Spooky shenanigans: Top 4 Halloween parties in Hong Kong

Seeing a constant stream of drunk ghouls on their way to spooky parties can only mean one thing: it’s Halloween.

The yearly night of revelry and fancy dress is nearly upon us, but where are the best parties to flaunt your witch’s costume and get your monster mash on?

Luckily Gafencu is here to help if you are still unsure about where to go this weekend.

We have selected the four best Halloween parties in Hong Kong to be seen at, dead or alive.

Witch’s House Halloween Party at Dada Bar + Lounge

The Luxe Manor in Tsim Sha Tsui is hosting a dark party for evil witches.

The entertainment venue on Knutsford Terrace will turn into a haunted house on Saturday, which is the perfect place for you and your coven to meet and sample the ghoulish cocktails (HK$90) and dance to the live band.

There will also be a makeup artist on hand just in case your scary look needs a quick touch up.

Venue: Dada Bar + Lounge, the Luxe Manor, 39 Kimberley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui.
Date: 29 October
Time: 8pm till late
Entrance fee: HK$200 per person, includes one drink.
Reservations: (852) 3763 8778


Shipwrecked Halloween Party at Armani/Prive

With a nautical take on Halloween, the Armani/Prive rooftop bar in Central is hosting a Shipwrecked Party on 29 October.

The bar’s biggest event of 2016 will cover both floors, with the rooftop acting as a chill-out area and the first floor — or lower deck as they call it — acting as the dance venue where the lost souls can party the night away.

Venue: Armani/Prive, Landmark Chater (Chater House), 8 Connaught Road, Central.
Date: 29 October
Time: 10pm-3am
Entrance fee: HK$450, includes 2 drinks
Tickets: Fatsoma


The Pawn Ripper’s Sanatorium Halloween Party

The Pawn in Wanchai will turn into a hospital with 3 different themed rooms this Halloween.

The Ripper’s Sanatorium, which is a much more sinister sounding word than hospital, will be held on the first floor Botanicals Bar with cocktails served in blood bags and syringes.

Guests can enjoy their blood bag cocktail at a surgical table or one of the other hospital props at the party.

There will also be makeup artists, Halloween nibbles, best dressed prizes and different concoctions sponsored by Belvedere.

Venue: The Pawn, 62 Johnston Road Wan Chai
Date: 29 October
Time: 9pm till midnight
Entrance fee: HK$160 advance ticket. HK$199 at the door
Tickets: Ticketflap


Dead Not Alive Halloween Party

The ever-popular Dead Not Alive Halloween Party is back for its 9th year and will be held at Hullett House. And costumes are mandatory.

Undoubtedly one of Hong Kong’s sexiest parties, Dead Not Alive is taking over the luxury boutique hotel and restaurant and transforming it into a haunted party, including a haunted dungeon in the building’s historic Mariners’ Rest jail cells.

Dancers and models in costumes will roam among the guests and there will also be a special 3-course dinner and party package

Japanese hip hop act M-Flo will headline the party and perform in the main courtyard.

Venue: Hullett House, 1881 Heritage, 2A Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui.
Date: 29 October
Time: 8pm till late
Entrance fee: HK$600 advance ticket, includes 2 drinks. HK$800 at the door, includes 2 drinks.
Tickets: Alivenotdead

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