Though your days spent in Hong Kong may consist of shopping, sightseeing and exploring its many fantastic neighbourhoods, your nights should certainly be spent enjoying the city’s vibrant and oh-so-alluring nightlife. From your classic casual pubs to luxury night cruises over the Victoria Harbour and everything in between, it is safe to say that this part of China certainly knows what they are doing when it comes to providing nighttime entertainment options. If you are heading there soon, be sure not to miss out on the following best nightlife spots.

Kowloon

Straight across the bay boasting unbeatable views of the city skyline, you simply cannot go wrong in making a trek to Kowloon to enjoy its great nightlife. Known for its many rooftop bars, check out these two top spots…

Eyebar

Undoubtedly one of the most popular rooftop bars in mainland Hong Kong, Eyebar occupies the 30th floor of the iSquare building and presents its guests with not only spectacular views but also a sense of style and class throughout its every square meter. Enjoy sophisticated cocktails and a lovely atmosphere while at Eyebar.

Rating – 4 stars on TripAdvisor

Price – Expect to pay around HK$80 per drink

Aqua Luna Cruise

Lasting for a solid 45 minutes, you’ll find yourself on board a traditional Chinese junk boat taking in the breathtaking views of the city as you cruise around Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour. Sip on your complimentary cocktail while relaxing in surprisingly comfy seats as you soak up the bright light and watch the world pass you by.

Rating – 4.5 stars on TripAdvisor

Pricing – Expect to pay anywhere from HK$195-285

Tsim Sha Tsui

If your idea of a night out on the town means staying out until the wee hours of the morning, Tsim Sha Tsui may just become your favorite Hong Kong hot spot. Get ready for a night of fun and entertainment at the following two top spots…

Dada Bar & Lounge

The perfect twist on your ordinary jazz bar, Dada is far from typical. A laid back yet extremely sexy vibe to it will have you feeling right at home with a good drink in hand to start off your night in Tsim Sha Tsui. This spot is a must!

Rating – 4.2 stars on TripAdvisor

Price – Expect to pay around HK$95 per drink

Castro’s

An extremely laid back and inviting atmosphere will have you settling in at Castro’s before you even take a sip of that first drink. Easy to find and suggested by many travelers who are looking to start the night off easy with good drinks, good music, and even better people watching.

Rating – 4.5 stars on TripAdvisor

Pricing – Expect to pay anywhere from HK$45-85

START THE NIGHT OFF EASY WITH GOOD DRINKS, GOOD MUSIC AND EVEN BETTER PEOPLE WATCHING

Hong Kong Island

Pole dancing shows, theme bars, and entertainment zones galore, Hong Kong Island is nothing short of crazy when it comes to its nightlife. The choices are definitely far from few. However, these following two spots should be at the top of your list…

Sevva Rooftop Bar

With modern features from entrance to exit along with 360-degree views of the city below, Sevva Rooftop Bar emits style in every possible way. Located in a convenient location in Central District, it is easy to find but very difficult to leave once you arrive and taste some of the award-winning signature cocktails available.

Rating – 4 stars on TripAdvisor

Price – Expect to pay HK$135 per drink

Bungalow Club

One of the top nightclubs in all of Hong Kong, this is definitely a bucket list worthy spot. With a mixed crowd of young travelers, expats, and major fashionistas, you’ll find just about every type of clubber here. International DJ’s, private seating areas, and a fantastic dance floor all add to the well-deserved hype of this place.

Rating – 4 stars on TripAdvisor

Price – Expect to pay HK$105 per drink

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