1/5 is perfect when you still kinda wanna go out but you want something low key. Excellent wine list...try the African red blends - superb! The subtle backlighting and openness of the space is a more than welcome reprieve to the cramped hustle and bustle that is hong kong. no room for dancing at this joint. just stretch back and relax while letting the dj wind your day down.
Dress Code: Relaxed.
This is a great club! The funny thing is, during the day, you hardly know its there! But at night, when the neon lights of Nathan Rd come on, you know. I went with an American guy I met on a tour and we had a blast. You enter and pay cover $10HK i think and then take an elevator (up?) to the club. There are karaoke rooms all around the perimeter and a massive room with dance floor, tables, stage, bar, and 4 DJs. The bartenders, waitresses, and all the patrons were extremely nice, as were the DJs. My advice: only go if you like dancing, and heaps of techno music. I think the DJs remixed just about every song i've ever heard! One of the best nights of my life. Another tip: find someone else to go with!
Dress Code: I didn't see any dress code, but then again, youngsters in Hong Kong don't dress like North Americans. They don't have the hip hop influence like we have, therefore, no need to have a dress code that doesn't allow bandanas or ripped jeans or jerseys. I think the dress was casual, maybe a few hats. You judge by the photo!
It is a must that you make friends with someone who has been or lives in Hong Kong, when it's time to put on those dancing shoes, the hotel club/bars are nothing compared to the underground places.
We ended up in a penthouse full of people from all over the world who wanted to just have an unforgettable night.
To get there we went, in a building, out the back, down an alley way, up some stairs, into a building up the elevator, walked down a hallway, then up another elevator, to a penthouse club with amazing views.
I would have never found this on my own.
Dress Code: Always dress up!
This bar is IT! It is removed from the touristy Lan Kwai Fong. It is like a mirror - if you feel friendly and chatty, the place can't be beat. If you want to chill on the couches, no one will bother you.
Decor is cool, a wall of liquor behind glass walls. DJs are ultracool. Staff is genuine and fun. Get on their good side and you can party with them til 6AM after their shift.
They host awesome parties with awesome crowds. Very international and trendy crowd. Start dancing with random strangers and make friends!
Dress Code: Don't try too hard - but going with all black never hurts!
Found this place tucked above the general Lan Kwai Fong district. Very international crowd. Well-heeled locals and those in the entertainment industry. You'll find many in their 20's, people traveling from Australia, expats from the UK.
Dress Code: Because of its popularity - dressing well is a requisite. But getting there early also does the trick.
Local Bar - they play drinking games and sell beer in bottles by the bucket allow you to get pissed and take over the Kareoke with a smile. No rip offs just nice friendly locals of all ages, s.orientation and drunkeness. Also two for 1 on most cocktails all with honest measures and no water.
Dress Code: None wear what you like
If you are invited for a free drink in a night club around Wan Chai and Causeway Bay, don't.
Inside you'll find several girls eager to talk with you while you buy them drinks. "Girl drinks" costs between 200 and 500 HKD while your beer is just 30 HKD.
BBoss is considered a Japanese-style business night club, with live music, Las-Vegas style shows, and many friendly girls. We ended up here at the end of one night in Hong Kong and ended up watching a live Filipino singer and talking to a few of the girls who worked here. The drinks are very expensive, but this is a very nice place and not a bad spot to end a night out.
Dress Code: Wear nice clothes, but they won't kick you out if you arrive in blue jeans and have money to spend.
Wed : Ladies Nite,all nite !!
w/DJ DARYLL (9-2) + YEODIE (2-5)
Mon-Sat: Happy Hour (4-9)
Sun : Closed
Dress Code: JUST DON'T LOOK LIKE A COMPLETE MUPPET !!
Vigi, vividvivian, Joyce_HK and myself met for a mini VT meeting along with the guest of honor Baton West
Lan Kwai Fong is about 2 or 3 blocks up in the mid levels of the central district with every imaginable type of Bar or Restaurant.
Dress Code: Depends on venue, but casual for the most part.
You really have to visit Ned Kellys . Local Bar With friendly people from all over the world . It in in Kalwoon around the corner Peninsula Hotel. I just love Hong kong
Dress Code: None come as you are
but if you don't like TOO many people,you can go to Knutsford Terrace!!
Try out the bars in the inner city... Most of them aren't typical Chinese, but they're worth to meet people from everywhere and to spend a good time...
Dress Code: Mostly a bit more stylish...
Mikado Club was my favorite nightclub ,but I heard it had burnt down
That is where my friends and i would always seem to wind up before returning to the ship