In Hong Kong, there is something going on every day of the week, not just on weekends. So whatever your schedule, here are some events of each day to keep you entertained all week long.
The happy hour deals come around when you need them the most, on a Monday! So shake off those Monday blues and forget about the long week ahead. You don’t always have to wait until the weekend to go out at night or unwind with a couple of cocktails. When almost every bar in the city is offering either a half price or buy one get one free deal on drinks, it would be rude not to!
Where to go:
Agave: 93 Lockhart Rd, Wan Chai
Cicada: 47A Elgin St, Central
Mexican food is great any day of the week but Tuesday’s are the best because it’s Taco Tuesday. Not only is the name super catchy, that you’ll want an excuse to say it, but many Mexican restaurants around the city offer special discounts or all you can eat tacos, just because it’s a Tuesday. So munch on some delicious Mexican cuisine and join in the fiesta with these great deals!
Sometimes you need a little adrenaline kick halfway through a busy week. The Happy Valley Horse Races are a perfect opportunity to blow off some steam, spend and hopefully win a bit of money. With a lively atmosphere, plenty of excitement and a couple of drinks, you’ll be looking forward to it every week. It is also located close to Wan Chai giving you the perfect excuse to continue the party!
The Hong Kong Jockey Club Happy Valley Racecourse, Wong Nai Chung Rd, Happy Valley
Hong Kong is full of bars and clubs, with so many new ones opening each week it can be hard to keep up. The Hong Kong Bar Crawl offers a unique but extremely fun tour of a selection of bars and clubs around the party street of Lan Kwai Fong. With special drink offers and free shots for the group, you can be sure you’re getting some of the best deals in town.
Hong Kong Pub Crawl
Friday night is all about celebrating the end of another week! Although the nightlife scene is good every day, Fridays have a vibe that’ll make you want to dance on the tables. So why not give yourself a break from the bars and experience the true nightlife of this city. As Hong Kong has some of the most vibrant and popular clubs, where you can really let your hair down!
Where to go:
Dragon-I : The Centrium, 60 Wyndham St, Central
Volar: 44 D’Aguilar St, Central
Saturday & Sunday
One of the most popular weekend activities in the city has to be brunch, Champagne brunch to be exact. With a huge buffet selection from breakfast to dessert and free flowing champagne for hours on end, why not celebrate the weekend in true style? Many hotels and restaurants offer a special brunch set menu, especially for weekends. So for the classiest day drinking experience, book yourself into one of these great brunch spots:
Where to go:
Totts – The Excelsior: 281 Gloucester Rd, Causeway Bay
Café 103 – The Ritz: Elements, International Commerce Centre (ICC), 1 Austin Rd W, Yau Ma Tei