In tourist areas, Hong Kong’s bars and pubs scene is more than varied: faux British and Irish pubs rub shoulders with slick contemporary cocktail bars. Knutsford Terrace, a pedestrian street in Tsim Sha Tsui, has a laid-back atmosphere with bar tables spilling outdoors. The grandaddy of the bar scene, Lan Kwai Fong,is still a magnet for the well-heeled drinking crowd; a few streets away, the smaller cosy bars and pubs around Soho’s Staunton and Elgin Streets beckon. Wan Chai bars range from lively open-fronted ones to the go-go variety. Tsim Sha Tsui is one of the tourist favorites when it comes to nightlife in Hong Kong. Here you'll find the sophisticated Sky Lounge, which boasts dramatic views over the port; and the lively Bahama Mama's. Felix at Peninsula Hotel is still considered one of the finest in Hong Kong. More high-class waterholes in Central Hong Kong, around Lan Kwai Fong.