Nightclubs and bars in Hong Kong

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    SOHO

    by ancient_traveler Written Mar 25, 2008

    This lively dining district takes its name from its location, South of Hollywood Road. Shelley Street, Elgin Street, Peel Street, Staunton Street and Old Bailey street, within this area you will find great food, coffee shop an d funky bars

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    Knutsford Terrace: Kowloon's Lan Kwai Fong

    by yatingchen Written Jan 4, 2008

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    Knutsford Terrace is a hill located on Kimbery Street. Its peaceful street full of various kinds of exotic restaurants: Italian, Spanien, Russian, British... If you stay in Kowloon, Knutsford terrace is good choice to kill your night time.

    Dress Code: Casual and easy

    Knutsford Terrace
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    Intercontinental Hotel: Amazing night views

    by Gypsystravels Updated Jun 25, 2007

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    I think that everyone should make their way to this hotel for the fantastic views. We decided to stop here before dinner and order a few drinks. We ordered some Champagne to start the evening celebrations

    We enjoyed our Champagne in the wonderful dining area with views of the fantastic night show. The open area and the wonderful ambiance is enough to make you want to spend the whole evening drinking here and skipping dinner.

    They also offer a large variety of appetizers with your drink if you are so inclined to nosh and skip dinner.

    The spectacular lounge at the Intercontinental

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    Red Bar & Restaurant: A Lounge with a view-a hidden spot!

    by aliyaS Written Apr 15, 2007

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    At RED Bar & Restaurant, you can enjoy one of the most breath-taking views of Victoria Harbor. Situated on top of ifc’s spacious outdoor podium their large al fresco-dining terrace is truly one of the most romantic settings that habitually allure’s the gorgeous people of Hong Kong in droves. A popular dining hotspot for yoga fanatics and beautiful models during the day and by night this sleek chameleon of a restaurant seamlessly transforms in to a beautiful lounge. A perfect venue for romantic dinners, and intimate gatherings with friends

    Dress Code: Casual but, you probably don't want to be too under dressed. Dress to impress.

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    SoHo: SoHo Night Life

    by Annette98 Written Jan 18, 2007

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    Although many visitors to Hong Kong flock to Lan Kwai Fong and WanChai for exiting night life, the bars and restaurants off of the escalator in SoHo should not be missed. There is an astounding variety of cuisines to choose from, from Chinese, Thai and Indian to Italian, Cuban, Mexican and even Ukrainian. There are bars and restaurants mixed together in very close proximity.

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    Lightshow along Victoria Harbour

    by pamychan Written Dec 22, 2006

    Every night at 8pm, the Victoria Harbour will be lit up in a large scale lights and sounds show. Buildings along both (Kowloon and HK island) sides of the harbour will be lit up in colourful lights and lasers which dance to the music. Certain festivals and special dates like Christmas and New Year, there will be fireworks accompanying the show as well. The area around the avenue of the stars is a good area to watch the show. Behind the cultural museum, there is also a sitting area where u can view the show without people walking or standing in front of you.

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    Hart Street & Minden Street Bars -- Kowloon

    by Ewingjr98 Updated Nov 13, 2006

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    Wandering around Kowloon looking for a good place to grab a drink, you might end up on Hart Street. We had a drink at the CQ-Bar, and we peeked in a few others such as the Swiss Chalet and the Commander's Bar. All were pretty dead and definitely are not worth a visit. One place we stopped that was actually very busy was a gambling establishment where people were betting on horses and playing dice.

    After a little wandering, we got bored and headed straight to Lan Kwai Fong for the real nightlife! Another spot that is a better option is Wanchai.

    CQ Bar

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    Wanchai Area

    by Ewingjr98 Updated Nov 13, 2006

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    Though Wanchai has a somewhat shady reputation, it was our favorite nightlife area in Hong Kong. We found a few great spots in Wanchai like a second branch of Mes Amis and a dance club called Joe Bananas. This area does have its share of hostess bars and other seedy joints, but these can be easily avoided. Highly recommended!

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    Delaneys: Eng Prem League Games In An Irish Bar In Kowloon

    by 43beckos Written Nov 3, 2006

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    Wherever you are in the world, all Irish Bars look the same, and to be fair this is no exception.

    This was a great place to sit back with our first beers in Hong Kong and watch the English Premier League games ( unfortunately Liverpool were beaten by Bolton but it did'nt spoil the holiday too much).

    The bar food here was great, with a platter of Crab cakes and Lamb Kebabs the ideal accomp to the beers and wines on offer.

    We enjoyed the laid back atmosphere here so much we actually returned at the end of the evening for a nightcap.

    Dress Code: None at all, come as you are

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    Double decker bus: Night bus/ ferry ride

    by elainetph Updated Oct 20, 2006

    After coming down from The Peak by tram, we were easily ascend up a double decker bus with open roof top. Most of the tourists will choose the upper deck then the lower deck. This bus will drive you through from tram station to the ferry station. Along the way, you can see many high rise, nice lighted design buildings, in the central district...... with the wind blowing pass your face...very nice experience....
    When it come to a stop at the ferry station, you will automatically board the ferry, it takes you to the Tsim Sha Tsui, from here you can stroll to Harbour Front. Beautifully night scene from both the Hong Kong Island & Kowloon takes you into another romantic atmosphere, before reaching the harbour.
    Walk along towards TST, you'll pass by the 6 star 'Peninsular Hotel', had a cup of coffee & rest your tired feet before continue your way to the Harbour Front.
    At the Avenue of Stars, you can find hand/ foot print of your favourite HK drama/ movie Stars, like Jacky Chan, Andy Lau......

    Dress Code: It is windy at the Harbour Front, so bring along a wind breaker for those who easily get cold & kids.
    Summer in June, its in the Monsoon period, it rains on off almost every day (sometimes depend your luck, it may have sunny days before it started to drizzer again). Weather is cooling if it rains that day.

    Double Decker, open rooftop bus ride

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    sails back and forth in Victoria Harbour: Aqua Luna sucks (ship of Horror)

    by anilegna Written Sep 19, 2006

    I have always really enjoyed the Aqua restaurants in Hong Kong, from Water Margin to Aqua to Hutong to Wasabisabi and Shui Hu Ju

    As a frequent traveler, event planner and always up for new experiences, was very excited when I found out about Aqua Luna, a renovated Chinese junk that sails around HK's Victoria Harbour. In fact last week I promised my company that I would check out Aqua Luna, and hopefully plan some company or client events on the boat

    Unfortunately tonight I experienced for the first time, a very unpleasant experience with the Aqua restaurant group.

    My sister is visiting on a short trip from the States to celebrate her 30th birthday with us and is leaving tomorrow. To have a little surprise for her before our dinner tonight, I booked a few days ago 4 seats on Aqua Luna for the 6:45 pm trip. Imagine my own “surprise” when I got a phone call today at 5:45 pm from Aqua Luna to say that our booking has been cancelled as there was a last minute booking for 40 people on the boat for a private party. At first I was just shocked and amazed, if I booked a table at Aqua's for 4, I could not imagine getting bumped off last minute coz 40 people booked last minute after me?!

    the only happy ending to this story is that sis is very easy going so we found something else to do (drinks at the Red Bar --beautiful laidback outdoor area at the IFC) and then dinner

    avoid the ship of horror! (or at least horrible service!)

    Dress Code: none

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    Aqua Luna: Aqua Luna

    by e_boc Updated Jul 10, 2006

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    Aqua Luna is a 28-metre traditional three sail Chinese junk conceived, designed and
    painstakingly hand built over a period of 18 months by an 80 year old master craftsman, using traditional Chinese boat building methods which have now all but died out in Hong Kong.

    The first 45 minute service starts daily at 1:35pm.
    Eight daily sailings will be offered seven days a week.
    Price per person: HK$150 (day); HK$180 (evening).
    Includes a beverage.

    Aqua Luna is outfitted with a full bar and cocktail lounge.
    Meals can be arranged for private charters and corporate functions
    through any of the group’s six restaurants.

    Dress Code: None

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    Lockhart Road: Street of Bars

    by DJ_Rolo Written Jan 24, 2006

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    Lockhart Road has another little section filled with bars and restaurants. its a really cool spot. I believe this is in the Wanchai district of Hong Kong. At night, on the weekend this street was pretty crowded. Many people were going from one bar to another. there were a few bars that i thought were pretty chill, one was Coyote, but i dont remember the names of the others. If you feel like grabbing a drink and just chillin this is a great place to go.

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    The Wanch: Rock Music

    by Eurasian68 Written Jan 8, 2006

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    A MUST for those who loves or needs Live (Rock) Music to party!

    A different band plays everyday.

    Wednesdays Specials: Open Mic Night - everyone can grab an instrument to play!

    Happy Hour: Daily from 6pm - 7pm

    We will ROCK YOU!
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    Venue: After Midnight

    by Eurasian68 Written Jan 8, 2006

    One of the most popular bars in the Wan Chai District.

    The party is best AFTER midnight!

    Dancing to the rythems of Hip Hop (especially Old Skool).

    Daily Happy Hour : 5pm - 9pm.

    Thursdays Specials: Live Music!

    Party Party Party
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