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Entertainment in Hong Kong


Entertainment in Hong KongHong Kong not only has the best in entertainment facilities and nightlife in China, but a collection which can compete with any international metropolis. Hong Kong's bar and club scene is varied, offering a selection of places to cater to all tastes. 

There are some great Hotel Bars for those who like to indulge and be pampered, and the area around Lan Kwai Fong is trendy and hip to the scene, bursting with life all through the night. Kowloon too, has some nice bars to drink in, offering a more relaxed alternative to the Island's drinking spots. 

The club scene here is hard to pin down. Hong Kong has attracted some big names including Judge Jules and Dave Seamen, but the "in" place to go changes all the time and the best club nights tend to be at irregular venues. Things change at an incredible pace here however, and what's fashionable today is out tomorrow. 

The best way to stay in touch and find out what's on is to get a copy of the Hong Kong Magazine from one of the bars or restaurants around town.

Drinking and partying aside, Hong Kong also has some great culture and art to offer. The Hong Kong Cultural Center and Art Museum has a splendid selection of theatre and art from throughout the world. Check out what's on here as there are often performances by world famous artists or actors. 

There are also some good independent art galleries around town- look in the South China Morning Post for details about exhibitions. Canto pop is really big in China at the moment and Hong Kong plays host to some of the biggest Cantonese and Japanese stars on a regular basis. Jazz music is also good here ( a legacy of the colonial period) and big name stars pop up all over the city in places like the Jazz Club. Hong Kong is also known for its film. 

There are numerous cinemas scattered throughout the city. Most of the big ones present the latest films from the west. There are also a few smaller film houses specializing in Hong Kong film and art house movies. Again, check out the local paper for what's on and where.

Hong Kong is also a great place to get some exercise! There are fabulous walks around The Peak, and the outlying islands such as Lamma offer invigorating walks, fresh air and clean sea. Many of Hong Kong's parks also have nice pools where you can swim and you can't miss the gyms here - check out the " get fit" kids exercising their muscles in the windows on Nathan Road!

 

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