Hong Kong Pub Crawl
Calling all nightlife enthusiasts! If you’re a fan of Hong Kong’s nightlife, Hong Kong Pub Crawl is one of the best ways to experience the nightlife. Hong Kong Pub Crawl was founded in 2010 and have been going strong for 8 years now – conceived by nightlife enthusiasts who noticed a lack of budget-friendly options in Hong Kong’s nightlife scene (think $150 cocktails in Lan Kwai Fong!) and wanted to create inclusive events for people to meet new friends from all walks of life.
Their crawls are famous for off-the-beaten-track venues, excellent drink deals, and being the way to meet nightlife enthusiasts from Hong Kong and around the world. Hong Kong Pub Crawl currently have two crawls on offer – their signature Thursday LKF Crawl and their Wednesday Horse Races Crawl. They also do personalized/private crawls and have a proud tradition of turning strangers into friends over great drink deals and has done the same be it for corporates or student societies.
Hong Kong Pub Crawl’s signature Lan Kwai Fong (LKF) Crawl in Central runs every Thursday from 9pm and they go through Hong Kong’s SOHO and LKF bar districts. The Horse Races Crawl is held every race night from 7pm on Wednesdays at the Happy Valley Racecourse in partnership with the Hong Kong Jockey Club (HKJC), touring through the iconic horse races in Happy Valley followed by a pub crawl in the Wan Chai bar district.
Both crawls are priced at $100 each, which includes their exclusive drink deals and free entry to the Happy Valley Racecourse or final nightclub, depending on whether you go on the Wednesday or Thursday crawl. Their drink deals are $40-for-2-beers, $30 signature cocktail, and a free shot at each bar.
Their pub crawls are the largest mobile parties in Hong Kong and has to be seen to be believed. A great time for locals and travellers alike, Hong Kong Pub Crawl should definitely be on your bucket list. For more information, please visit www.hongkongpubcrawl.com.
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