Nightlife Guide| Must Not Miss Out Redlight District Hong Kong Halloween 

Kowloon Bus to: Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Foshan 
Shenzhen Bus from: HKIA, Wongkok, Sheung Shui, Tsuen Wan, Disneyland
Hong Kong Nightlife Guide 2017: Nightlife is the hottest hashtag in Hong Kong life, covering area of Wan Chai, Tsim Sha Tsui, Lan Kwai Fong, Soho, Stanley from Monday to Sunday. Dress code is enquired. Sometimes, horror may hit redlight event in Hong Kong nightlife 80s or 90s. 
night life hong kong 141,hong kong clubbing,hong kong clubbing events,hong kong nightlife locals,clubs in hong kong,hong kong bars,bars in hk,hong kong nightlife forum,hong kong night life reviews,hong kong night life area,greatest dream tour nightlife hk, hong kong nightlife tsim sha tsui 2017, hong kong nightlife wan chai 2017, hong kong nightlife soho 2017, hong kong nightlife lan kwai fong 2017, hong kong nightlife monday 2017, hong kong nightlife sunday 2017, hong kong nightlife redlight 2017, redlight district mongkok hk, hong kong nightlife guide 2017, hong kong night club dress code 2017, hong kong night life 2017, stanley nightlife hk 2017

Redlight District Mongkok Tsim Sha Tsui

Tourists are easy to be lost in a street of Mongkok filled with blinking neon lights with pictures of half-naked women displayed at the sidewalk. Right then, it is a different part of HK. Getting lost can get exciting. 

Portland Street
Inspired by what you have seen outside Adam's Apple Bar in Nathan Road, Aside from the usual shops and restaurants in the area, massage parlors, karaoke bars, saunas, and brothels also flock the street. Dishing out which of these establishments are legit is fairly easy (and by legit, I mean those that offer clean fun).

Greatest tour of dream & fast sense experience! It is up and down but not too fast, you can control. You miss the time with variety of girls. Only great pleasure you can enjoy in night clubbing theater.
Hong Kong Nightlife Locals
If you see people — especially women in kinky outfit, standing outside an establishment — then that's where miracles happen. Take for instance the local who approached me while I was walking — who told me to go inside the bar where she was working for some "clean fun" — but her skimpy outfit and adam's apple on her neck told me otherwise.

According to the locals that I've talked to (and surprisingly most of them speak good English), ordinary massage service range from HKD200 to HKD600 depending on where your masseuse's skin lie within the spectrum of human variation — the whiter and fairer they are, the more it will cost you for clubbing event night.

Clubbing Russians are the cream of the crop with a price tag of HKD590, Chinese/Hongkongers come in at second at HKD250 and, well, Filipinas and Thai at HKD200. Paying more will, of course, get you an "extra" mile.

Talk in Our Reviews Section
How about you? Have you had any encounters with prostitution in a foreign country or even in other countries? Tell me about it below as what you do at Hong Kong nightlife forum about clubbing events. Perhaps we can share notes?

Hong Kong Night Club Dress Code 2017

Whilst not wishing to interfere with members’ enjoyment and relaxation, and bearing in mind the vagaries of fashion, it is difficult to be specific, so the Club relies on the good sense and discretion of members to dress appropriately given the venue or event, day of the week and time of day. A few guidelines:
  1. Dining Room & Verandah: Members are requested to dress at least to a standard perhaps best described as smart casual. A shirt with a collar is expected; wearing shorts and beach shoes is not considered acceptable.
  2. Chinese Restaurant: Members are requested to dress at least to a standard perhaps best described as casual-to-smart, but wearing shorts and beach footwear is considered unacceptable.
  3. Bert’s: Members are requested to dress at least to a standard perhaps best described as casual-to-smart Monday to Friday (wearing shorts and beach footwear is unacceptable), and casual on Saturdays, Sundays and Public holidays.
  4. Main Bar/Lounge: Casual, which means wearing shorts, a T-shirt or beach footwear is allowed.
  5. All Venues: Wearing a singlet is considered unacceptable in any of the above locations.
>> Peak Tower VS Canton Tower

Kowloon Bus to: ShenzhenGuangzhouFoshan 
Shenzhen Bus from: HKIAWongkokSheung ShuiTsuen WanDisneyland