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Top 7 Nightlife Districts in Hong Kong - 2024

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Experience the top nightlife districts in Hong Kong! Buzzing energy and endless fun for a thrilling night out.
Updated Jun 2024
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    4.6/5
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    "Lan Kwai Fong is an electric, buzzing, and stimulating Hong Kong district that I discovered years ago almost by accident. Every year, when possible, a group of friends and I travel to Hong Kong for the Clockenflap international music festival on Kowloon. In addition to the phenomenal performances on stage, a huge part of the experience is getting lost in Lan Kwai Fong and discovering new bars, restaurants, pop up food stands, and dance spots - in a glorious maze of excitement that seems to change every year. I especially enjoyed finding friends and catching up on the massive stairwell that seems to run right through the middle of the district. You'll know it when you see it!"
    Hong Kong.Central
    4.5km from downtown
    Featured in 2024 Trip.Best Global 100
    Highlights: Lan Kwai Fong is a popular location in Central featuring plenty of food and drink. It's known as a nightlife location frequented by Westerners and locals. Lan Kwai Fong as an area is bounded by D'Aguilar Street and the smaller lane, Lan Kwai Fong, an L-shaped, cobble-stoned lane. On major holidays, the streets turn into a giant, colorful carnival of music and merriment! If you're lucky, you may bump into a Hong Kong celebrity.
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    4.4/5
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    "In Yau Ma Tei, it is very convenient to take the subway country in the past. It is almost nine o'clock in the evening. There are still many people and it is very lively. Several shops that eat spicy crabs are very good, many people eat, and they have to queue up. Here is the way of food stalls, simple tables and chairs, on the road of Temple Street, eating is fireworks, focusing on ingredients."
    Hong Kong.Yau Ma Tei
    1.4km from downtown
    Featured in 2024 Trip.Best Asia 100
    Highlights: Temple Street Night Market contains authentic local feelings. Every day after nightfall, the street stalls are lit with lights to illuminate the entire street. Tourists and customers flock here, making the original quiet street full of people. Temple Street, you can start from the "Market Street" next to the Tin Hau Temple, where there are impromptu performances by like-minded Cantonese opera fans; there are singers singing well-known Cantonese opera excerpts and Cantonese pop songs; stall. Temple Street is named after the nearby Tianhou Temple; but it is also called "Men's Street" because most of the goods sold by the vendors in Temple Street are mainly men's products: such as knitted clothes, sweatshirts, jeans, pens , watches, compact discs, electronics and toys, computer hardware and travel bags, etc. Don’t forget, Temple Street is also a hot spot for food. There are rows of roadside stalls on both sides of the road. In addition to authentic delicacies such as claypot rice, of course, the God of Cookery’s “Naiza Noodles” (chopped noodles) is indispensable.
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    "Temple Street is lively again, it is vibrant with good decor, sourvenir shopping and amazing street food from all around the world"
    Hong Kong.Yau Ma Tei
    1.3km from downtown
    Highlights: Located in Yau Mei Tei, Temple Street is a short thoroughfare well-known as a popular local shopping street. Demarcated on each end with traditional Chinese gates, Temple Street buzzes with actively, particularly after dark. The street still retains the feel of an authentic Hong Kong from yesteryear. With many shops and restaurants lining the road, it is a good place to visit for a bite to eat. By far however, Temple Street is most famous for the Temple Street Night Market, a nightly open-air street market popular with locals and foreigners alike. All manner of wares are on display and it's fun to bargain with shop owners for the perfect gift or souvenir.
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    4.5/5
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    "The name of Yau Ma Tei is closely related to the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of the Temple of Many fishing boats of the oil and hemp cable shops opened there, so it was renamed "oil field". According to the 1873 Rates Collection, in Yau Ma Tei, in addition to operating boat maintenance, hemp cables, paddles, blacksmiths and timber, there are also operating groceries, haircuts, rice shops, brothels, opium, Changsheng shops, Yizhanghuaqiao and so on."
    Hong Kong.Yau Ma Tei
    1.4km from downtown
    Highlights: Yau Ma Tei is located in the western part of the Kowloon Peninsula and is closely connected with Mong Kok. Together with Tsim Sha Tsui, it forms the prosperous "Yu Tsim Mong" district in Kowloon. The name of Yau Ma Tei is closely related to the well-known scenic spot Tin Hau Temple. In the past, the land in front of the Tin Hau Temple used to be the place where fishermen were drying the hemp ropes on their boats. Many shops selling tung oil and hemp ropes were opened there, hence the name "Yu Ma Tei". Temple Street in Yau Ma Tei is filled with all kinds of goods and food stalls every night, and the prices are cheap. There are also many historical buildings here, such as Yau Ma Tei Cinema, Yau Ma Tei Police Station, Yau Ma Tei Pumping Station Dormitory (red brick house), etc. , as well as fruit bar, jade market and Yau Ma Tei Recreation Park commonly known as Banyan Tree Head. This is a gourmet paradise. People can freely enter the dessert shop to eat a simple bowl of sago, or buy a bunch of street fish balls and go shopping in the temple street while eating. People can also come to Shanghai Street to visit the International Toy Museum, which houses toys and models that have become popular over the past two centuries. There is also the Bruce Lee Members Club on Nathan Road, which is located in a shopping mall and attracts Bruce Lee fans everywhere. You can also go to Kubrick Coffee Shop on Public Square Street, Yau Ma Tei, which is a combination of coffee shop and bookstore. It is located next to the Broadway Movie Center. The green plants at the entrance, hanging potted plants and light bulbs make this coffee bookstore a beautiful place. A mini garden that makes people linger.
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    4.4/5
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    "Every shop has a happy hour until around 8:00 pm, so this time is recommended. Weekend lunch is also worth around $100."
    Hong Kong.Tsim Sha Tsui
    2.1km from downtown
    Highlights: Knutsford Terrace is located in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, on a hill next to the Hong Kong Observatory. It is a food and wine area hidden in high-rise buildings. Get into the alleys, follow the aroma of wine and singing, and you will find this delicious new world. From Observatory Road to Knutsford Steps, there are more than 30 exotic restaurants and bars, serving global cuisine and fine wines, Italian, French, Thai, Japanese Food, Middle Eastern food, Mexican food... 7 out of 10 delicious, 3 out of drunk, let you enjoy a perfect feast. Moreover, the bars here are more popular and local compared to Soho and Lan Kwai Fong, and the prices are relatively cheap. Knutsford Steps also has stairs connecting to Miramar Mall.
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    "Been there several years ago. The photo was turned out to see, not bad, Hong Kong is a cheap and good place to recommend. Personally still like the taste of Hong Kong food. The salty light is just right, the softness is moderate. Awesome."
    Hong Kong.Wan Chai and Causeway Bay
    4.6km from downtown
    Highlights: The Lockhart Road area in Wanchai is backed by Victoria Harbour. In the 1950s and 1960s, American sailors became frequent visitors here, which also led to the rapid development of bars. Later, after the soldiers left, only various bars have remained, and they have become famous nightlife places frequented by locals in Hong Kong.
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    4.3/5
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    taCommentScoreUrlbased on 14 reviews
    "It's a narrow road, but it's just a few turns from Tsim Sha Tsui Metro Station. There are many food shops around it. It's two blocks down to Guangdong Road. It's about 16 minutes'walk to Victoria Harbour. Of course, if you walk fast for 10 minutes, you should be able to walk there. There are several high-priced hotels in this street. If your first stop is Tsim Sha Tsui, you can check out the nearby hotels online in advance, which is relatively good."
    Hong Kong.Tsim Sha Tsui
    2.6km from downtown
    Highlights: Minden Drive has been lined with bars many years ago, but the flow of people is relatively small, and the government remodeled it in March 2005, hoping to turn it into a Kowloon Lan Kwai Fong, plus this bar street. Many bars have been decorated very beautifully and noble, attracting more hipsters to play here.
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FAQ

What are some Nightlife Districts in Hong Kong?
Some Nightlife Districts in Hong Kong include:Lan Kwai Fong, Temple Street Night Market, Temple St, Yau Ma Tei, Knutsford Terrace
What are some highly-rated Nightlife Districts in Hong Kong?
Some highly-rated Nightlife Districts in Hong Kong include:Lan Kwai Fong:4.6, Temple Street Night Market:4.4, Temple St:4.4, Yau Ma Tei:4.5, Knutsford Terrace:4.4
At what locations in Hong Kong can Nightlife Districts in Hong Kong be found?
The Nightlife Districts in Hong Kong are mainly located in:Lan Kwai Fong:Hong Kong, Temple Street Night Market:Hong Kong, Temple St:Hong Kong, Yau Ma Tei:Hong Kong, Knutsford Terrace:Hong Kong
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