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Hong Kong nightlife

The party rocks on both sides of Victoria Harbor these days, with new bars opening around Kowloon and a bevy of reliable late-night revels that raise the decibels nightly around Hong Kong Island. You can get started at sunset on the floating party boat Jumbo and then head to hot spots like Lotus and Azure in Lan Kwai Fong. Live-music fans can get their fill, while those in search of bold-faced names should attempt to get their names on the strict guest list at Kee Club. Although Kee is officially private, well-dressed regular folk willing to wait will often find the velvet rope lowered for them. Otherwise, it's generally very easy to gain access to any of Hong Kong's nightspots, provided you are well dressed. Be sure to leave the flip-flops and shorts back at the hotel. Most bars stay open until one or two. Those who want to keep the party going should make friends with locals to discover the always shifting after-hours clubs that stay open till dawn.

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Azure, Central District, Hong Kong

The 29th-floor penthouse restaurant at Hotel LKF feels like a Hong Kong power couple's living room, with velvety couches, lacquered low-slung tables, and plenty...more

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Dragon-I, Hong Kong

It serves a tasty dim sum for lunch, but Dragon-I is better known as one of the city's plushest nightspots. Its rich red walls, banquettes, and...more

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Jaabar, Hong Kong

Tucked down a sloping backstreet lane, this word-of-mouth gem merits a late-night search. Jaabar is members-only, but visitors are let in if they ask nicely....more

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Kee Club, Hong Kong

Set above the historic Yung Kee Restaurant—the stomping ground of early-20th-century Chinese moguls—this members-only club is where the city's young...more

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The Pawn, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

The top three floors of the former Woo Cheong Pawn Shop, a four-story complex dating back to 1888, recently got a new lease on life as a colonial-chic gastropub...more

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Sevva, Hong Kong

Hong Kong socialite Bonnie Gokson's life of travel and love of art shine through in her high-rise restaurant/lounge. Sevva is artfully divided into distinctive...more

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Top Deck at Jumbo, Hong Kong

An open-air lounge with pale wood and all-weather Dedon furniture, Top Deck is (surprise!) the top deck at Jumbo, a floating Chinese...more

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Volar, Hong Kong

Lan Kwai Fong, Central's entertainment district, is chockablock with clubs and night owls—but the sprawling, subterranean Volar sets itself apart from the...more

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