Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui has no shortage of nightlife options: rooftop bars, karaoke and hidden cocktail spots are all on offer. If you’re heading to this happening neighbourhood on the northern side of Victoria Harbour, check out Culture Trip’s roundup of the best bars in Tsim Sha Tsui.
A quirky watering hole set within the Luxe Manor boutique hotel, Dada Bar + Lounge is a tribute to the Dadaism movement of the early 20th century. The eclectic and imaginative decor gives the space a real sense of fun, while the drinks menu is nothing short of daring. Keep an eye out for Dada’s happy hour promotions and regular weekend jazz performances.
Located above iconic eatery Felix – one of Hong Kong’s best restaurants – at The Peninsula, the American Bar is a cosy yet elegant space, perfect for a glass of champagne or cocktails. The luxurious design and sophisticated ambience draw a quieter, more refined crowd, so you won’t feel out of place enjoying your drink solo or in the company of a good book. Seek out a seat by the window to enjoy Hong Kong’s inimitable skyline before heading downstairs for dinner to enjoy the restaurant’s contemporary take on classic French cuisine.
This article is an updated version of a story created by Katherine Lee Yik Mei.