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Nightlife in Hong Kong

 
 

Pictured; Karaoke is a favorite in Hong Kong

 
 
 
 

If you are the partier person Hong Kong Island is the place to be, there are many bars discos and night clubs in the Lan Kwai Fong and Wan Chai areas.

Lan Kwai Fong's street are almost lined with bars and restaurants that have been popular with westerners for years. One bar renowned for plenty of expat British clientele is the English style pub "Mad Dogs". In fact there are several theme bars around Lan Kwai Fong, like the German "Schnurrbart" and the "Californian" in the "Californian Entertainment Complex".

Wan Chai was once a seedy red light district of Hong Kong, today there still are a few questionable venues that have strippers and the like. Generally these places are a rip off and its not uncommon for someone to pay more than 10 times what they expected for a beer, even a conversation with a topless barmaid at a hostess club can empty your wallet quickly. There are plenty of decent bars and restaurants in the Wan Chai area like the Irish style "Delaneys" the Tudor style "Horse and Groom", "Royal Arms" and "Horse and Carriage".

Causeway Bay on Hong Kong Island also has a a good nightlife scene that is a bit quieter than the previous mentioned areas, a good place to start here would be around the "Times Square Shopping Centre".

Over in Kowloon there are a number of bars spread all across Tsim Sha Tsui. Popular venues include the "Hard Rock Cafe", the Australian "Kangaroo Pub" and the Kowloon "Delaneys". While you are in Tsim Sha Tsui at night a good walk around the Temple Street night market and down neon lit Nathan Road are popular things to do that wont cost you a cent.

 
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