Updated：2008-06-04 19:00 | Source：
Hong Kong offers a plethora of choices for after-dinner entertainment. Get cozy in a corner of one of the many swanky hotel lounges, which often offer marvelous views and live music. On Hong Kong Island, try the Harlequin Bar in the Mandarin Oriental, or JJ's in the Grand Hyatt. In Tsim Sha Tsui, drop into Felix at the Peninsula or the Regent's Lobby Lounge. Or serenade your sweetheart in a karaoke lounge. You can find bars and nightclubs to suit any mood, whether you feel like dancing all night or just gazing into each other's eyes.
An exciting concert or show is another way to spend a special evening in Hong Kong. Catch your favourite Canto-pop star in concert - you can even book tickets from overseas to make sure you get a good seat.
Other Hong Kong cultural mainstays are the major touring shows such as Les Miserables or Phantom of the Opera, international performers ranging from diva Dame Kiri Te Kanawa to rock star Sting, and the territory's own acclaimed orchestras and dance companies. Traditional Chinese opera and cultural shows are also popular.
Editor : Qin Yongjing