Top 10 Best Nightclubs in Hong Kong

Hong Kong has consistently been nominated as one of the top party nightlife destinations across the globe. With a party population so diverse, China’s World City has a wealth of offerings to even the most discriminating partygoer. Most parties in this vibrant city don’t end until sunrise so you can take all the time you want to pre-game and start hitting the clubs at around 1am.

Kickass cocktails, vibrant dance floors, and unstoppable DJs, here are the hottest clubs in Hong Kong with the best dance floors and DJs:


Cover Charge: Start at 100 – 200HKD ($12.5 – 25)
Opening Hours: Tuesdays to Fridays, 19:00 – 05:00, Saturdays, 21:00 – 05:00
Location: Basement, 38-44 D’Aguilar Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Hong Kong
Phone: +852 2810 1272

The locals’ choice for afterparty venue: As the party winds down in most of the city when the clock strikes 3am, it’s when things get even more exciting at Volar in Lan Kwai Fong. Consistently voted by locals to be the best club in Lan Kwai Fong, getting in is usually difficult even after 1am. Is it worth braving the long midnight queues? Definitely. Volar boasts of an exciting slew of international DJ’s that have headlined epic nights such as Diplo, Peter Van Hoesen, and Laurent Garnier.

Two dance rooms to cater to the patrons’ music preference: Music is absolutely the most important factor in a great clubbing experience. At Volar, clubbers can alternate between two huge dance rooms blasting incredible tunes from a broad array of genres such as hip hop, R’n’B, D’n’B, house, techno, electro, and garage.

Interiors that will make you think you were in Wonderland: Even before getting your hands on a sleek glass of cocktail, you are surely to get intoxicated by Volar’s interiors. There is a mirrored hall that leads you to a dance floor that is made colorful by neon LED lights and a majestic carousel – yes, a carousel in the middle of a dance club.

PLAY Hong Kong

Cover Charge: 200 – 300 HKD ($26 – $39)
Drink Prices: Shots at 100 HKD ($13)
Opening Hours: Thursdays – Saturdays, 21:00 – 05:00
Location1/F On Hing Building, 1 On Hing Terrace, Central District, Hong Kong

A hub of the social scene’s who’s who: Play in Central District has made its mark in the international party arena as the place to be. It’s the favorite haunt of local models and celebrities and has been known as the place to spot Hollywood A-listers whether as guest performers or just part of the party crowd.

Venue of choice for dazzling events: Big name celebrities who have made an appearance in this lavish nightclub include Paul Van Dyk, Afrojack and Skrillex. It is also the venue of choice for extravagant promotional events of important brands such as Urban Decay, Dom Perignon and G.H. Mumm.

A huge venue for clubbing: Play covers a massive space of 6,000 square feet, replete with sophisticated lighting features and modern sound system. Complementing these outstanding features are colorful cocktails that are sure to unleash anyone’s inhibitions. As the clock strikes midnight, however, it’s the bottles of Dom Perignon that dominate the party tables as the dance floor and VIP areas get filled up.

Also a gastronomic stop: Early evenings are usually laidback as patrons take advantage of the relaxed atmosphere to enjoy the gastronomic masterpieces of Play’s chefs then evolve into a party mecca at midnight.


Cover Charge: 100 – 300 HKD ($13 – $39)
Drink Prices: 130 HKD for beer ($17)
Opening Hours: 17:00 – 04:00, Daily
Location: UG/F, The Centrium, 60 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong
Phone: +852 3110 1222

Chinese-Japanese fusion cuisine to complement signature cocktails: Dragon-I is an excellent place to go for partygoers who want to fill their tummies before downing cocktails. Famous for its extensive dimsum and dumpling lunch menu, it is also a go-to place for gastronomic adventurists looking for indulgent food to pair with their drinks such as gold-embellished Kobe beef tartare, abalone and lobster salad, and an assortment of sushi.

Where clubbers dress to impress: Partygoers take advantage of the strict dress code policy, and make it a point to dress to the nines for a night of reckless abandon. Regular clubbers include models, expats, and social media celebrities showing off their camera-ready OOTDs. These beautiful people start pouring in at 1am, obviously not having a Cinderella curfew imposed on them.

Mainstream music that everyone can sing and dance along to: It’s always great discovering new music, but sometimes, the best clubbing experience is where you can sing and dance along to every single track – and that’s usually what you get at Dragon-I. Hip hop, R’n’B, and EDM are on heavy rotation the whole week round. The party gets even better, of course, when international DJ’s make an appearance and spoil club goers with the hottest hits.


Cover Charge: Starts at 100 HKD ($13)
Opening Hours: Mondays to Saturdays, 21:00 – 06:00
Location: Basement, On Lok Mansion, 39-43 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong
Phone: +852 2543 8856

Known in the global party scene as one of the best party places in the world: With more than 17 years of spoiling partygoers, Drop has received a long list of awards and accolades and has earned itself a reputation of being a party mecca in Asia. Dubbed as Hong Kong’s “Home of House”, it is the go-to place of the city’s who’s who for the freshest electronic music. Drop is also well loved for its array of amazing drinks which include strawberry daiquiris, lemon drop, and fresh fruit martinis.

A favorite party destination of huge name international acts and celebrities: Through the years, Drop partyphiles have been treated to rare performances and sightings of international celebrity guests such as musicians Jamiroquai, Sting, The Chemical Brothers, The Black Eyed Peas, Green Day, The Pet Shop Boys, and Muse; and Hollywood actors Clive Owen, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Josh Hartnett.

Drop’s resident DJ’s are among Hong Kong’s hottest DJ’s and celebrated party movers: With or without an event, nights at Drop are well-attended, thanks to its repertoire of resident DJ’s: Joel Lai, Abel Rogers, Craig Lopez, Ivan Sit, Manone, and Broadback. Each of these DJ’s has built a distinguishable reputation in the party scene for his musical taste and talent.

Levels Nightclub

Cover Charge: Starts at 300 HKD ($37.5)
Drink Prices: Shots at 120 HKD ($15)
Opening Hours: Mondays – Saturdays, 18:00 – 04:00
Location: 2nd Floor, On Hing Building, No.1 On Hing Terrace, CentralHong Kong
Phone: +852 2850 6826

The 8,000 square feet space features the latest Logic Systems Pro Audio, over 25 meters of LED screens, and state of the art laser lightshows, resulting in a brand new immersive clubbing experience tailored to each visiting DJ or performing artist’s style. With two island bars, 25 VIP tables, and 4 members booths, the décor also highlights an elevated DJ booth surrounded by LED screens, and a unique two-in-one design showcasing Hong Kong’s vibrant city life, from reflective mirrored surfaces paying homage to the city’s glamorous, iconic skyline, to neon lights and wooden accents for a more playful, hip vibe.

Cé La Vi

Cover Charge: Starting at 100HKD ($12.5)
Drink Prices: Drinks start at around 150HKD ($19)
Opening Hours: Mondays and Tuesdays, 19:30 – 01:00, Wednesdays and Thursdays, 19:30 – 03:00, Fridays and Saturdays, 19:30 – 04:00, Sundays, 19:30 – 00:30
Location: 25/F California Tower, 32 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Central District, Hong Kong
Phone: +852 3700 2300

Cé La Vi Hong Kong opened in August 2015 to a storm of attention. This sophisticated venue combines a nightclub, restaurant and al fresco cocktail bar, offering a full-on night out for Hong Kong’s socialites and party set. This famous nightlife brand (formerly Ku De Ta until legal issues in early 2015) has a growing collection of high-profile venues spread out across Southeast Asia – from Singapore, to Bangkok and now Hong Kong – with several signature touches that sets Cé La Vi above the competition. The iconic red parasols are still here, as is the Japanese-influenced cuisine and outstanding cocktails courtesy of prodigal Swedish mixologist Knut Randhem. Another element characteristic of the Cé La Vi brand is rooftop terraces and Hong Kong is no different. The 360-degree view from the 25th-floor rooftop bar offers spectacular views of Central and the surrounding area. Indeed, there’s something about stunning cityscapes and Cé La Vi that just go together. Located on the top three floors of California Tower in the nightlife heartland of Lan Kwai Fong, Cé La Vi is just a couple of minutes’ walk from Central MTR Station.

Tazmania Ballroom

Cover Charge: No cover charge
Drink Prices: Wine and cocktails start at 100 HKD ($13)
Opening Hours: Sundays to Thursdays, 17:00 – 02:00, Fridays and Saturdays, 17:00 – 03:00
Location: 1/F, Hotel LKF by Rhombus, 33 Wyndham St., Central, Hong Kong
Phone: +852 2801 5009

Perfect after-work hangout spot: Tazmania Ballroom is that hangout place where you are stripped of the pressure to impress and just be yourself. It is not as crowded as most Hong Kong clubs, but it has all the elements to guarantee a great night out with your troops. It has pool tables, ping pong tables, and, to everyone’s delight, delicious complimentary finger food. As with any decent club in the city, the DJ’s at Tazmania Ballroom know how to command partygoers to troop to the dance floor as they sway to the latest hip hop and EDM tracks.

Get your party on as early as 5 in the afternoon: Tazmania Ballroom is the perfect place to party when you want to have as much fun as you can without staying out ‘til the wee hours of the morning. It’s a favorite pre-party rendezvous as it opens at 5 in the afternoon.

For a truly “happy” happy hour: Tazmania Ballroom’s drink menu features classic bar potions such as gin & tonic, Jack & Coke, and vodka cranberry. Drinks are on the pricey side, so the buy one, get one happy hour is ideal for heavy drinkers.

Magnum Club

Cover Charge: Starts at 300 HKD ($39)
Drink Prices: Shots start at 100 HKD ($13)
Opening Hours: Tuesdays to Saturdays, 23:00 – 06:00
Location: 2-3/F & 5/F, Wellington Place, No. 2-8 Wellington Street, Central District, Hong Kong
Phone: +852 2116 1602

One of the biggest and most lavish clubs in all of Hong Kong: Magnum Club may be one of the youngest clubs in the area but it has quickly and remarkably caught up with the big players of the party scene. This is easy to understand given that the club has two floors and spans a magnificent 13,000 square feet. This 50-million dollar investment is committed to being one of Asia’s best and most exclusive night clubs.

Opulent decors, interiors and sound system: There’s nothing average about Magnum Club. This starts with the massive 20-foot atrium that is adorned with bubble chandeliers made of more than a hundred thousand crystals. More crystals abound, continuing on to the crystal staircase leading to the upstairs dance area; and the majestic crystal DJ booth, which you won’t find anywhere else in Asia.

Heartthrob DJ’s who are in perfect control of the dance floor: Magnum Club’s roster of resident DJ’s is comprised of some of Asia’s most sought after music manipulators: DJ KC, DJ Kazu, DJ Tree, DJ Yin, DJ V-Boy, Ming Wong, and DJ Tak. Each armed with an extensive technical know-how and impressive taste in music, every night at Magnum is an epic party experience.


Cover Charge: Free on most days
Drink Prices: Starts at 150 HKD ($19)
Opening Hours: Mondays, 19:00 – 12:00, Tuesdays to Thursdays, 19:00 – 03:00, Fridays and Saturdays, 20:00 – 05:00
Location: Lower Basement, 79 Wyndham St., Central, Hong Kong
Phone: +852 2521 8815

Honest to goodness underground music: Previously known as Midnight & Co, Oma takes pride in being one of the few clubs in Hong Kong to treat their patrons to honest-to- goodness underground music. It boasts of having an excellent sound setup to perfectly complement music coming from the genres underground dance, EDM, hip hop, techno, and house. Open ‘til 5 in the morning, Oma’s motto is, “Never ever stop dancing!”

Oma takes the business of partying seriously: Running a club may seem like it is all dance and play, but it’s not. For Oma’s team, partying is one serious business. Oma employs the brilliant Taku Hirayama as its music director as part of their quest to be Hong Kong’s leading destination for underground club music. They also handpick the DJ’s that they allow to step into the DJ booth such as DJ Koze, Axel Boman, and Daniel Bell. This meticulousness has been rewarded by raving reviews of fans and patrons on social media.

Affordable bar chow: Everyone knows that food can be expensive in clubs, but not at Oma. Fill up on delicious dishes such as Cajun chicken wings, smoked brisket burger, and barbecue platter


Cover Charge: Starting from 200 HKD ($25)
Opening Hours: Sundays to Wednesdays, 21:00 – 05:00, Thursdays to Saturdays, 22:00 – 05:00
Location: 4-5/F, California Tower, 32 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong
Phone: +852 2111 8810

A prestigious and exclusive clubbing experience: Zentral Club is operated by the same team behind the upscale Magnum Club, so there are plenty of similarities as far as high-end clubbing is concerned. While non-members can still enter the premises, there are nights, events, discounts, freebies and promos that are deliciously exclusive to Zentral Club members. Membership definitely is not cheap – 23,800 HKD ($3,058) – but is redeemable for consumption up to 27,500 HKD ($3,533) within a year of signup.

International DJ’s are known to have the most wonderful time at Zentral: Since Zentral’s doors opened in 2014, it has welcomed to its state-of-the-art DJ booth international acts such as Milk N Cooks, Marshmello, and Dillon Francis. Aside from these kickass events, this high-end club regularly holds posh events that are attended by Hong Kong’s big name party celebrities.
For partying every night of the week ‘til 5 the next morning: Zentral Club wants both local and foreign partyphiles to have a banging clubbing experience no matter what day of the week so its dance floor is open every night, closing only ‘til 5 the next morning. This is perfect for travelers who happen to graze by Central District on weekdays.