W Hong Kong


1 Austin Road West, Kowloon Station, Kowloon, Hong Kong, Hong Kong   •  Weather:   

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Let The Night Rock

Hong Kong is a city where work hours are long, and party hours longer. This city of ours offers unique nightlife experiences across a plethora of world-class bars spread out across the city.

For the best time, however, it’s time to find out which venues offer the best party in town!


Nightlife in Hong Kong is best experienced with a low key, but sophisticated bar. WOOBAR offers a chilled-out and cozy ambience, perfect for early evening drinks with friends, while you wait for the DJ to arrive and amp up the atmosphere. With guest appearances from the city’s up-and-coming DJs, WOOBAR is where the party continues long into the early hours.

6/F, W Hong Kong, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon Station, Hong Kong

W Hong Kong

Rooftop. Poolside. Party. Three things you need to hear in the sweltering heat of Asia’s party capital. The iconic pool on W Hong Kong’s rooftop plays host to the fun filled and one-of-a-kind pool parties in the city. With exotic remixes and electrifying beats, you are guaranteed an exciting nightlife experience amongst the city’s in crowd.

W Hong Kong, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon Station, Hong Kong

Mizunara: The Library

You’ll find this ultra-classy Japanese whisky bar tucked away in an obscure commercial building. Decked out in imported Japanese wood, Mizunara offers you a night of serenity and a seemingly endless supply of exceptional whiskies. Drinks at Mizunara don’t come cheap, but who could resist a sip of the renowned Smokey Manhattan? With its borderline campfire flavor infused with a fruity edge. Divine.

4/F, 361-363 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Aberdeen Street Social

Set in the former Police Married Quarters, Aberdeen Street Social is a venture from Michelin star Chef Jason Atherton. The two-floor restaurant and cocktail bar offers something for everybody. With the ground floor transforming into a funky cocktail area with quirky decoration, while the upper level is recognized as a fine dining restaurant, serving delicious, authentic British fare.

G/F, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong

Bao Bei

“Bao Bei,” or “Babe” in Chinese, symbolizes one bar’s romance with Hong Kong. As the bar pays homage to the city in a variety of increasingly quirky cocktails. Including “Typhoon No. 10,” a gin-based cocktail symbolizing Hong Kong’s typhonic Summer weather. Whilst the vita-soy based rum “Childhood Memory” attracts admirers for its east-meets-west flavor and style. Bao Bei also serves up small portioned Chinese dishes. Mouth-watering Kobe Pork Belly Bao, Mapo Tofu Fries, and Rice Cake Carbonara make great accompaniments to your cocktail of choice.

B1/F, 75-77 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong

Chom Chom

Who could resist a 2-hour free-flow craft beer craze? A Vietnamese-Bia-Hoi-style one for that matter. Located on the corner of Peel street, in the heart of SoHo, Chom Chom draws the Vietnamese food fanatic crowd with its authentic, street-food-style appeal. As well as people who appreciate it for its casual interior décor and cozy atmosphere.

58 Peel Street, Central, Hong Kong

Ping Pong Gintonería

Named the “coolest bar” in Sai Ying Pun, an up and coming neighborhood on the Hong Kong Island, Ping Pong has every gin you could wish to name. From the classic Martin Miller to the bestselling Gin Mare. Ping Pong’s owner, Juan, has delivered a taste of Spain in the middle of Hong Kong. The interior decoration is both nostalgic and modern, with a cozy and welcoming vibe. Ping Pong is a bar to head with a group of friends to chill out after a long week.

Nam Cheong Lau, 129 Second Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong