Aqua Spirit - Hongkong
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Aqua Spirit’s prime location on the 30th floor of the One Peking building is matched by its extensive list of chic cocktails, and neither one comes cheap. Expect to pay HKD $150 a glass, but considering the view and ambience, it’s not just a drink, but also an introduction to Hong Kong’s architecture elegance.
The slanted floor-to ceiling windows, the sultry deep red velvety décor and dimmed lighting create a sensual, suggestive atmosphere that commands intimacy. On theme nights, international DJs spin as Hong Kong socialites, expats, and corporate professionals dance the night away.
Listed as one of Conde Nast Travelers' top 100 new restaurants, this bar leans towards the pretentious side. Even if drinking is not really your thing, it is worth a trip up here to check out the drop dead gorgeous staff (you will not be alone!).
It is located in Kowloon’s shopping and restaurant hotspot, Tsim Sha Tsui.
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