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Beyond Bars & Parties

Hong Kong is a city that truly comes alive at night, offering a diverse range of nightlife experiences beyond just bars and parties. From cruising along the stunning Victoria Harbour to exploring the city's vibrant late-night food scene, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Try this selection of recommended experiences for you and your team to partake in the city’s renowned nightlife.

A Symphony of Lights

A visit to Hong Kong is not complete without taking in the iconic Victoria Harbour night views, made even more glamorous with ‘A Symphony of Lights’ light and sound show. Starting at 8 pm every night, the show lights up landmarks and buildings on either side of harbour with a dazzling array of lights and synchronised music.

Enjoy the nightly spectacle along Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, which offers unmatched views of the skyline, or in a more intimate setting in a harbour-front restaurant. You and your team can also hop aboard one of the harbour cruises to enjoy the show centre-stage on water.


Behind the scenes of ‘A Symphony of Lights’HERE
Details of the show: HERE
Show time: 8:00pm nightly. The show lasts for about 10 minutes

Sky-high breathtaking night view at the Observation Wheel

Located on the Central Harbourfront Promenade, the 60 meters high Hong Kong Observation Wheel offers spectacular views of the harbour. One of the best times to catch the views is sunset time when the sun setting into the horizon or at night when the skylines glitter on both sides of the harbour. Be sure to keep an eye out for events, drinks and snacks on the surrounding plaza.

Address: AIA Vitality Park 33 Man Kwong Street, Central, Hong Kong
Opening hours:
Mon-Thur: 12:00pm to 10:00pm (Final ride at 9:30pm)
Fri-Sun (including public holidays & public holiday eves): 11:00pm to 11:00pm (Final ride at 10:30pm)

Late-night comforting snacks

Hong Kong's street food is cheap and tasty, and there are lots of choices. After a long day of group activities, let your team loose to graze on yummy snacks along downtown streets, alleys or walkways lined with street food stalls offering tantalising comfort food. Local favourites such as Cantonese Steamed Rice Rolls (Cheung Fun), Siu Mai, Curry Fish Balls, and Stinky Tofu have won over foreign fans too. Egg Waffles are also a craze, with a variety of new flavours and toppings to choose from.

Click HERE to learn more must-try street food in Hong Kong.

Bargain-hunting in Street Markets

Hong Kong's open-air street markets are great treasure troves for night-time shopping excursions made more fun with bargain-hunting and haggling.

Ladies' Market is Hong Kong’s most diverse outdoor market with more than 100 shops and stalls along its one-kilometer stretch, selling everything from bargain womenswear to accessories, toys and souvenirs. Photographers can’t stop taking photos of the scenes of eclectic goodies.

Temple Street Night Market converges vintage trinkets and traditional crafts stalls, mixed with palm readers and street performers. Don’t miss the famous claypot rice at the outdoor food stalls. It is one of the best places to experience the most colourful side of local culture with your team.

Ladies Market
Address: Tung Choi Street, Mongkok, Kowloon (MTR Mong Kok Station, Exit E2)
Opening hours: 12:00pm to 10:30pm Daily

Temple Street
Address: Temple Street, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon (MTR Yau Ma Tei Station, Exit C)
Opening hours: 2:00pm to 11:00pm Daily

Click HERE to learn more about the best street markets for bargain souvenirs in Hong Kong.

Believe it or not? Fortune-telling

Superstitious or not, everybody may desire a peek into the future sometimes. Even for non-believers, fortune-telling can be a fun bonding experience for you and your team. Temple Street Night Market has a cluster of fortune-telling booths offering palm and face readings, Chinese astrology readings, tarot readings and even fortune-telling by birds. Before queuing up at the booth, make sure the fortune tellers’ English or Putonghua is fluent enough to get messages across. Don't miss the chance to have your fortune told at this one-of-a-kind destination!

Click HERE to learn more about fortune tellers at Temple Street Night Market.

Night Owl Shopping Therapy

Hong Kong’s reputation as a shopper’s paradise is borne out by massive shopping malls showcasing everything from international luxury brands to street fashions, local designer brands to tempt even the most seasoned shoppers. Most of the shopping malls are open until 10pm at night to give everyone a heavy dose of retail therapy.

Want even longer late-night shopping? Head to the apm shopping mall located in Kwun Tong in Kowloon. Aptly named after its late night hours (a combination of “am” and “pm”), it boasts 170 retail outlets, dining and entertainment options that remain open till midnight. Make sure you have extra luggage space!


Address: 418 Kwun Tong Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon
Opening hours: 8:00am to 11:00pm Daily

Click HERE to learn more about Hong Kong’s major shopping malls throughout the city.

Night photo Walk

Bustling Hong Kong has always been photographers’ dream destination to enrich their portfolios.

Capture the diverse faces of Hong Kong as you stroll along the lively districts of Mong Kok, Yau Ma Tei, Jordan and Tsim Sha Tsui, where the old and the new converge to give photographers a visual feast. This route affords you and your team a first-hand glimpse of Hong Kong's culture-rich past and dynamic metamorphosis. The unrivalled juxtaposition of iconic neon signs along the route gives Hong Kong its visual identity.

Click below the articles to learn more about the beauty of Hong Kong:
Explore the city and discover the beauty of Hong Kong through lens of the camera
How Hong Kong’s iconic neon signs are becoming an art form

A night at the museum - M+ and the West Kowloon Culture District

Want some cultural encounter at night? Why not visit a museum!

M+ is Asia’s first global museum of contemporary visual culture. Its massive collection encompasses world-class works of various visual art forms, such as visual art, design and architecture from around the world. The museum usually closes at 6pm but hours are extended to 10pm on Fridays. You can wander through the museum at your own pace, solo or together with the team. You may also catch the nighttime events free of charge. Outside M+, take a stroll at the harbourfront promenade to indulge in the breathtaking Victoria Harbour night views up-close, or head to Lau Bak Livehouse for food and drinks while enjoying live music available on Friday nights.

For details, click HERE

Click below the articles to learn more about West Kowloon Cultural District:
M+: an enthralling world of contemporary visual culture
5 West Kowloon Cultural District must-sees

Blockbuster Night

Cinemas are everywhere in Hong Kong, many within mega shopping malls. There are luxurious and state-of-the-art theatres, such as IMAX theatres in UA iSquare with epic 3D film screenings and K11 Art House equipped with the city’s first IMAX® laser projection system. Some even come with a VIP experience complete with a made-to-order gourmet menu, as well as private screenings in an intimate setting.

You and your team can get comfortable and enjoy a local drama or Hollywood blockbuster on the big screen before wrapping up your day.

iSquare cinema
Address: 7/F, iSquare mall, 63 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
Telephone: +852 3665 3333

Address: Level 4, K11 MUSEA, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
Telephone: +852 3703 4623