Whether you're showing visiting guests the finest in town, or looking for a spot to sit and watch the world go by, these rooftop and terrace bars are here to get the job done.
Rooftop bars take on a whole new meaning in Hong Kong — and you’ll see why when you take the elevator up to SKYE, the newly renovated restaurant and lounge at The Park Lane Hong Kong (a Pullman Hotel). Take your pick of bar seat or laid-back couch at the outdoor terrace — either way, you’ll be treated to uninterrupted views of the famous Hong Kong skyline, complete with skyscrapers and the Victoria Harbour.
Wooloomoolooo offers a sky-high dining experience like no other. Housed on the 31st floor, the cool and contemporary dining room is fitted with full -length windows that frame the magnificent cityscape. But the biggest draw here is the spacious open-air rooftop terrace, an after-work haven for drinks
Kerry Hotel – an exuberant, contemporary space perched right on the Kowloon waterfront – is home to the speakeasy bar remarkably dubbed as Red Sugar. A quick jaunt through the creative installation by Adrian Wong leads to this luxurious, industrial-flavoured interior welcoming you with an earthy palette, thanks to its red-brick walls and bronze accents. The room is decked with a balanced layout of soft lounge seats in blue and orange. Hanging tropical plants brighten up this urban oasis, beautifully embellishing the floor-to-ceiling windows that offer breathtaking views of Hong Kong Island’s skyline. Outside is an open terrace surrounded by lush greens, committing to the idea of an urban oasis consistent all throughout Red Sugar’s design. At night, spotlights illuminate the al fresco experience as you take in the beauty of Hong Kong’s skyline.Location