Night Life

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Lan Kwai Fong - Hong Kong's Party Central:

Located in the heart of Central. Lan Kwai Fong has become the home of the Hong Kong party and features a den of streets packed with bars, clubs and restaurants. Establishments run the gamut from spit and sawdust joints to chic wine bars and it's here that you'll find most of Hong Kong's more upmarket drinking spots. At the weekends the place bulges with expats and tourists who spill out onto the surrounding streets and the buzz is irresistible. Nightlife kicks into gear at around 9pm and carries on well into the morning. Together with SOHO district, providing wide range of dining and clubing choose to you.

Wan Chai - Hong Kong's Oldest Pubs

Modern-day Wan Chai is somewhat tamed since its earlier wild days but nevertheless the area retains a far more down-to-earth feel to it than Lan Kwai Fong and with a fair few girlie bars still around, the seediness has not completely subsided. The area is home to a several British-style pubs, and bars, which are inhabited by a more serious drinking crowd of expats than Lan Kwai Fong. Bars here close when you leave, with several serving 24 hours a day.

Knutsford Terrace - Where the Locals and Expats Mix:

If you're looking for something a little more local then you'll have to venture off Hong Kong Island and its well worth the visit. Knutsford Terrace in Tsim Sha Tsui is a strip of bars and restaurants which offer a more diverse mix of locals, expats and tourists, while still delivering plenty of choice on the bar front, meaning Knutsford has all the ingredients of a good night Most of the bars here are packed out a little earlier than Lan Kwai Fong and Wan Chai, from 8pm onwards; they also wind up a little earlier, around 12am. One of the added bonuses of Knutsford is that almost all the establishments have an al fresco option. .