Are you looking for an exclusive night out in Hong Kong for your bachelor party? No matter what your scene is, this vibrant city offers plenty of options for you to enjoy an incredible night out. There’s venues that boast live music featuring internationally known musicians and huge clubs with energetic dance floors. You’re bound to find the perfect club for you and your boys to enjoy your last weekend of freedom. Here we give you 7 of the hottest clubs in Hong Kong:
Dragon-i is probably one of the most exclusive and high end clubs in Hong Kong right now. Owners of the club claim to sell more champagne than any other club across Southeast Asia. It can take hours to get inside Dragon-i, but for good reasons. They usually select the best DJs, food, and drinks. And their incredible style attracts the hottest celebrities across the world such as Paris Hilton.
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Play has been a staple of Hong Kong’s nightlife for several years. But a recent renovation designed by famed decorator, Simon Birch has guests flocking to the club. Birch actually hand painted the LED light system inside, pretty cool. The color palette features rich, calm blues which offer a relaxing environment. One of Play’s biggest features is its 8,000 square feet dance floor. The club can hold 1,000 people at capacity.
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Tasmania is more than just a dance club. There’s also a lounge for guests who actually want to hear each other speak and you can even play chill and play pool. Guests can play billiards but twice a week, those tables are lifted out of the way and replaced with ping pong tables. Since there’s so many entertainment options, Tasmania attracts all types of guests.
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Volar is a well known club in Hong Kong, but for good reason. The club has an outstanding reputation as being the king of the Lan Kwai Fong dance scene. Volar has attracted some of the biggest stars across the world to perform, even rappers Kendrick Lamar and Dr. Dre. The club is divided into two spaces, the Club Room and the Electronic Room. There’s plenty of room to dance, especially on Volar’s 5,000 square foot dance floor.
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5. Ce La Vi
Ce La Vi is more than just a club. The venue actually takes up three floors of a Hong Kong high-rise and offers a dance floor, restaurant, and a botanical garden. Just three floors can offer you entertainment for the entire night. The restaurant is also known for their delicate and delicious pastries.
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If you’re hoping to spot a few celebrities, Drop is the place to go. The club has been open for several years but it’s still incredibly popular with the dance crowd. It’s also one of Hong Kong’s more high end clubs. If you can get past the bouncer, you’ll enjoy a luxurious environment and cocktails. If you actually want to get in, it’s best to arrive before 11PM.
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Music is a top priority at Fly. The entire club is designed so that the guests’ senses would be enhanced. This means that you’ll hear, see, and feel the music. Yes, you’ll be able to actually feel the music. Fly’s turbosound system pushes out a sound that even vibrates the hair on your skin. The decor might seem drab during the day. But at night, the black colors bounce off vibrant LED lights that are in tune with the music. This gives you that visual effect. If you want to dance more and talk less, Fly is your best bet. It’s also a popular choice for the after party.
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