Hong Kong is a city that never sleeps; there is always something to do and some form of entertainment to enjoy. There are a wide range of nightclubs, bars and restaurants that cater to tourists, expats and locals. The most popular areas for bars and lounges are SoHo, Lan Kwai Fong and Wan Chai. SoHo and nearby Wyndham Street offer the most up-market venues and you can generally expect to pay in the region of HK$60 for a pint of beer and HK$50 for a glass of wine. LanKwai Fong is a popular tourist area and prices here are very similar to SoHo. Wan Chai is notorious as an area where strip clubs and massage parlors can be found, but there are also a number of very popular bars that offer live music and entertainment well into the early hours.
Karaoke is a very popular form of entertainment among the locals and there is no shortage of venues throughout Hong Kong where you can sing-along to your musical favorites while enjoying drinks and snacks. The majority of the venues have television and cable and they have become popular spots for people to enjoy televised sporting events with their friends. Popular karaoke outlets are listed below:
29/F, Silver Base Centre, 200 Gloucester Road, Wan Chai, tel +852 2833 9992
My Favourite Bar
2/F, The Wave, 184 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, tel +852 9834 0777
Shop G-1, G/F Valley Centre, 80-82 Morrison Hill Road, tel +852 2893 9123
Hong Kong attracts a great deal of concerts and musicals and many famous names visit the city on their world tours. Up-to-date listings of events can be found in the HK Magazine (http://hk-magazine.com), a free weekly magazine that is published every Wednesday and is distributed at coffee shops and bars throughout Hong Kong. Al…