Gay Bars Hong Kong

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6 Hottest Gay Bars Hong Kong

Gay Hong Kong’s nightlife is mainly located in the Soho (South of Hollywood Road, HK Island) and LKF (Lan Kwai Fong, HK Island). Soho and LKF are separate areas but are within easy walking distance from each other (around 10 minutes).

Most of the nightlife takes place on Friday and Saturday nights. Hong Kong’s gay party scene is slightly limited compared to other gay cities across Asia, especially Gay Bangkok or Gay Taiwan.

While gay Hong Kong has lost some of it’s biggest and most established gay bars and clubs, new gay nights and new venues are always popping up. Propaganda, Gay Hong Kong’s biggest nightclub for over 25 years closed permanently in February 2016.

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Popular Gay Bar and Karaoke
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One of the most popular gay bars in Hong Kong
FLM is Hong Kong’s premiere nightlife and entertainment specialists, located on Jervois Street in Sheung Wan close to ZOO. Features epic event like RuPaul’s Drag Race Elimination Party, great happy hours from 9pm – 10pm and drag performances for young trendy crowd in centre of Hong Kong. Cafe FLM or FLM has lots of different meanings from Fun Love & Money, Fabulous Like Me or what we’re all about Food Liquor & Music, don’t you agree? It proves that FLM has a lot to offer from Mon – Thu at 8pm – 2am and stay open until later on Fri & Sat.

Facilities: Bar, Live music, Dancing, Music
Gayborhood Best Cocktail Bar
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Time Bar = Some Great Cocktails in A Little Garden
Hong Kong’s most stylish & cozy gay bar, Time Bar is located on Hollywood Road, Hong Kong island. The bar is small and narrow but has a sleek interior, somewhat reminiscent of a stylish wine & cocktail bar. Time Bar is stocked with a good range of cocktails, beers, wines and a few handsome waiters. Opens from 6 pm to 2 am daily.

Time Bar is located about 10 minutes walk from Hong Kong’s main gay bar street. This is the perfect bar if you are looking for somewhere more intimate to chat to your grindr date before heading to the party. Nearby popular gay bars and dance clubs are Zoo Bar and Petticoat Lane.

Time Bar Hong Kong | Low-Key Drinks & Conversation in A Garden
“enter from the back of the building” Being tucked away gives Time Bar a sense of privacy and intimacy. All these elements combine to make it one of the most popular gay bars in Hong Kong. It’s a perfect spot to meet after work for locals and expats, also a great place to start a night for Gay Hong Kong nightlife.

Music: Mainstream International pop is the hit for Time Bar but at a level where you can talk comfortably.
Crowd: Time Bar has trendy people and like all of Hong Kong there is a real mix of locals, expats, and tourists.
Drinks: Time Bar offers 100 HKD ($13 USD) per beer. For full prices check the Time Bar’s Facebook.
Dress: Time Bar is pretty stylish and so are the people inside so dress well.

How to get there
Time Bar is located on Hollywood Road, Hong Kong Island. The closest Subway Station is Central Station on the Island Line (Blue Line). The entrance behind the building on Man Hing Lane, next to Club 71.

From Central: Walk up Central Escalator. Exit on Hollywood Road, Time Bar is about 2 minutes away by walk.

From Lan Kwai Fong: Walk up Wellington Street. Turn left up Lyndhurst Terrace. Turn Right on Hollywood Road and Time Bar is 2 minutes away. Or walk west on Wyndham Street which extends into Hollywood Road.

By Taxi: Get a taxi to Sheung Wan MTR station (Exit Wing Lok Street). It takes about 5 minutes and cost around HK$20 to Time Bar.

Subway: The nearest station to Time Bar is Central Station. Take Exit C and Time bar is around 10 minutes walk from the station.

Facilities: Bar, Music
HK’s All Inclusive Gay Bar
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Hong Kong’s All Inclusive Gay Bar & Dance Club
Petticoat Lane Hong Kong = WednesGay Free Vodka
Petticoat Lane Hong Kong is a modern gay nightclub for the LGBT crowd and open-minded people. It’s located on Wyndham Street where cafe, shops and very gay-friendly hotel are found. Upscale gay nightclub, Petticoat Lane offers a young party crowd who die to dance seven days a week. Performances? Yes, all talented drag queens will be on spotlight blowing your mind from midnight onward.

Petticoat Lane, Hong Kong’s all inclusive gay bar & dance club hosts a Gay Night on every Wednesday (aka. WednesGay). Spending the night with resident and international DJs, free vodka after 10 pm to midnight. Share this with your party buddy!

Petticoat Lane Hong Kong | Don Not Miss Its Wednesday Gay Night
Come during Wednesday nights aka. WednesGay among gay Hong Kong. Get ready and be prepared for 10 pm for free-flow vodka. Petticoat Lane up its game with inclusive space and a great party vibe and events until four-in-da-morning. And don’t miss the drag performances from RuPaul Drag Race.

Music: Petticoat Lane brings out various young and cool DJs to keep your party mood up all night and you can also sing and dance along with those diva hits during the performances.

Crowd: A mixed of young local guys and expats, and drag queens. Keep in mind they perform on every midnight!

Dress: Hong Kong is the city of fashionistas, smart-casual is what we recommend, comfy and yet fashionable. Keep yourself up to date on their website or social media for their party theme/dress code.

How to get there
Taxi: Tell your driver to head to Sunny Building on Wyndham Street.

Metro: Central – Exit D2, turn left, cross the road, get to the top of D’Aguilar street and climb the stairs of LKF-Hotel, exit the stairs at Bread Street Kitchen+bar and walk the lane until the end, you’ll find Petticoat Lane right there.

Bus: You can save your travel cost if you want to try local transportation by keeping an eye for buses number 26 alight on Wyndham Street.

Facilities: Bar, Live music, Dancing, Drag Show, Music
HK’s Most Trendy Gay Bar
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Hong Kong’s Busiest & Most Trendy Gay Bar & Dance Club
Hong Kong’s one of the most popular gay bar and dance club, Zoo Bar. It’s located on Jervois Street, Sheung Wan District where plenty of cool cafe and shops are found. Expect weekend crowds to spill outside and on the pavement. This is the place to go on a Friday and Saturday night while weeknights are much quieter. This can be said for most of Hong Kong’s nightlife. A great place to hang out with friends and to meet new crowd! Open daily from 8 pm to 5 am in the mroning, it gets busy around midnight.

Overall, the small but trendy Zoo Bar provides a great night of fun with young local guys, top 40 pop dance, be prepared for a smoky interior. Ask to try their tailor made Zoo special cocktails and its daily Happy-Hours!

We recommend finding a gay-friendly hotel in Hong Kong so you can walk to nearby gay bars and saunas. Save travel time, save the cost and you can make the most of all Gay Hong Kong experience.

Zoo Bar | Hong Kong’s Coolest Dance Club in Gayborhood
Another establishment in the Sheung Wan, Hong Kong’s gayborhood. This small but trendy bar & dance club attracts younger Hongkonese boys, expats and gay travelers. Ask to try their tailor-made Zoo Bar’s special cocktails and its daily happy-hours, buy one get one free!

Crowd: Zoo Bar is overflowing with trendy Hong Kongers and not too many expats. It can be very crowded over the weekend hence the crowd starts to stand outside continue drinking and making conversation.

Drinks: Zoo Bar offers mixed drinks starting $65 HKD ($8 USD) and beer from $55 HKD ($7 USD).

Dress: Zoo Bar and most of Hong Kong’s nightlife is pretty smart so keep up with the

How to get there
Zoo Bar is located on Hong Kong’s best gay bar street, 33-35 Jervois Street, Hong Kong Island. The closest Subway Station is Sheung Wan on the Island Line (Blue Line)

Subway: The nearest underground to Zoo Bar is Sheung Wan station. Take exit A2 and walk-up Hillier St and Mercer St (only 2 mins walk from the station exit).

Facilities: Bar, Live music, Dancing

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