Hong Kong entertainment

Top Choice Horse Racing in Wan Chai & Northeast Hong Kong Island

Happy Valley Racecourse

An outing at the races is one of the quintessential Hong Kong things to do, especially if you're around during the weekly Wednesday-evening races. Punters pack into the stands and trackside, with branded beer stalls…
Top Choice Live Music in Kowloon

This Town Needs

This Town Needs…more underground music venues like this, staging 10 to 15 gigs monthly in a hip warehouse space in the coastal Kowloon burb of Yau Tong. Formerly known as Hidden Agenda, TTN is a much expanded rebran…
Top Choice Live Music in Kowloon

Canton Singing House

The oldest and most atmospheric of Temple St's singalong parlours, Canton resembles a film set with mirror balls and glowing shrines. Singers take to the stage one after another to belt out the oldies; some customer…
Top Choice Jazz in Central District

Peel Fresco

Charming Peel Fresco has live jazz six nights a week, with local and overseas acts on an intimate stage close enough for listeners to chink glasses with musicians. It's small, relaxed and friendly, and there's no be…
Top Choice Light Show in Kowloon

Symphony of Lights

Illuminating both sides of Victoria Harbour every night, symphony of lights is a kitsch paean to all that bling real estate (and a middle finger to Earth Hour). Dancing lasers, searchlights and LEDs are timed to mus…
Theatre in Kowloon

Hong Kong Cultural Centre

Overlooking the most beautiful part of the harbour, the aesthetically challenged and windowless Cultural Centre is a world-class venue containing a 2085-seat concert hall, a Grand Theatre that seats 1750, a studio t…
Live Music in Central District

Fringe Club

The Fringe offers original music most Friday and Saturday nights, with jazz, rock and world music getting the most airplay. The intimate theatre hosts eclectic local and international performances other nights. It's…
Jazz in Kowloon

Ned Kelly’s Last Stand

A Kowloon institution, Ned's marked its 45th anniversary in 2017, making it one of Hong Kong's oldest pubs. Named after a gun-toting Australian bushranger, most of the expat regulars here come for the Dixieland jazz…
Stadium in Wan Chai & Northeast Hong Kong Island

Hong Kong Stadium

The 40,000-seat Hong Kong Stadium in So Kon Po, a division of Causeway Bay, is Hong Kong's largest sports venue. The Hong Kong World Rugby Sevens takes place here.
Theatre in Wan Chai & Northeast Hong Kong Island

Sunbeam Theatre

Cantonese opera is performed at this vintage theatre throughout the year. Shows generally run five days a week from 7.30pm for about a week, with occasional matinees at 1pm or 1.30pm.