Hong Kong Nightlife
It takes the leading fashion in cocktails with a unique Hong Kong favour. For instance, the Yuan-yang is popular among newtimers which transforms Hong Kong’s well-known yuanyang (coffee-tea drink combo) into a malty alcoholic cocktail.
Ping Pong 129
It is located underground in a converted ping pong hall in the gentrified district of Sai Ying Pun. This Spanish Gintoneria-gin and tonic bar- serves up to fourty international crafted gins, each of which can be paired with a different tonic and garnish to bring out its different flavor profiles. Come and try the Gin Mare!
Full Cup Café
It is much more than a coffee spot. Its five-floor space is a paradise for hipsters which is consist of artistic corners, a workshop space and a “secret” garden where popular indie artistic activities are regularly held. You will often see creative groups of people huddling together at the table with the intention of escaping from the busy outside world.
Dada Bar + Louge
It is a blessing for the Jazz enthusiasts which is inside The Luxe Manor tahat is inspired by the quirky Dadaism art movement in the early 20th century. Find a seat here and listen to the venues. The Jazz, blues or string bands will take you to another whimsical world.
It is one of Hong Kong’s most hostoric theaters which was founded in 1972 by a group of Shanghai immigrants. Here you could enjoy authentic Cantonese opera performance. There are many famous Cantonese stars and authentic performances are held most days of the week in two auditoriums.
It has been usd as an important platform for artistic activities since 1984. If you are after a Shakespeare redition, a stand-up comedy show, a live music gig, an art exhibition or a poetry evening, this place will be the best choice for you. Be sure to check the Fringe Club’s events calendar.
House of Stories
This center is located in an old tong lau tenement building and opens its doors to visitors who want to hear old neighborhood tales, visit the historic streets and get invovled in creative workshops.
Ho Wah Cafe
It is a 60-year-old streetside dai pai dong(tea cart) that moved into a tong lau in the 1980s. It is a really popular local spot for a bite to eat after a long night out in Wan Chai. Thick toast and milk tea which are its specialties will be available for eraly risers as early as 5 am. in the morning.
Joy Hing Roasted Meat
It is a late-night restaurant which has been serving up Cantonese char siu(barbecue meat) since the end of the Qing dynasty. The Chow family started business in the early 1900s and still uses a special oven to achieve rich barbacue flavors in its meat.
This is when the Hong Kong Jockey Club Happy Valley Racecourse is floodlit for horse racing activities, live entertainment and beer. After the races, the crowds divide up and head for other Wan Chai’s nightly offerings.
Billidart Bar & Resaraurant
It is an American-styled sports bar that keeps punters busy all night long with its raft of pool tables, dart boards and screens showing the big sports matches, as well as dedicated beer pong tables.
As Hong Kong’s all-time district that never sleeps, you will always have a large number of options here in Wan Chai for the night, so whatever your expectations are, you will be sure to find something satisfatory and enjoyable.