Rugby Fans Guide to Hong Kong (Sponsored Feature)
The Hong Kong Sevens is not just about rugby. The party atmosphere that accompanies the event is as big
an attraction as the thrilling action on the pitch. And, it can be felt all across town. Here is a quick guide to
finding the best places to watch live broadcasts with other fans, getting in on some pre- and post-match parties,
and having a great weekend of eating, drinking and people-watching.
1. New Central Harbourfront (Hong Kong)
The matches will be broadcast live at the HK7s Official Fans Party* at the Hong Kong Observation Wheel, located at the New Central Harbourfront. Fans can cheer while enjoying food and drinks, and party to great music and entertainment performances.
* Entrance fee applies and inclusive of complimentary drinks.
2. Lan Kwai Fong and Soho (Hong Kong)
The world-renowned party district in the heart of the city is home to over 100 restaurants, bars and clubs, making it the ideal place for anyone looking to have a good time. There is something for everyone, whether you’re roaring at live scores, celebrating with drinks or dancing till dawn.
3. Wan Chai (Hong Kong)
With its heart in Jaffe and Lockhart Roads, the famous district is lined with every type of bar imaginable, offering open air seats, discos and live music. Hop from one bar to another to catch all the Rugby Sevens action, and watch the fans outdo each other parading the streets with colourful and exotic costumes well into the wee hours.
4. Tsim Sha Tsui (Kowloon)
A wide array of party venues can be found throughout this section of Kowloon. Tsim Sha Tsui East and
Knutsford Terrace are major locations for late night fun; navigate the hidden watering holes scattered along
narrower streets – keep an ear out for cheers and roars.