Nightclubs and bars in Hong Kong

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    Wan Chai Bier Keller: Longing for Germany

    by Eurasian68 Written Jan 8, 2006

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    For those who miss Germany, this is the right place to be! Good German cuisine for reasonable prices, with German Pop Songs in the background, makes you feel "at home" (at least for those who comes from the south).

    Prices for beer is also under average, best deal: 5 Liter bier for only HK$268 !

    Dress Code: Lederhose is not necessary *hehe*

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    Carnegie's: Go Dancing!

    by Eurasian68 Updated Jan 8, 2006

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    Carnegie's is perhaps the only bar where you can dance the night away.

    On Wednesdays Germans expats meet up here regulary at 8pm. Free Champange for the LADIES!

    Thursdays special: Long Island Iced Tea for just HK$25.00 !

    Dance the night away!
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    Carnegies: Dance floor on the Bar in Wanchai?!?

    by Tripack Updated May 19, 2005

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    If you like to dance on the bar, it is the place to be! Let's go for a big night ;-)

    I went there on Thursday night, a DJ mixed some good music and the athmosphere was friendly and very partying...

    Every night is a good night, some examples of promotion to save your money but not your liver...:

    Tuesday from 10-11pm.
    FREE Vodka + Mixer for everyone.
    No catch. As much as you want.

    Wednesday from 9pm
    Ladies Night
    Now Ladies can enjoy both FREE Champagne AND Smirnoff Ice on Ladies Night. All night until close.

    Thursday
    All Cocktails are only $29 all night from 9pm.

    Sunday
    All day and all night, Corona is only $19.

    Dress Code: Non-skid shoes for dance floor on the bar ;-)

    Find your way...
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    Felix at The Peninsula Hotel: Bar and bathroom with unique view...

    by Tripack Written May 18, 2005

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    You will meet lot of tourists at Felix bar. The athmosphere was not as good as the view, only one big table to sit around. The deco is original (designed by Philippe Starck). My surprise was the toilets witn an unique view (don't be shy for the neighbours) and the very obliging "dame pipi" (don't forget the tip) it is worth the trip.

    But I would definitely recommend you the Aqua Spirit bar just next door for a better intimate athmosphere and real warm-up bar...

    Blury view from the pipi room
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    Aqua Spirit: Top bar in Kowloon

    by Tripack Updated May 18, 2005

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    Good spot to start the night given by a Swiss airline pilot...

    Ready for a take-off? Go inside the elevator, press on the penthouse floor and at your arrival you will welcome by two charming marmaid. Make your choice between two fine restaurants : Aqua Roma or Aqua Tokyo.
    Then why not to have a tastefull cocktail on the Aqua Spirit bar (not only aqua (water) is serve there;-) and enjoy the breathtaking view on Honk-Kong Island or Kowloon in your comfortable seat...

    Question for night bar expert: I think this place is better than Felix bar at Peninsula Hotel. Tell me your impression/review.

    Dress Code: Smart casual

    Reflection in Aqua Spirit
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    Neon Lights Neon Lights Everywhere

    by xuessium Written May 7, 2005

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    Take a stroll along any major streets (especially Nathan Street) at night and marvel at the galaxy of neon lights that seems to extend endlessly into the horizon and feel the vibe of the throngs of people crowding what is possibly the most densest place on Earth.

    BrightCityStreets@HK
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    "No Name" Bar: Soho

    by my_sansan Updated May 3, 2005

    This Place, is a small bar on Staunton Road in Soho, that doesn't even have a name. From the outside you only will see curtain covered windows. But when u step inside this cozy little place u while make a time travel about 80 years back from now. The place is completly decorated in the style of the beginning 1900s, with loads of old pictures on the wall. The matching music completes the timetravel. The growd is a nice mixture of all kinds of different people. And by the way they are serving the best strawberry daiquiry ever.

    Dress Code: There is no special dresscode requiered, but I believe it would be inappropriate to show up there in sandals and shorts. (Like in any other bar)

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    RED Bar + Restaurant: Rooftop Harbour View

    by vigi Written Feb 1, 2005

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    IFC is the new hang out place for the rich and famous. The best part about RED is the rooftop podium with 260 degree view overlooking Victoria Harbour. The podium filled with outdoor gas heater, so you won’t feel the cold in a windy chilly night. This cosmopolitan bar is quiet and good for chill out. If you want something to bite with the drinks, the RED sampler (HK$228) with 9 surprises from the chef will be your best bet. Standard drinks at HK$50-60.

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    Avenue of Stars: Fabulous views

    by ahoerner Written Dec 9, 2004

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    Avenue of Stars is the local version of the famous Walk of Fame.

    It is also the meeting point of many tourists that wish to appreciate the breathtaking views of the Hong Kong Island and skyline in the evening...

    Perla and the Avenu of Stars with HK as background
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    Club Ing: Every Thurseday: free for ladies

    by kleintje_ng Written Oct 25, 2004

    Trendy club located in a grand hotel in WanChai. This club has three sections, a. house/trance b. HipHop R&B c. Kareoke lounge.
    Tip: Every Thurseday night= Ladies night. Free entrance and free drink all night long!

    Dress Code: No sneakers.

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    Club Ing: Every Thurseday: free for ladies

    by kleintje_ng Written Oct 25, 2004

    Trendy club located in a grand hotel in WanChai. This club has three sections, a. house/trance b. HipHop R&B c. Kareoke lounge.
    Tip: Every Thurseday night= Ladies night. Free entrance and free drink all night long!

    Dress Code: No sneakers.

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    Mes Amis -- Wanchai

    by Ewingjr98 Updated Oct 8, 2004

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    Mes Amis is a great spot in Wanchai to relax with a beer and watch the people go by. It is a large, clean bar with several seats along the window facing the street. The window was open, so we chatted with a few people as they walked by -- including a homeless guy who stopped to ask for money. Tsing Tao beer here was HK$49 per bottle, HK$3 more than at the Kowloon Mes Amis!

    Dress Code: casual

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    Kowloon Area

    by Ewingjr98 Updated Oct 7, 2004

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    Kowloon is a famous and popular area for nightlife. It has an abundance of bars of all types. We found a few good spots such as a newer bar called Mes Amis, but overall we were disappointed with this area. It seemed like every other bar was a "hostess" bar full of Filipina girls wanting expensive drinks. The other bars in this area we tried were all pretty old and run down. After trying four or five spots over the course of a few hours, we moved on to other areas of the city.

    Dress Code: very casual

    Canton Road in Kowloon

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    Fair Lady & other "Comfort Bars" -- Kowloon

    by Ewingjr98 Updated Oct 4, 2004

    We stopped by the Fair Lady bar when a hawker on the street told us they had beers for HK$19. We figured that was a pretty good price, so we went down the stairs and inside this run-down bar full of women and pink lights. When we sat down at the bar, a lady immediately started dancing on a small stage behind the bar. I ordered a beer and DW ordered a Jack and Coke... the Jack and Coke was HK$88 and they tried to charge the same for my beer until I argued that the person outside told me HK$19. They reluctantly charged me the lower amount.

    Next things got a little more interesting. The dancing ladies were all either Thai or Filipina. Two of them sat down with us and began casual conversation... next thing they asked for a drink. I asked the bartender how much and she told me HK$220 (US$27.50)! Finally getting a better idea of what was up, we declined their offer for drinks, finished our own drinks, and made our way to the door.

    Hong Kong is full of many such "Comfort" or "Ladies" bars that offer conversation or more (?) in exchange for expensive drinks. The women are almost exclusively Thai and Filipina. These places are not worth your money, unless you are a rich man with a wallet bigger than your brain...

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    Felix bar at the Peninsula: A drink with a view

    by shobhanaj Written Jul 23, 2004

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    Have a drink at the Felix Bar in The Peninsula hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui. It is located on the top most floor and offers great views of the Victoria harbour and of the skyline of Hong Kong island. There is also a restaurant and makes for a wonderful romantic meal.

    Dress Code: Dress well. Hong Kong generally dresses down - even at operas you see T-shirts with jeans and a backpack. However, check before going in here. They sometimes are shut for private parties as well.

    Enjoy!
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