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Hong Kong is divided into four major parts: Hong Kong Island, Kowloon Peninsula, New Territories and Outlying Islands. Central (Central District), located on Hong Kong Island, across Victoria Harbour from Tsim Sha Tsui in Kowloon Peninsula, is the central political and business district of Hong Kong. There are several arterial streets in Central, including Queen's Road, Des Voeux Road, Chater Road and Connaught Road. Many multinational financial services corporations have set up their headquarters in the area. There are also all kinds of restaurants and fashion stores in this district so that local people and visitors prefer to go shopping here. In addition, from the fantastic viewpoint of Victoria Peak which overlooks the Central, you can see many new and old architectural buildings regarded as landmarks on Hong Kong Island.

Hongkong Entertainment—follow us on Lan Kwai Fong

Lan Kwai Fong is located between Wyndham Street and D'Aguilar Street on Hong Kong Island. This Central hot spot is famous for its night scene and award-winning dining. As the most famous bar street in Hong Kong, 80 restaurants and bars are spread in this narrow L-shaped lane. Central, the economic and financial center of Hong Kong, has a concentration of foreign enterprises, multinational companies, government headquarters, and office buildings with famous attorneys. To get to know what the elites at those places look like after work, one is destined to go to Lan Kwai Fong.

Lan Kwai Fong is dominated by white collar workers and foreigners. The best time to view the energy of Lan Kwai Fong is on Friday and Saturday nights, when it is most crowded with people looking for entertainment. Generally speaking, an evening in Lan Kwai Fong is divided into two parts: Happy Hour and Spree Hour. Happy Hour is for white collars from 17:00 to 21:00. To lure them, most bars offer promotions, such as buy one and get one free for drinks and half price for food. Spree Hour starts at 22:00 when many university students and foreigners join the group. Although it is a place mostly for white collars, it is not an expensive place to hang out. A glass of beer costs about HK$40 to HK$50, which is half price during Happy Hour. Fees are paid for the service, however, in most cases paid with service charges and tips.Malaysia and Thailand.  English has historically been the social language of this district, yet with more and more mainland visitors, some bar w

The names and furnishings of dining places in this unique cultural district are all westernized. The bars have simple décor, a bar, bar stools, and a bar cabinet with all kinds of beer and drinks. Wing Wah Lane is a gourmet street with many foreign cuisines, such as the Japan style sheet iron fever, Indian curry rice, and gourmet food from aitresses have started to speak mandarin.
When New Year's Eve, Christmas and other grand occasions come, Lan Kwai Fong holds activities along the streets, such as game stalls, competitions, and entertainment performances. People also flock to this street to count down to a special moment. During All Saints' Day, people in Lan Kwai Fong disguise themselves as ghosts, horses, angels, devils and mummies. Visitors should not miss it if they come during the festival.

Consumer Budget:
Each bottle of the beer cost HK$40 to HK$50 generally, but the cocktails favored by many women may range from HK$70 to HK$150. Some bars may charge an admission fee, changeable with the time period and ranging from HK$150 to HK$400, so ask about the charges before going into any one of the bars. Some bars also have Ladies' Night, when ladies get free admission or a free drink.

Opening Hours:

Most bars are closed during the daytime. It is advised for visitors to get there after 18:00 and stay until the next morning.

Hong Kong Travel Guide

Hong Kong, the Oriental Pearl, is simply amazing! As a Special Administrative Region of China, it is one of the world's leading financial, banking and trading centers. Situated on the southeast coast of China, the city occupies an area of 1,104 square kilometers (about 426 square miles), and is made up of four parts: Hong Kong Island, Kowloon Peninsula, the New Territories and the Outlying Islands.

Travel Tips for travelling to Hong Kong

Name cards are distributed like confetti, so you should carry them with you at all times. Receiving a card without offering one in return is a signal that you do not want to make the other person's acquaintance or that you lack status yourself. The card is presented immediately on the first meeting with both hands and a slight bow from the waist. The other person's card is received in the same manner. Entertaining in local restaurants may take place in the general dining area or in a private room.

Coloful Nightlife in Hong Kong

In Hong Kong, the vibrant nightlife will certainly tempt you to join in. There are the following things to do: take a luxury night cruise over Victoria Harbor; visit pubs, bars, nightclubs; or stroll in the bubbling streets with the locals, etc. Don't just sit back and watch.
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