorated with flowers and greenery, creates a feeling of openness and airiness of the space. Large dance floor with a stunning neon welcome party until exhaustion. Sounding light music, high quality sound and lighting, sumptuous cocktails and snacks, famous and professional DJs - all this forms the image of the club as one of the most stylish and exciting nightlife of Hong Kong.