Hong Kong is giving away one million ‘Night Treats’ to visitors

Here’s everything you need to know about Hong Kong’s free dining vouchers for travelers starting November.

Starting November and continuing through the Christmas season, Hong Kong will be offering one million free “Hong Kong Night Treats” dining vouchers, each valued at HK$100. These vouchers can be redeemed for a HK$100 discount on food and drinks at participating bars and restaurants after 6 pm.

The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) has lined up a series of thrilling events from October to December. Participating bars and restaurants across Hong Kong will be ready to welcome guests with open arms, offering an unforgettable culinary experience.


Hong Kong WinterFest: Hong Kong has one of the most exhilarating Christmas vibes in Asia. The popular “Hong Kong WinterFest” will be celebrated with the giant Christmas tree at Victoria Harbour, making it a must-visit Christmas photo spot, brimming with a joyous atmosphere.

Taste Around Town: Join a culinary journey through Hong Kong’s world-renowned bar and dining culture. Featuring well-received “Chinese Master Chefs’ Curation,” locals and visitors can try classic dishes with a twist. Alternatively, they can explore the unique Hong Kong bar-hopping experience.

Open-Top Bus Night Tour: Visitors to Hong Kong can enjoy a special offer for an open-top bus night tour to experience the city’s enchanting nighttime beauty. From November 2023 to January 2024, visitors can purchase a HK$20 ticket at bus terminals for an unforgettable journey on one of three designated routes after 6 pm. These routes will take passengers through popular attractions and iconic landmarks on Hong Kong Island and in Kowloon, providing a captivating glimpse of the city’s night scenery.


Clockenflap: Hong Kong’s biggest international outdoor music and arts festival is primed to deliver an unforgettable night of entertainment. This major international outdoor event, taking place at Central Harbourfront fromDecember 1 to December 3, 2023, features an impressive line-up boasting an eclectic and diverse array of internationally acclaimed acts to regional and local artists including PULP, Joji, Yoasobi, Caroline Polachek, and IDLES.

Hong Kong New Year Countdown Celebrations: The year will culminate in the countdown celebrations featuring spectacular fireworks display across Victoria Harbour. Usher in 2024 and send greetings to the world amidst the scenic harbour views.

What’s more, major malls are extending their hours, transforming the shopping landscape into a haven for night owls and hardcore shoppers alike. This provides the ideal opportunity to indulge in retail therapy well into the evenings.


While the “Hong Kong Night Treats” cannot be used for the following October events, they are certainly not to be missed.

“Hallo” Hong Kong Halloween: Look out for adorable Halloween friends across Hong Kong! Smiley pumpkins, mischievous spirits and candy pops will show up in different corners of Hong Kong. From October 15, visitors can take photos with the whimsical and creative Halloween-themed décor at HKTB visitor centers, MTR stations, sight-seeing transport facilities and various hotspots across the city.

Visitors are also in for more surprises as some of Hong Kong’s signature attractions are joining in the Halloween fun, from Hong Kong Disneyland Resort and Sky100 to LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Hong Kong and more! And for visitors who love the hair-raising fun, brace for a thrilling adventure at the Ocean Park Halloween Fest 2023 untilOctober 31, 2023! Get transported to the spine-tingling realm of School of Unending Horror, where six haunted houses of different themes, multiple performances and diverse family-friendly attractions will set the heart pounding.

The Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival: The much anticipated “Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival” will return to the Central Harbourfront from October 26 to 29 after a five-year hiatus. This year’s edition will not only continue the tradition of bringing together fine wine from around the world, including 36 countries, such as France and Italy, but also introduce wines from emerging regions, such as Finland. The event will boast nearly 300 booths showcasing global food and wine offerings, as well as a suite of interactive workshops led by celebrity chefs—He Jiansheng from Shunde, Guangdong and award-winning Taiwanese baker Wu Pao-chun, for food lovers of all ages. Eligible overseas visitors will also receive a free cocktail on arrival. 

To stay updated on all the exciting nighttime activities in Hong Kong, visit Night Vibes HK.

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