“Martini shaken, not stirred…” Everyone likes getting some James Bond/Secret Agent vibes now and then, here are some “hidden” speakeasies and secret bars for you to explore with your friends and enjoy a cool night out!

Room 309

You’re walking down the corridor of one of Hong Kong’s oldest boutique hotels, lavish decorations and antiques are put in the empty spaces between hotel room doors… You pull out your hotel card, it reads “ROOM 309”. You swipe it and brace yourself… for a full-fledged bar with “invisible cocktails” and a beautiful interior.

 

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Address:
3/F The Pottinger Hong Kong, 74 Queen’s Road Central, Central

001

Take a turn after the next vegetable stall at Wellington Street to find a black door with a very peculiar bell… Press it and enter one of the first speakeasies in Hong Kong.

 

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Address:
Shop 1, L/F, Welley Building, 97 Wellington Street, Central

Please Don’t Tell

Calling someone… Please Don’t Tell? Phoning someone at the phone booth? Press “1” to check out what’s on the other side of that thin wall.

 

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Address:
15 Queen’s Road Central, Central

Mrs. Pound

Right in plain sight, the stamp shop is not as innocent as you think. If you’re wondering why it never opens, press the right chop outside the door to find out. Find yourself transported to later 1950s in a bright and charismatic environment with delicious cocktails.

 

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Address:
6 Pound Lane, Sheung Wan

Foxglove

Ready for some real Kingsman vibes? Check out the entrance of Foxglove — if you can find it that is. Enter into a whole new dimension of Jazz and quality cocktails here back in the 1920s.

 

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Address:
G/F, 18 Ice House Street, 6 Duddell Street, Central

Ping Pong 129

Trying to stay healthy? Wrong place to come to, this is not your average Ping Pong parlour. Sit yourself down at this Gin parlour and sip on some innovative cocktails under neon signs saying “Train to stay healthy”.

 

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Address:
129 Second Street, L/G Nam Cheong House, Sai Ying Pun

Stockton

A dark street, secret entrance, and a dim-lit staircase… leading up to another speakeasy in Hong Kong, prized for its awesome band and original drinks. Have exploding candies with your whiskey and taste some really different cocktails with good music.

 

 

Address:
32 Wyndham Street, Central

 

With all the secrecy and effort taken to get to these bars, really take the time to enjoy what these bars and their mixologists have tried to create in these lovely spaces.