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LKF has become a cheap area with too many ‘aggresive’ proppers trying to get you inside. This makes the place less desirable and much more cheap. The old atmosphere is gone where one could have an easy drink on the street. Now bars are trying...More
Not been in Hong Kong since 1986. Interested to find a Japanese festival here (the Japs were not popular when I lived there - some issues from WW2. Met my GF, actually an ex-employee whose parents are half my age, for a drink and then...More
I love this area as there are so many bars and good conversation and they serve lots of Stella Artrois. I've been here many times. Transportation being the MTR is close, just pay attention to the final train time if you need to go back...More
Most happening place in HK. Lot of bars pubs in both sides of the interiors. It will be helm crowded on Friday nights and on Saturday nights it will see the most number if people and it will be live till the next day early...More
The nightlife come alive with the bar scene, restaurants, karaoke, and engaging with all cultures. Lan Kwai Fong 蘭桂坊 can become crowded but the energy is high with Happy Hour. Majority patrons are foreigners and caters to expats residing and working in HK. I am...More
So, with much curiosity, my friends and I went by to check the place out. Stepping out and gazing down the street, you will be greeted by drunk peeps, local and foreign all having a good time (at least I thought). Music from the pubs...More
Took a cab at 1am to probably the only place opened at that time. Onve the cab drops you off, youll walk up a hilly streetwhere you will see bats left and right. Youre allowed to drink on the street. Loud music coming from everywhere....More
Hi. Get a map first. Jump on the Airport Express train and get off at Central and at the MTR Station there will be directions. Its a short walk albeit uphill to the Mid-Levels. If unsure ask at the MTR Kiosk who are always... More
Hi. Get a map first. Jump on the Airport Express train and get off at Central and at the MTR Station there will be directions. Its a short walk albeit uphill to the Mid-Levels. If unsure ask at the MTR Kiosk who are always helpful. Enjoy yur stop over.
Best wishes. Frank