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.
Canadian Music Hall of Famer and singer-songwriter legend Bryan Adams will be performing in Hong Kong in January 2017. Read more for the details and where to grab your tickets.
Superstar performer and multiple Grammy-Award Winner T-Pain is slated to perform live at Pacha Macau.
Haven’t been to Black Sheep Restaurants’ Buenos Aires Polo Club yet? Now there’s ever more the reason to make an appearance. Situated in LKF Tower, the elegant Argentinian steakhouse, fashioned after the members-only clubs frequented by moneyed elite in the capital’s Recoleta neighbourhood, is all about delicious grilled meats, an exquisite wine collection, and a dining experience in a handsome, country club setting, and recently, it’s bringing its cocktail expertise into the spotlight. Let’s take a closer look at that drinks list.
‘Tis the season for holiday cheer and festivities, and China Tang at the Landmark are raising a glass early with special promotions featuring some beautiful champagne, crispy Peking duck, and yummy dim sum “tapas” from 15 Nov to 30 Dec 2016.
The newly built luxury cruise line Genting Dream has arrived in Hong Kong, and on board is the latest of the Zouk clubs from Asia. This cruise ship's home port will be Hong Kong and is scheduled to sail around the South China Sea.
The cruise ship boasts 18 decks, 70% of the staterooms containing private balconies, 142 spacious suites, more than 35 restaurants and bar concepts, a 610-metre wrap around promenade and of course, the first-ever Zouk nightclub at sea. Expect international DJs in the club—which also has an outdoor Zouk Beach Club.
From the same team behind dragon-I, which barely needs introduction as one of Hong Kong's most successful clubs, a brand new music lounge and restaurant is set to open its doors on 10 Nov. Named Cassio, the venue will take over the space on the second floor of LKF Tower, and is an eclectic three-room space featuring retro pieces, such as the vintage-style wallpaper, a chandelier inspired by the storied Lutrario Dance Hall, and onyx-topped bar tables. It also features a 55-seat restaurant, celebrating the Spanish way of wining and dining a night away, thanks to the enlisting of one of London's most popular tapas bars Barrafina as its kitchen partner.
We ask founder and Cassio curator Gilbert Yeung what's to expect at this brand new venue.