Nightlife in Hong Kong

1. Sky 100

Hong Kong has the tallest building, there is the International Commerce Centre (ICC) in West Kowloon. You can enjoy the twinkling lights flashing in Hong Kong at night on the 100th floor ICC or Sky 100. In the 490-meter building, it seems there was no sight that can not be seen. All the buildings and the roads pretty twinkle, as if teasing you.

2. New Makati Pub

New Mekati located at Lockhart Road, above The Old China Hand pub, and close with Wanchai MRT station. This place is so comfortable, friendly waitress allowing newcomers to enjoy the music until dawn. Drinks price are pretty cheap here.

Address: 100 Lockhart Road, Wanchai, Hongkong

3. Big Apple Pub

Big Apple Pub & Disco is one of the recommended places to visit if you want to feel and celebrate the night life in Hong Kong. This famous pub is open every day, until dawn. This pub is a place that actually open when other public places has just closed.

This location is very close to Wanchai MRT station. In addition, there are several other pubs and discos around here, such as The Bar, Blue Kingdom, Brewery Tap Pub, Bull and Bear Pub, California Bar and Chin Chin Bar.

Address: Basement, 20 Luard Road, Hong Kong.

4. Salisbury Road

One beautiful spot to enjoy the sparkling night of Hong Kong is Tsim Tsa Shui. Come to Salisbury Road, there is a wide promenade on the seafront, facing the Hong Kong island. Enjoy sparkling views from the building across the sea. At night, the dark water will reflect the colors of lights which are lit in every house and building. No need to use any camera effects, the scenery is very beautiful here.

5. The Peak

One of the wonderful destinations is The Peak. Mount Victoria is the highest mountain in Hong Kong and you can see the view of Hong Kong from here. Come at dusk, when the light still had left on the horizon.

There are two ways to enjoy the night view from The Peak. You can pay HKD 30 for go up to Sky Terrace 428, at The Peak Tower. You can also enjoy the view of Hong Kong at night for free with go up to the rooftop at The Peak Galleria.

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