An empty Delaney’s bar in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Venues in Hong Kong’s two traditional nightlife hubs have suffered after year-long anti-government protests and the more recent Covid-19 epidemic. Photo: Winson Wong An empty Delaney’s bar in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Venues in Hong Kong’s two traditional nightlife hubs have suffered after year-long anti-government protests and the more recent Covid-19 epidemic. Photo: Winson Wong
An empty Delaney’s bar in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Venues in Hong Kong’s two traditional nightlife hubs have suffered after year-long anti-government protests and the more recent Covid-19 epidemic. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong nightlife districts Wan Chai and Lan Kwai Fong struggling to survive after year of turmoil

  • The devastating impact of the coronavirus on bars has added to already tough times that have seen tourists, sports fans and even US sailors stay away
  • Landlords in Wan Chai seem far more flexible when it comes to rent reductions than those in Lan Kwai Fong

Topic |   Food and Drinks
An empty Delaney’s bar in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Venues in Hong Kong’s two traditional nightlife hubs have suffered after year-long anti-government protests and the more recent Covid-19 epidemic. Photo: Winson Wong An empty Delaney’s bar in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Venues in Hong Kong’s two traditional nightlife hubs have suffered after year-long anti-government protests and the more recent Covid-19 epidemic. Photo: Winson Wong
An empty Delaney’s bar in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Venues in Hong Kong’s two traditional nightlife hubs have suffered after year-long anti-government protests and the more recent Covid-19 epidemic. Photo: Winson Wong
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