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No matter how long you’ve lived in Hong Kong, the incredible skyline is not something you’ll ever get tired of.
With all the bright city lights, it’s not surprising that rooftop bars are becoming increasingly popular. From a birthday celebration to a casual after work drink, rooftop bars are a perfect way to celebrate any event and nothing could be better than having a drink overseeing one of the most iconic skylines in the world.
This casual, laid-back bar sits on top of the H Queen’s building in Central above endearing art galleries on the floors below. Because of the laid-back environment, there is no need to worry about heels or suits, making this place perfect for those spontaneous plans. And even if you choose to go before the sun sets, you’ll still be witnessing astonishing views of Victoria Harbour and Mid-Levels.
Aside from the breathtaking skyline, PIQNIQ’s colorful interior also makes it an excellent venue for photos. Their menu is equipped for any occasion, serving big platters, individual bite-sized dishes and for those sweet tooths out there … dessert – promising you something to compliment that drink.
Location: R/F (Rooftop), H Queens, 80 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong
Up for a fancy steak dinner before grabbing some drinks? Wooloomooloo might be your place. With a steak house below their rooftop bar, it’s undoubtedly both a convenient and stylish set-up. And if you’re not feeling too hungry, just head up straight to the bar to enjoy one of their fancy hors d’oeuvres with your drink.
Located in Wanchai, the bar is sandwiched between numerous other skyscrapers and buildings, overseeing incredible views across Central to Happy Valley racecourse. On top of that, it not only offers comfortable sofa seating but also standing areas for those who prefer living on the edge.
Location: 31/F & Rooftop The Hennessy, 256 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
If you want to view Hong Kong from the other side of the harbor, the EyeBar in Tsim Sha Tsui may be your best choice. As one of the highest rooftop bars in the city, you’re guaranteed unparalleled views of Hong Kong Island, and unlike any other bar in the city, the Chinese-inspired nautical theme truly makes it a one of a kind venue.
The fancy and luxurious atmosphere makes Eyebar a perfect place for any formal occasion. And to magnify the whole experience, the bar’s telescope allows you to truly see all of what the city skyline has to offer.
Location: iSquare, 30/F, 63 Nathan Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Aqua Spirit Hong Kong
The international chain Aqua is both stylish and sophisticated and their Hong Kong location is no different. With a restaurant and bar facing the Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island, the venue will not disappoint.
Although seating is inside, the wide and ceiling-high glass windows offer you panoramic, 360-degree views of the city, all while protecting you from the city’s occasional extreme weather.
From the venue’s Cantine del Cardinale to their Japanese Garden cocktail, the in-house mixologist will provide you with a never-ending list of creative and exotic cocktails. Their restaurant below also gives you two cuisines to choose from: Italian (Aqua Roma) or Japanese (Aqua Tokyo), and we promise you, whatever you choose, you’re in for a treat.
Location: 29 & 30F, One Peking, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
The chic and modern SEVVA bar is the ultimate place to hang out atop of Prince’s Building in Central. The bar not only offers a rooftop but cozy lounges and a trademark afternoon tea menu.
The elegant yet homey atmosphere attracts trendy consumers for their healthy menu options and extraordinary pastry desserts. While munching on posh British snacks with an unimaginable 360-degree view of Central, SEVVA’s world-class experience doesn’t come cheap, thus making it the ultimate place to go if you’re looking to treat yourself, friends or family.
Location: Prince’s Building 25th Floor, 10 Chater Road, Central, Hong Kong
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