A Video of Dragon-I Hong Kong
Dragon-I Hong Kong, Guide & Review
Searching for the latest see-and-be-seen spot for Hong Kong hip society, Dragon I is an iconic nightlife spot to visit in Central Hong Kong.Dragon-i Hong Kong is a nightclub that’s been around since 1967, making it one of the longest running clubs on the island. This stylish nightlife and dining venue is often packed with a diverse crowd looking to eat, drink, dance and generally have a fun time throughout the week.Located in The Centrium, Dragon-i Club Hong Kong is easily reachable from the MTR Central Station.
The nightclub is split up into 3 zones, each having its own bar and dancefloor with elevated DJ booths. You’ll also find seating booths if you want a break from dancing – these include swanky VIP booths, where you get table service and good views of the club. Food in the Red Room is mostly Chinese-Japanese fusion which goes down well with the strong cocktails (including sake) and we like the moody glow given off by the red lanterns.
Playground is an even better bet though: sink into one of the booths, order a pricey but powerful mojito and check out the boys and babes boogie on the dance floor. There’s a long bar to sit at, the beige and bronze décor adds a sexy golden glow and a birdcage at the entrance to an outside terrace area reminds you not to take things too seriouslyThe décor inside Dragon-i Hong Kong is a blend of traditional Chinese with modern touches like quality sound systems, while its music policycaters for many tastes, with the main room playing mainstream hip-hop, R&B and EDM tracks and covers mostly dance music, depending on the DJ for the day (and night). Contemporary Asian food is served throughout the day, and the club usually starts getting busy from 10pm onwards. Explore the club’s other areas to find more of an underground, bass-heavy set.
Indeed Dragon-I hong kong is a partying destination for those seeking a fun enjoyable night drinking and dancing.