Dragon-i Hong Kong has been around since 1967, making it one of the longest running nightclubs on the island. This stylish nightlife and dining venue is often packed with a diverse crowd looking to eat, drink, dance and generally have a fun time throughout the week.
Décor in Dragon-i Hong Kong is a blend of traditional Chinese with modern touches like quality sound system, while its music policy covers mostly dance music, depending on the DJ for the day (and night). Contemporary Asian food is served during the day, and the club starts getting busy from 10pm onwards. Dragon-i Club Hong Kong enforces a relatively strict dress code policy – expect fashion-forward elites carrying designer handbags, and suited businessmen popping champagne in VIP booths. The nightclub is split up into 3 zones, each has its own bar and dancefloor with elevated DJ booths. You’ll also find seating booths if you want a break from dancing – these include swanky VIP booths, where you get table service and good views of the club.
Dragon-i Club Hong Kong’s music policy caters for many tastes, with the main room playing mainstream hip hop, R&B and EDM tracks. Explore the club’s other areas to find more of an underground, bass-heavy set. Located in The Centrium, Dragon-i Club Hong Kong is easily reachable from the MTR Central Station. Head towards Lan Kwai Fong and the club is just around the back on Wyndham Street.
- Dragon-i has been a popular club in Hong Kong for over a decade
- Located in Lan Kwai Fong, an short walk from the MTR station
- Quality sound system with a blend of traditional Chinese and modern design
- Contemporary Asian fusion food served during the day for lunch and dinner, with the club getting busy after 1oPM
- Strict dress code policy
- Features mostly EDM and dance music
Where is Dragon-i located?
Dragon-i is located on Wyndham St in Lan Kwai Fong
How much is cover charge at Dragon-i?
Drop sometimes charges cover of around HK$100-300 depending on the night. Bottle service requests are available and entry is at the doorman’s discretion.
How long will I have to wait at Dragon-i?
Expect to wait anywhere from 20-30 min depending on when you arrive.
When is Dragon-i open?
Dragon-i is open everyday except Tuesdays and Sundays. They are also for lunch everyday except Tuesdays.
What are the best nights to go to Dragon-i?
The best nights to go to Dragon-i are Fridays and Saturdays, or when they have special events on.
What is the dress code at Dragon-i?
Dress to impress! They have a strict dress code policy: Collared shirt / jeans / dress covered shoes for guys. Avoid anything that can be considered sportswear (track jackets, jerseys, sneakers, hats, etc). Unless you’re a celebrity – in that case you can dress however you please.
How much do drinks cost at Dragon-i?
Expect to pay 90-120 for cocktails.
What kind of music do they play at Dragon-i?
Dragon-i features mostly EDM, with some top 40 and hip-hop.
Where can I find a list of upcoming events / DJs at Dragon-i?