15 Best Bars And Clubs In Hong Kong To Party All Night Long

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Looking for a watering hole to unwind after business meetings, a romantic bar with impressive cocktails or a wild night of debauchery? Regardless of what you are actually looking for, Hong Kong’s vibrant nightlife is something that should not be missed.

From sipping Chinese-herbs infused cocktails at Chinoiserie bar Sohofama, partying at high-end nightclub Zentral till the wee hours to admiring bedazzling city views from the world’s highest bar Ozone, check out our guide to Hong Kong’s nightlife featuring 15 popular bars and clubs.


Al’s Diner is an American diner in the day but when daylight wanes away, they are best remembered for their tasty yet lethal vodka jello shots (HK$38 / S$6.60 each) that comes in a variety of flavours – choose from blackcurrant, orange, lime or mango.

The bar-cum-restaurant is also a favourite destination amongst sporting fans to catch their favourite team in action on live broadcast.

G/F, 27-30 D’Aguilar Street
Tel: +852 2521 8714
Mon to Wed: 11.30am – 1am
Thu: 11.30am – 2am
Fri to Sat: 11.30am – 4am
Sun: 11.30am – 1am
Nearest Station: Central

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Boba Bear Soho is hands down Hong Kong’s best shisha lounge. One can choose to smoke their hookah from the traditional Egyptian Khail Mamoon shisha (HK$270 / S$46.90) or from the modern Russian glass glowing art shisha (HK$350 / S$60.80) which changes colour with its built-in LED lights.

Prices are way steeper when compared to other shisa bars as Boba Bear Soho uses coconut coal instead of the typical quick-light hookah charcoal. Coconut charcoal is odorless, tasteless and can burn significantly longer, whereas instant-lights are actually a lot more toxic.

From white gummy bear to sex on the beach, the hipster hookah bar offers over 40 interesting shisha flavours. You can even choose to mix the flavours! Bubble tea cocktails are sold here at HK$110 / S$19.10 each. Do note that there is no signboard at Boba Bear Soho’s entrance and reservations are not allowed.

31 Elgin Street
Tel: +852 2468 1525
Daily: 8pm – 2am
Nearest Station: Central


Chocolate Bar is the brainchild of well-established Hong Kong Prive Restaurant Group. The bartenders at Chocolate Bar have successfully infused chocolate into their alcoholic drinks, hence combining a diet’s two greatest enemies into one ultimate sin.

Start your night with chocolate martinis, chocolate shots and everything else chocolatey. A handful of bar snacks such as cheese fries and nachos are also up for grabs in this cozy place.

G/F, 2 Lan Kwai Fong, Central
Tel: +852 2810 1788
Mon to Thu: 5pm – 3am
Fri to Sat: 5pm – 4am
Sun: 5pm – 3am
Nearest Station: Central

Best known as a city for the best shopping and dining, we dug through into the streets to score you the top five cocktail bars in Hong Kong so you can hit the ground running.


A contemporary dim sum restaurant by the day and an ultra sleek nightclub by the night, Dragon-I has effortlessly merged gourmet dining and nightlife entertainment into one destination. The interesting concept has won over the expat community, with expatriates making up more than 80% of Dragon-I’s clientele.

The lavish nightclub is also renowned as a hangout place for international models and celebrities. Even staff members themselves are drop-dead gorgeous! Resident DJ spins a different genre of music every night i.e. hip-hop on Mondays and house music on Saturdays.

Celebrity guests DJs are also invited to spin at Dragon-I from time to time and past gigs include Afrojack, Avicii and Laidback Luke.

60 Wyndham Street
Tel: +852 3110 1222
Mon to Sat: 12pm – 3pm, 5 pm – 4am
Sun: 12pm – 3pm, 6pm – 11pm
Nearest Station: Central

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First-timers to FoFo by El Willy’s Rooftop Bar might face some challenges finding it. Visitors have to walk through an unassuming tiny walkway of M88 Shopping Mall and past the concierge to get to the lift lobby (you are on the right track when your friends start questioning if M88 is a residential building instead).

The rooftop bar is located right above the fancy Spanish restaurant. Instead of walking into the fine dining establishment, head straight for the adjacent stairwell and an urban sanctuary awaits upstairs. Do note that both the bar and restaurant are under the same company, hence you would be making your payment at the restaurant below after.

The panoramic view of its surroundings is nothing short of spectacular and every angle poses yet another great photography opportunity. We love their refreshing signature mixed fruit Sangrias (HK$75 / S$13.80 per glass) that are available in the white, red and even pink! We actually love this rooftop bar so much that we are going to rate it five out of five.

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20/F M88, 2-8 Wellington St, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2900 2009
Daily: 6.30pm – 11pm
Nearest Station: Central


3-year-old nightclub LEVELS features two bars, 18 VIP tables and an enclosed private room. Spanning across 8000 square foot, the sleek nightclub is home to Hong Kong’s largest dance floor, hence attracting countless of eager partygoers nightly.

Ladies get to enjoy free admission and complimentary drinks before 1am every Thursday.

2/F, On Hing Building, 1 On Hing Terrace, Central, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2811 1568
Mon to Sat: 6pm – 5am
Sun: Closed
Nearest Station: Central


Tastefully designed Magnum Club has long been regarded as an institution in Lan Kwai Fong ever since its inception in 2011. No expense has been spared in the 13,000-square-foot nightclub’s aesthetics; think expect crystal chandeliers, crystal staircases and even a crystal DJ booth! Well, we don’t blame you if you are too buzzed to notice the elaborate decors…

3-4/F, Silver Fortune Plaza, No.1 Wellington Street Central District
Tel: +852 2116 1602
Sun and Mon: Closed
Tue to Sat: 11pm – 5am
Nearest Station: Central

Neo Cocktail Club


Neo Cocktail Club is an up-and-coming retro cocktail bar that is so camouflaged that you would not even know that you have walked past it. Located right beside dessert shop Munchies, the bar is not just well-known for its drinks but also equally famous for its old-school games. Unwind into the night with a round of foosball or a game at the vintage pinball machine.

10 Shin Hing Street,
Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2812 2280
Mon: Closed
Tue to Sat: 5pm – 12am
Nearest Station: Sheung Wan



Are the steep hills of chaotic party district Lan Kwai Fong too much for your stilettos to handle? You might want to strut through the night in your best outfit at Ozone instead. Located at the 118th floor of Ritz Carlton Hotel Hong Kong, Ozone’s terrace offers stunning panoramic views of Hong Kong. Ozone is not only one of the world’s best bars but is also the world’s tallest bar.

Indulge in tantalising light Asian tapas and end the night with a delectable variety of fruity cocktails. Prices of drinks (from HK$200 / S$34.70) may be off the charts for Southeast Asian standards but what you are paying for also includes the prime location and gorgeous ambience.

118/F, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West
Tel: +852 2263 2263
Mon to Wed: 5pm – 1am
Thu: 5pm – 2am
Fri: 5pm – 3am
Sat: 3pm – 3am
Sun: 12pm – 12am
Nearest Station: Kowloon


#10 OZU

Non-pretentious Japanese bar Ozu left a lasting impression with its divine fusion cocktails and addictively tasty Jap bar nosh. The amazing creations were invented by talented mixologist Kit Cheung who has over a decade worth of bartending experience in various cosmopolitan cities.

We had the honour to sample his creations firsthand and were blown away by how he managed to integrate green tea and wasabi seamlessly into delicious cocktails.

1 Hollywood Road, Central
Tel: +852 6064 7428
Daily: 3pm – 2am
Nearest Station: Central



If innovative cocktails are of your thing, then you are in for a treat. Ranked as #42 in the world’s best bars, Quinary is famous for their mindblowing creative cocktails. Do not miss out their signature creations Marshmallow Duo shots (HK$110 / S$19) and Earl Grey Caviar Martini (HK$130 / SG$22.60).

The former is a sweet milkshake cocktail served in two miniature bottles with roasted marshmallows on the side and is perfect for those with a sweet tooth. The latter is a stronger concoction of Absolut Vodka, Cointreau and citrus juices with foamy earl grey flavoured bubble foam.

G/F, 56-58 Hollywood Road, Central
Tel: +852 2851 3223
Mon to Sat: 5pm – 2am
Sun: Closed
Nearest Station: Central

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Highly raved about Sevva is one of the most reputable roof top bars in Hong Kong. Located on the 25th storey of Prince’s Building, the extravagant bar is the place to be and to be seen – with an unsurprisingly hefty price tag. Patrons get to enjoy a spellbindingly beautiful panoramic view of the glitzy city centre that will have you scurrying for your camera.

With the HSBC Building and Bank of China Tower in unbelievably close proximity, Sevva is a favourite haunt amongst those in the banking sector. Sevva is a great business meeting venue and also a perfect location for a romantic date. You can admire a bird’s eye view of the Old Supreme Court Building and admire the Hong Kong Ferris Wheel from afar.

Do be reminded that you would have to adhere to Sevva’s smart casual dress code; avoid wearing flip flops, shorts and singlets or risk being refused entry. From Cucumber Starfruit Martini (HK$195 / S$35.95) to Dark Chocolate Martini (HK$195 / S$35.95), you are a bound to find a drink you fancy from the comprehensive alcoholic beverage menu.

Prince’s Building, 10 Chater Rd, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2537 1388
Mon to Wed: 6pm – 12am
Thu to Fri: 10.30pm – 2am
Sat: 10.30pm – 2am
Sun: Closed



Located in PMQ Cultural Hub, Sohofama is a modern organic Chinese restaurant with an impressive in-house bar. Their drinks menu boasts a list of exotic Chinese herbs infused cocktails, whereby the key ingredients are mainly sourced from their hydroponic farm located right outside the restaurant.

For an unforgettable drink, order the Smoking Chamomile (HK$168 / S$29.10), Orange Peel Porridge (HK$168 / S$29.10) and Drunken Monk (HK$138 / $23.90).

Kit Cheung is the creator behind these unique drinks. He has once again pushed the boundaries of cocktails and this time round with the incorporation of traditional Chinese flavours. Watching the bartenders – who are disciples of cocktail master Kit Cheung – in action is as exciting as following a Hong Kong TVB drama.

Unit SG09-SG14, G/F, Block A, PMQ, 35 Aberdeen Street
Tel: +852 2858 8238
Mon to Fri: 12pm – 2.30pm, 6pm – 11pm
Sat to Sun: 12pm – 3.30pm, 6pm – 11pm
Nearest Station: Sheung Wan



Tucked away in a basement along Hollywood Road is specialty cocktail bar The Woods. The intimate 54-seater is a dark, mysterious-looking and romantic bar that serves brilliant seasonal concoctions. The ingredients used to prepare these sinful alcoholic beverages are sourced daily, hence ensuring the highest quality attainable.

If your budget permits, we say go for the reservations-only Prix-Fixe menu (HK$488 / S$88.45), which consists of a sensational 4-course meal completed with four cocktails.

17 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2522 0281
Mon to Sat: 6pm to 2am
Nearest Station: Central


Situated within Central’s California Tower, Zentral Club is the latest business venture of Magnum Entertainment Group. The premium establishment is opened daily till 5am and is the go-to place for epic party animals that cannot get enough of the degenerate lifestyle.

4-5/F, California Tower, 32 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2111 8110
Sun to Wed: 9pm – 5am
Thu to Sat: 10pm – 5am
Nearest Station: Central

About the writer:
Hui Jun Ng is a staff writer for ladyironchef. She was previously a marketing executive and freelance photographer in the food industry. Her work has been published on Epicure, Lifestyle Asia and Meld Magazine etc.