Lan Kwai Fong is a popular location in Central featuring plenty of food and drink. It's known as a nightlife location frequented by Westerners and locals. Lan Kwai Fong as an area is bounded by D'Aguilar Street and the smaller lane, Lan Kwai Fong, an L-shaped, cobble-stoned lane. On major holidays, the streets turn into a giant, colorful carnival of music and merriment! If you're lucky, you may bump into a Hong Kong celebrity.
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It's quiet here. Especially on Fridays and Saturdays. All kinds of bars have their own characteristics. Cocktails are about HK$100+++ 120. Although the price is small and expensive. But when you come here, you have to spend. Feel the characteristics of Hong Kong Drop Bar. Sentiment... And music... Except for bars, weekends are crowded with people... Friends of all countries gather here. There are also all kinds of restaurants with delicious food. If you like western food. Hamburger. Italy cuisine. Spanish cuisine is endless. It depends on what you want to eat. Except for restaurants. Bar. There are many shops here. Such as Zhuo Yue. Sasa. Clothing store... And supermarkets... Lan Guifang is a symbol of night life in Hong Kong. Feel it's different from night life in other countries... It's worth feeling... If you like nightlife ____________ Even if you don't like traveling... I also need to take a look here. Only then do you know what the characteristics of Lan Guifang are. Metro to Central (?) Then look at the sign and go out in the direction of Languifang. You can see it in less than five minutes... The last subway is 12 * 30 in the morning, so no matter where you live in Hong Kong... It's still very convenient to mix up in Languifang. Travel to Hong Kong is a must. It will add more fun to your travel life. More abundant. A more wonderful page...
Lan Kwai Fong (Hong Kong) Lan Kwai Fong (Hong Kong) narrowly refers to an L-shaped uphill path in the Central District of Hong Kong, named "Lan Kwai Fong". Broadly speaking, it refers to a high-end consumer area consisting of Tekkoli Street, Wellington Street, Yunxian Street, Amway and Ronghua Street. It is well received by the middle class, foreigners and tourists. It is one of Hong Kong's characteristic tourist attractions. Lan Guifang is still a popular place for middle class, night owls, foreigners and night cats. In addition to bars, dance halls, karaoke and other entertainment venues, in recent years, the area has opened many coffee shops, tea restaurants and fast food restaurants selling non-alcoholic drinks. From November 16, 2001, Lan Kwai Fong and nearby Deji Street and Anli are designated as pedestrian-only areas from 5 p.m. to 4 a.m. on Friday to Sunday and public holidays. In May 2002, vehicles were banned from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. every day, and pedestrian parks were implemented from 7 p.m. to 4 a.m. on Fridays to Sundays and public holidays. In 2003, the Transport Department upgraded the floor tiles of Languifang to match the leisure street design of the surrounding roads. In October 2012, a temporary taxi station pilot scheme was introduced. It was held on Fridays, Saturdays and public holidays. A temporary taxi station was set up on Wellington Street (opposite to Milan Station). The pedestrian area was extended. Vehicles were banned from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. to facilitate midnight recreation. Route List of Major Cities : Hong Kong Traffic Route List Hong Kong Railway Hong Kong Island Line/Tsuen Wan Line Central Station D2 Exit Tung Chung Line/Airport Express Line Hong Kong Station B2 Exit Bus Hong Kong Island Bus 12M
Hong Kong... Legendary Lan Guifang. I have wine and stories. Are you coming? If no one comes, I'll ask you later. Hero knows heros. Nice meeting you guys.
I haven't breathed the air of Languifang for a long time. It gives me the memory of my youth. Finding a quiet, fusion dish in a busy city is a special surprise. Another kind greeting from a beautiful woman... Bring me a pleasant evening! ____________ Discuss life, work and personal practice together. It's the first time to understand it in such a relaxed state...
Half way up the escalator can reach Lan Guifang, Hong Kong's most famous bar street, where the chances of drinking are mostly white foreigners and black people in bars. Mainlanders basically come to see and drink a little. I don't think I'm a consumer here, or let's just see if a friend is dragged to the bar by black people. We are all frightened. Alas, this place is still not. Suitable for us.
If Causeway Bay is Hong Kong's Ginza, then Lan Guifang is Hong Kong's kabuki. Why don't you find a bar and sit down for a drink?