Out and about in LKF with your gang? Enjoy the best of this city’s nightlife by getting lit at these clubs in Hong Kong!
There are so many gin joints and bars in Hong Kong that we love and swear by, such as The Pontiac. But if you’re looking for the best Hong Kong clubs to dance and party at till the sun rises, these are the ones you should hit up the next time you plan to pull an all-nighter. Now, let’s drink up and have some fun!
Dance the night away at these Hong Kong clubs
1. Tazmania Ballroom
Did you know one of the hottest nightlife spots in Hong Kong is also a place you can shoot some pool? Tazmania Ballroom has pool and ping pong tables galore, as well as tasty cocktails to sip on in between sets. Tables all full up? Kill time by dancing like no one’s watching or lounging at the outdoor terrace. You know you’re in for a night of madcap fun when there’s a DJ providing the soundtrack to a ping pong tournament!
Tazmania Ballroom, 1/F, LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2801 5009
For a heavenly night of partying, there’s no place to be but Padre. A mere look up at the stained glass window-inspired ceiling of this lounge and club will have you confessing your sin on the dance floor (as well as committing a couple new ones!). With cocktails as striking as the classy yet quirky interior itself, you’ll definitely be hearing the angels sing with each sip. Whether you’re sitting back on the plush couches with some scrumptious bites or up on your feet busting out your best moves, Padre will not disappoint.
Padre, 3/F, H Code, The Steps, 45 Pottinger Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2398 0018
A staple of Hong Kong’s nightlife scene for decades, Dragon-i has previously hosted a range of world-renowned celebrities including Paris Hilton, Shaquille O’Neal, Wiz Khalifa, Tyga, Snoop Dogg, and Dr Dre. The club regularly features special guests and live performances from professional dancers, artists, and DJs. Find yourself lost in the crowds with a drink in hand, among faces from all around the world partying hard here.
Dragon-i, UG/F, The Centrium, 60 Wyndham Street, Hong Kong, p. 3110 1222
Bask in the open air as you party on the dynamic rooftop terrace of Aoao in the heart of Central. An izakaya serving delicious Japanese fare by day and a grooving nightclub featuring regular DJ performances by night, it’s truly the best of both worlds here. With an eye-catching array of cocktails, you’ll be getting buzzed in style as the night goes on. Don’t forget to look up at the stellar visual art wall projection to truly experience the unique slice of nightlife that is Aoao.
Aoao, 14/F, Manning House, 38 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, p. 5506 5521
Want a taste of the high life – literally? Faye is a premium rooftop club that’ll let you party under the stars. The interior is classy and cosy while the outdoor skydeck is constantly buzzing with energy. Dancing and sipping cocktails all in full view of the skyline is certainly a bucket list experience for anyone, whether you’re a local or a tourist in Hong Kong. An elite crowd gathers here every weekend – the line you see forming outside California Tower is often for a chance to frolic at Faye.
In search of more sky-high entertainment? Check out our guide to the best rooftop bars in Hong Kong.
Faye, 25-26/F, California Tower, 30-32 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 3619 4282
What do the clubs in Hong Kong need? A wild card – no pun intended. Shuffle is a designer nightclub that seeks to provide a curated experience for partygoers. A diverse club space with a prominent dance floor and DJ booth for the ultimate dance-off, Shuffle has amazing events almost every weekend. Having hosted many incredible guests in the past including Swae Lee, you’ll never know what the night will bring when partying at Shuffle!
Shuffle, 19 Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong, p. 6016 8965
Here’s a nightclub in Hong Kong you can walk into right off the street and immediately begin partying. Situated within the hustle and bustle of Lan Kwai Fong, Graffiti is an old favourite for a night of revelry. You’ll find a local crowd here every weekend dancing and drinking against the LED wall. With in-house DJs and flowing alcohol, Graffiti certainly deserves a stop-in on your night out.
Graffiti, 17 Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2526 2520
A smaller nightclub in Hong Kong with a lot of heart, Oma is a lower basement space constantly filled with pulsing music. One of the top places for house and techno beats in the city, this hidden gem takes partying seriously. Down extra strong drinks and nosh on some bar snacks during your breaks from the dance floor. If you want the underground club experience in Hong Kong, Oma is definitely the place for you.
Oma, LB/F, Harilela House, 79 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2521 8815
Having had to shut down the party initially due to the pandemic, Boomerang has since returned better than ever. Taking the nightlife scene by storm, Boomerang was the first Hong Kong club to crack the list of DJ Mag Top 100 Nightclubs in 2021 at position 98 – before climbing to 52 on the 2023 list. With a myriad of creative events and DJ sets, Boomerang is a must-visit for any clubgoer in the 852.
Boomerang, Shop 1 & 2, LG/F, LKF Tower, 55 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2330 6550
10. Zeus LKF
Party like the gods as your senses awaken with the visual light shows at Zeus LKF. Inspired by the energy of Greek mythology and neo-futurism, this unique clubbing experience features 3D visuals, LED lights, classical sculptures, and more. Hosting many popular DJs as well as EDM and themed nights, Zeus LKF will have you constantly on your feet. Pound a few shots and dance the night away!
Zeus LKF, 22/F, California Tower, 30-32 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 5923 2528
A must-visit for the ladies in your life who love to party, Rosé touts itself as a nightclub dedicated to celebrating the spirit and essence of women. Seeking to create a welcoming atmosphere that’s attentive and enjoyable to the female clientele, this is certainly a place that celebrates and empowers the modern queens. With talented DJs who’ll keep the music pumping throughout the night, dance your cares away in the rosy glow of Rosé.
Rosé, 2/F, Silver Fortune Plaza, 1 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 3560 0433