Set beneath a dazzling skyline, Hong Kong’s club scene pulses at the city’s core. Catering to diverse tastes, Hong Kong offers everything from upscale venues hosting eminent DJs to more intimate spots. The city is renowned for its electrifying nightclubs that cater to diverse musical tastes and offer unforgettable party experiences. Whether you’re a local or a visitor looking to dance the night away, we’ve curated a list of the 10 best nightclubs in Hong Kong. From iconic venues in Lan Kwai Fong to trendy hotspots in Central or Wan Chai, these nightclubs are the epitome of Hong Kong’s dynamic nightlife. Get ready to groove to the beats, sip on cocktails, and immerse yourself in the city’s pulsating after-hours scene!

Dragon-i — Central

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Dragon-i reigns as a pinnacle of Hong Kong’s vibrant club scene, distinguished by its extravagant decor, electrifying music (hip-hop, RnB and EDM), and frequent celebrity encounters. Nestled in the heart of Lan Kwai Fong, the club exudes elegance with a perpetually bustling dance floor. In homage to its Chinese roots, the interiors are adorned with red lanterns, gold accents, and plush seating, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. The club regularly plays host to a number of chart-toppers, including the likes of Dj Snake, Bruno Mars, Wiz Khalifa and Dr Dre, allowing you to get up-close and personal with your favourite artists.

Address: The Centrium, 60 Wyndham St, Central
Opening Hours: 6 pm–2 am (Mon-Wed-Thu); 6 pm–4 am (Fri); Closed (Tue-Sun)
Price Range: $$$$
Contact: Website | Facebook | Instagram | +852 3110 1222

BOOMERANG • The Illusionist — Central

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Boomerang made its debut in Halloween 2020, only to be forced to close its doors when the pandemic hit. However, since reopening, the club has quickly become a sensation in Hong Kong’s nightlife scene, drawing a diverse crowd of household names and underground trendsetters. Within a few months, Boomerang gained international recognition, ranking #98 on DJ Mag’s Top 100 Nightclubs in 2021 and #72 in 2022, making it the first Hong Kong club to appear on the list.

Address: 2, LG/F, LKF Tower, Shop 1 &, 55 D’Aguilar St, Central
Opening Hours: 11 pm–4 am (Wed-Thu-Fri); 11 pm–5 am (Fri); Closed (Mon-Tue-Sun)
Contact: Website | Facebook | Instagram | +852 8481 6981

Zentral — Central

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Showcasing world-class DJs, such as Paul van Dyk, Yellow Claw, and Alan Walker, Zentral captivates both local and international music aficionados. The club’s design is defined by its modern and upscale interior, featuring glowing marble bar tops and sophisticated light fixtures that exude an artistic flair. The dance floor is encircled by sleek, crescent-shaped VIP tables, accentuating its status as an exclusive nightlife hub. For those seeking the VIP treatment, consider signing up for Zentral’s coveted membership program and enjoy priority access to all their showstopping events.

Address: 4-5/F, California Tower, 32 D’Aguilar Street, Central
Opening Hours: 10 pm–4 am (Tue-Wed-Thu-Fri-Sat); Closed (Mon-Sun)
Contact: Website | Facebook | Instagram | +852 2111 8110

Shuffle — Central

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Shuffle is a designer nightclub that promises a curated club experience for Hong Kong’s very elite. The club lets you shuffle the tempo of your evening through its three party zones. First, you’ll arrive at a warmly-lit reception area, before entering the lounge and bar, where you can order from an elaborate drink menu, while indulging in the peaceful ambiance. Once you’re ready to hit the dance floor, move into the club zone and immerse yourself in Shuffle’s striking playlist of hip-hop and EDM beats.

Address: 19, Lan Kwai Fong, Central
Opening Hours: 8 pm–2 am (Wed); 8 pm–5 am (Thu-Fri); 10 pm–5 am (Sat); Closed (Mon-Tue-Sun)
Contact: Instagram | +852 6016 8965

Oma — Central

OMA nightclub

OMA stands out as one of Hong Kong’s premier nightclubs, dedicated to underground house, techno, trance, bass and break music. With an unmatched watts-per-square-foot sound experience and mesmerizing psychedelic visuals, the club presents a unique take on Detroit underground music loft culture. Over the past 12 years, the club has built a loyal fan following, who continue to flock to the venue in search of magical musical moments. 

Address: LB/F, Harilela House, No. 79 Wyndham Street, Central
Opening Hours: 11 pm–7 am (Mon-Fri-Sat-Sun); 11 pm–5 am (Thu); Closed (Tue-Wed)
Contact: Facebook | Instagram | +852 9616 9197

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Zeus LKF — Central

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Zeus LKF is the ultimate nightlife destination where ancient Greek mythology meets modern neo-futurism. As you enter, immersive 3D visuals, kinetic LED effects and vibrant neon sculptures seamlessly transport you to an ethereal realm. To experience the electrifying performances of Zeus’ roster of international DJs and artists, be sure to secure your tickets well in advance.

Address: 22F, California Tower, 30-32 D’Aguilar St, Central
Opening Hours: 10 pm–3 am (Wed-Thu); 11 pm–4 am (Fri-Sat); Closed (Mon-Tue-Sun)
Website | Facebook | Instagram | +852 5923 2528

Cassio — Central

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Cassio in Hong Kong is a cool spot for music lovers with a great sound system. It plays lots of music types like House, Afro, and Disco. Big names and local stars DJ here. Cassio also brings new art and pop-ups, making it more than just music. It’s a fun place for drinks, food, and dancing in a stylish setting.

Address: 33 Wyndham Street, Central
Opening Hours: 6 pm–2 am (Tues-Wed-Thu); 6 pm–3 am (Fri-Say); Closed (Mon-Sun)
Website | Facebook | Instagram | +852 3792 0129

Graffiti — Central

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Graffiti is the perfect fit for a laid-back evening with great music and a relaxed vibe. Enjoy live performances of pop, rock and hip-hop hits by the talented in-house band. If the mood strikes, hit the dance floor, surrounded by captivating lights, or simply sit back and take in the show. The bar offers reasonably priced, generously portioned food that can easily satisfy a group of your best mates. Paired with your favourite drinks, Graffiti is certainly worth a visit.

Address: 17 Lan Kwai Fong, Central
Opening Hours: 5 pm–6 am (Mon-Tue-Wed-Thu-Fri-Sat); Closed (Sun)
Website | Facebook | Instagram | +852 9384 3768

Embassy — Wan Chai

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Embassy Nightclub has made its mark in Wan Chai, presenting a unique nightlife experience at its expansive Jaffe Road location. The club is spread across three distinct rooms and offers party goers non-stop weekly entertainment. The main room boasts a magnificent central bar, a performance stage featuring various artists, and a contemporary DJ booth, complete with an immersive lighting and sound system that keeps the party going until the wee hours. For a more intimate experience, the VIP Onyx and Gold rooms cater to private group bookings, offering the option to enjoy the main room’s music or switch to your own.

Address: East Town Building, LG/F, 64 Jaffe Rd, Wan Chai
Opening Hours: 5 pm–7 am (Mon-Tue-Wed-Thu-Fri-Sat); 3 pm–7 am (Sun)
Contact: Website | Facebook | Instagram | +852 2523 5004

Mihn 宀 Club — Sheung Wan

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宀 club (pronounced Mihn Club) is a music venue located in the heart of Hong Kong that aims to bring people together, with no dress-code and a no-photo policy, just for the sake of enjoy a night on the dance floor with electronic beats from a mix of international performers and local and regional talent. The name 宀, meaning “roof” or “shelter,” represents a safe and inclusive space where people are free “to feel free” and to express themselves without fear of discrimination. The space was designed by a group of music enthusiasts and features a state-of-the-art Funktion One soundsystem, engineered by one of the region’s leading experts in acoustics.

Address: 4F, 279 Des Voeux Rd Central, Sheung Wan
Opening Hours: 11 pm–5 am (Fri-Sat); Closed (Mon-Tue-Wed-Thu-Sun)
Contact: Website | Instagram | +852 5918 3870

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C45 — Central

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Nestled in the vibrant heart of Lan Kwai Fong, Hong Kong’s famed nightlife district, C45 spans across two floors of the iconic California Tower. The venue boasts an impressive 10,000 square feet of party space. What sets C45 apart is its multisensory experience, as it transforms throughout the night from relaxed unplugged sessions to a high-energy party scene. With its innovative concept, C45 offers a unique and dynamic nightlife experience for Hong Kong’s partygoers, treating them to different segments of pure musical pleasure as the evening unfolds.

Address: 1/F & 2/F, California Tower, 30-32 D’Aguilar St, Central
Opening Hours: 6 pm–2 am (Wed-Thu-Fri-Sat); Closed (Mon-Tue-Sun)
Contact: Facebook | Instagram | +852 3583 4554

Rosé — Central

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The new Rosé nightclub offers a women-friendly haven right in the heart of Central. It’s a place where elegance and the charm of pinky colours create a welcoming atmosphere for ladies. Rosé is all about celebrating women’s spirit in a stylish and safe environment. Here, every woman can enjoy great music, delicious drinks, and a chance to connect with others. It’s not just a club; it’s a community where women can be themselves, celebrate their achievements, and embrace their femininity with confidence.

Address: 2/F Silver Fortune Plaza 1 Wellington Street, Central
Opening Hours: 11 pm–5 am (Wed-Thu-Fri-Sat); Closed (Mon-Tue-Sun)
Contact: Website | Instagram | + 852 3560 0433

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