Hong Kong Barhopping Experience
Private Hong Kong
Dust off your dancing shoes and prepare to paint the town red on this fun night
tour of Hong Kong. Discover cosmopolitan clubs and iconic drinking dens
in Kowloon and Hong Kong Island by foot and public transport.
WHY THIS TOUR?
Visitors cannot say they have really got to know Hong Kong without experiencing the energy and vibrancy of the nightlife. The city really comes alive after the sun goes down. The best entertainment areas include Tsim Sha Tsui on Kowloon, and Lan Kwai Fong, SoHo and Wan Chai on Hong Kong Island.
In all these areas you will find a diverse mix of entertainment venues from cheap and cheerful clubs to swanky rooftop bars. Even wandering the streets is a fascinating experience. The lights from the skyscrapers illuminate the harbour and partygoers spill out onto the streets. The nightlife scene is diverse, friendly and so much fun. This evening tour offers an overview of the city’s best places to party.
19:00 - 24:00
In the evening, your guide will meet you at the hotel and together, head off to Knutsford Terrace in
Tsim Sha Tsui on Kowloon. The terrace street is home to restaurants serving global cuisine, as well as cosmopolitan bars and clubs. The lively al fresco bars are buzzing every night with locals and expats sampling cocktails and artisan beers.
After exploring this road, take the subway over to Lan Kwai Fong on Hong Kong Island, an area famed for its lively nightlife packed into a small square of streets in the Central area. The trendy bars, restaurants, clubs and drinking dens are packed every night with fashionable locals and tourists seeking cool places to hang out. Office workers flock here at the end of business hours to drink away the pressures of work during early evening happy hours.
At about 10.30 pm, after sampling some of the watering holes, hop on a tram – the best way to get to Wan Chai district in the northern part of the island. This area rose to fame in the 1960s when it played a starring role in the racy film, The World of Suzie Wong. In contemporary times, this expatriate haunt has a more sophisticated vibe, with a range of chic bars and clubs, especially live music venues.
Please note: There is the option to stay in Wan Chai and make your own way back to the hotel at your leisure.