Hong Kong is the busiest at night and famous partying central for tourists and visitors from all around the world.
Hong Kong city provides a vibrant nightlife. Do not fight the temptation to join the party. Many things to do in the night time in this city such as: take a luxurious overnight cruise over Victoria Harbor; come to visit pubs, bars, nightclubs; or stroll in the bubbling streets with the locals. We would like to introduce you a colorful Hong Kong City at night by some intertaiment places:
At night, Hong Kong is fascinating everywhere, the streets, the building, the lights, the sea are all attracting people from all over the world. Therefore, it would absolutely a great experience for taking a night cruise around the city of Hong Kong. China Highlights provides several well-designed Hong Kong night tours for our customers to enjoy the charm of Hong Kong and its gorgeous night scenes.
Pubs and Bars
Most bars and pubs are mass in east Tsim Sha Tsui, Lan Kwai Fong and Wan Chai. Among them, Lan Kwai Fong has become the icon of Hong Kong nightlife. The trendiest nightlife area of Hong Kong includes a bustling array of restaurants, eateries, pubs and bars, etc. Beer, alcohol and wine from a myriad of countries could be enjoyed here accompanied by chess, dart and music band. Locals come here for relaxing and socializing while tourists sample the unique and delightful Hong Kong’s nightlife. These pubs and bars come in two flavors: western and Chinese. Western nightclub or cabarets cater to foreigners and tourists. Chinese nightclubs are adapted versions for the Chinese. The entertainment and dining package is suitable for both business and family occasions. Performance includes singing, acrobat, folk dances and Cantonese Opera.
Nightclubs come in two flavors: western or Chinese. Western nightclub or cabarets cater to foreigners and visitors. Chinese nightclubs are adapted versions for the Chinese. The entertainment and dining package is suitable for both business and family occasions. Performance includes singing, acrobat, folk dances and Cantonese Opera.
Discos are popular among young people with its trendy designs, lights and music. They are in big hotels around Tsim Sha Tsui, Wan Chai and Central.
Drinking and Smoking
Drinking alcohol is not as integral to nightlife in Hong Kong as it is in many other countries. The legal drinking age is 18, and this is strictly enforced. If you want to opt for a non-alcoholic drink, the favorite is the Yuenyeung, a blend of tea and coffee and a popular late-night energy booster.
Hong Kong’s strict anti-smoking law prohibits smoking in all public spaces. However, many restaurants and nightclubs have smoking terraces to save you the hassle of having to leave the building in order to light up. Although smoking is not as widespread in Hong Kong as, for example, in neighboring China, the average citizen still has a relaxed attitude towards it.