Since opening in 2002, Dragon-i has been shrouded in an aura of guestlist-only cool. The club of choice for passing celebs from David Beckham to Jay-Z, it has a reputation as the playground for models and wealthy bankers. It has now also been named as the club of choice for Marco Polo Club members. During the day, Dragon-i is also a popular pitstop for its bottomless dim sum, with an expansive terrace in Central district.
This Spanish-inspired tapas restaurant – a partnership with London restaurant Barrafina – by day becomes one of the city’s best fiesta spots by night, with DJs and a well-stocked drinks list.
Ce La Vi (Closed)
Topping off the stylish California Tower in the Lan Kwai Fong entertainment district, Ce La Vi offers a rare alfresco rooftop spot to dance the night away in the middle of Hong Kong.
This basement club is a hub for underground music DJs, with a range of electronic genres and visiting international DJs on the decks until the wee hours of the morning.
Strips on neon light cut into the walls giving this Central hotspot a chic vibe, while two rooms offer revellers the chance to alternate between diverse music genres from R’n’B to garage, EDM and more.