Newcomer’s guide to nightlife in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a city of many wonders. It will suit the needs of people of every age, race, gender, and religion. It offers museums to those who are into history and galleries for those who are into the art culture. There are many entertainment facilities, parks, and stadiums. You can spend years exploring it and you still won’t get bored. Food is delicious, bars are everywhere and you can meet people from all over the world. However, one thing this city is famous for is the nightlife in Hong Kong.

Lan Kwai Fong and SoHo are a treat of nightlife in Hong Kong

The moment your local moving company Hong Kong finishes your relocation you should check out this area. Lan Kwai Fong and Soho are often filled with local people wearing the latest fashion clothes and tourists trying to find a nice place to hang out at attractive drinking dens, bars, clubs, and restaurants. Both of these nightlife areas are located in Central Hong Kong and are easily accessible via any kind of public transportation, from buses to trams. Lan Kwai Fong is full of people every single evening and gets extra attractive on festival days and New Year’s Eve for those who live nightlife in Hong Kong. Here some of the nightclubs you can visit:

  • Volar Club
  • CÉ LA VI Hong Kong
  • Play club

SoHo is around Hollywood Road. It surrounds Lan Kwai Fong and is known for its pubs and bars (but still a more relaxed atmosphere), as well as for the famous world’s longest outdoor escalator (or at least one of the longest).

Two fishing boats outside the Hong Kong harbour
Hong Kong is famous for being the city of business but make no mistake, the nightlife in Hong Kong is also splendid.

Rooftop bars will be a totally new experience

Make your moving day in Hong Kong well planned, so you can have the energy to see some nice rooftop bars. Enjoy the best view of cities futuristic skyline and the view over the South China Sea from Hong Kong’s many rooftop restaurants, lounges, and bars. If you want to find some sophisticated atmosphere and exclusive cocktails, check out OZONE. This gem of nightlife in Hong Kong is located on the 118th floor at The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong.

A place called Aqua provides some unforgettable views, while Eyebar overlooks the city’s skyline and port from the 30th floor of the iSquare building.

Light Show – Symphony of Lights

Once you’ve settled with your moving company HK, take a break by visiting this place. Hong Kong’s Symphony of Lights is a permanent light show and it’s one of the biggest in the world. The sight is iconic and it’s an obvious choice on this list in terms of nightlife in Hong Kong. Do what you can to see it because it will stay in your memory forever.

Victoria Harbour is already stunning in its beauty. This gem of nightlife in Hong Kong is lit up with lights from 50 main buildings on all sides. Go straight to Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade or Golden Bauhinia Square at 9 pm for the best vantage point in the city. If you are leaving Hong Kong after college, this is the best place to visit for a nice goodbye.

A tall, modern building in Hong Kong during night
Visit Symphony of Lights for an unforgettable light and sound experience.

Wan Chai

Wan Chai’s nightlife vibe is more down-to-earth compared to Lan Kwai Fong. However, it can still get pretty dynamic with late-night parties. Located on Hong Kong Island (which is pretty close to Central), the intersections of Lockhart Road, Jaffe Road, and Luard Road are the heart of Wan Chai’s nightlife.

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