Aqua Spirit – with its breath-taking views of Hong Kong harbour and the New Year Countdown festivities – is presenting the ‘next instalment’ the city’s hottest New Year’s Eve party. Nudie Black 2.0 – invites party-goers to take ‘letting loose’ to new levels, with lashings of champagne, Ketel One and the good stuff, tantalizing canapés, seductive masks and a touch of leather and lace.
Club Cubic is delighted to announce the residency of one of the most legendary names in dance music, Tiësto, at Club Cubic! Catch him on 17 Dec (Sat) for his first of his upcoming shows. We have some tickets to GIVEAWAY! If you would like to enter, then go to the button below!
If you cannot wait then there are some VERY limited Early Bird tickets ($580) on sale NOW HERE.
Now to truly represent all aspects of nightlife in this city, we've increased our number of awards categories from 15 last year to 22 this year. These cover everything from Happy Hour places to dinner and drinks spots, to the best bars to play pool, to of course, the best nightclub and best bar.
Show of hands, who’s ready for this rollercoaster of a year to end already? And what better way to welcome the new year than with free flow bubbly, delicious foods and live DJ tunes to dance the night away with your favourite people? Here’s are some of parties to choose from to end 2016 with a bang.
Known best for his five-piece electronic music band Neon Indian, Alan Palomo composes and fronts the group as well as performs as solo artist VEGA. After playing Clockenflap 2015, Palermo is back once again this autumn, this time spending his time behind the decks rather than the mic and keyboard at a smaller gig at Kee Club. We catch up with the artist ahead of his set.
The best spots in town to start off your night.
Still craving for more after Sigur Ros, M.I.A. and The Chemical Brothers round off each night at Clockenflap this weekend? Prep yourselves: the Flapping doesn’t stop at Central Harbourfront. Here the after parties are happening around town...
Beer pong's reputation in Hong Kong has come a long way since it was just seen as an American university party game. (Psst… Back in 2010, hkclubbing.com even had a hand in one of the very first beer pong tournaments in town.)
These days, the game is a staple at most sports bars. Here are our picks of the best tables in town.