Hong Kong’s Vibrant Nightlife  

When the sun goes down, Hong Kong's vibrant nightlife warms up the city until dawn. Whether you join the party at the hippest clubs, bars and pubs, take a luxury night cruise over Victoria Harbour or stroll in the bubbling streets with the locals, it will be a night to remember.
If you are looking to party and socialize, head to Lan Kwai Fong, the icon of nightlife in Hong Kong and the city's trendiest nightlife area. LKF is an entire block of clubs, bars and restaurants that offer an exciting experience all night until you see the Sun. There is an international atmosphere in the area and international travellers, executives and socialities hang out in LKF.
Here you can enjoy beer, alcohol and wine from different countries while you play chess, dart or listen to a music band. Sip on a classy cocktail, dance the night away in VIP club, or chill out in a shisha bar, it's your party and you can do what you want to.
Some hip bars you should visit are Felix at the 28/F of Peninsula Hotel and Sky Lounge in Sheraton Hotels. From here, don't miss the amazing night view of Victoria Bay. If you are looking for some delicious cocktails, visit Wyndham the 4th, run by world-bartending champion Tom Wood,
Discos in Hong Kong include Western nightclubs and cabarets. Performances include singing, acrobat, folk dances and Cantonese Opera. The most popular discos are in big hotels around Tsim Sha Tsui, Wan Chai and Central. Party the night away at JJ's (Grand Hyatt Hotel), Cyber 8 Discotheque Pub (New Miramar Hotel Bldg), California Red or if you prefer a chilled-out nightclub, head to Kara OK.
However, if you are looking for an experience like no other, have a drink at a rooftop bar. Fortunately, given Hong Kong's buildings, recent years have seen a proliferation of rooftop bars boasting impressive views over the city. From here you can also admire the countless glistening skyscrapers that make up Hong Kong's distinctive skyline. Head to Eyebar and check out the illuminated skyscrapers, the mountains of Hong Kong Island and boats colouring Victoria Harbour.
If you think Hong Kong's skyline and views are impressive, wait until you see the city at night. As the night falls, Hong Kong transforms itself into a spectacle of lights. Check out the shining cityscape from Victoria Peak or stroll by Avenue of Stars and watch the famous synchronised laser sound, and Symphony of Lights show, every day at 8pm. Take a cabe ride to the Victoria Peak for magnificent views.
If you prefer another type of adventure, take Lei Yue Mun Seafood Village Dinner Cruise, which lasts 5 hours. The trip starts at the Golden Bauhunia Square, then there will be a stopover at seafood bazaar at Lei Yue Mun Seafood Village. Then you get to see Hong Kong on the runway of the old Kai Tak airport and shop in the Temple Street Open Market.
If these options don't take your fancy, you can try your luck and gamble at the Wednesday night horse races in Happy Valley or sing in a karaoke bar.

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