Lan Kwai Fong
is perhaps Hong Kong's most popular and well known area for a night out. Boasting numerous bars, pubs, clubs and restaurants, it is a popular choice for the well off locals, expatriates and tourists. The high costs associated with the area makes this a relatively high class location, although the quality and reputation of this area is obvious virtually every night. Visiting on a Friday or Saturday night you may be overwhelmed by the enormous crowds that fill the streets (which are closed for several hours to vehicular traffic), with all bars having only standing room. It is interesting to see that, as mentioned, a majority of the crowds are in fact expatriates or international students. It is one of the few places where English is the overwhelmingly predominant language, although many of the Chinese who are there are most likely to be bilingual.
There are several ways to access Lan Kwai Fong other than taxi, which include:
MTR, Central Station, Exit "D2"
Airport Express, Hong Kong Station, Exit "B2"
Public bus, route no. 12m, 13, 23A and 40M
Green light bus, route no. 10A & 10B
Car park, 2 nearest car parks around Lan Kwai Fong include:
The Centrium, 10-12 Arbuthnot Road
Universal Trade Centre, 3 Arbuthnot Road