Hong Kong Nightlife

Whether you’re looking for a dive bar, swanky lounge, or all-hours nightclub, we’ve got you covered.

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The Flying Pan

  • Cafes–Nightlife

Nix that looming hangover with a greasy fry-up before you hit the sack. The Flying Pan is a popular 24-hour diner, equally busy at 3...

The Keg

  • Bars/Pubs

As the name implies, beer and more beer is the beverage of choice at this small pub. It's designed to resemble the inside of a keg, with...

ToTT's and Roof Terrace

  • Bars/Pubs

Also known as Talk of the Town, this restaurant and bar takes up the 34th floor of one of Hong Kong's legendary hotels. Today, it's best...

Tsui Wah

  • Cafes–Nightlife

While locals head to the three-story Tsui Wah at any time of the day, the late-night crowds are the happiest. Service is quick and there's...

Varga Lounge

  • Bars/Pubs

Named after the Peruvian painter of pinup girls, this is a colorful, eclectic little spot for a cocktail. Large groups can take over...


  • Dance Clubs

By midnight the line outside this club is more like a scrimmage. The maze of low-ceilinged basement rooms hosts a young, hip crowd and...

Volume Beat

  • Bars/Pubs

A friendly, mixed crowd of gays, lesbians, and their friends enjoys this club's free admission and open-door policy. New Arrivals Wednesdays...


  • Bars/Pubs

This fashionable space is in keeping with the hotel's chic and fun aesthetic. Wednesday nights you can opt for free-flowing wine and...


  • Bars/Pubs

This sleek rooftop bar, named after the Australian aboriginal word for "young male kangaroo," provides a respite from the Wan Chai crowds.


  • Dance Clubs

Around for more than a decade, dragon-i has lost none of its popularity, which is rare for a nightclub in Hong Kong. Have a drink on...


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