Tikitiki Bowling Bar opened just a couple of weeks ago in Sai Kung, a town in Hong Kong. It’s a big operation: ten lanes, multiple drinking and dining areas, and a live music venue, each themed a bit differently.
The bowling alley is called Krakatoa Lanes, and has lava-inspired light fixtures, and fluorescent neon bowling pins and balls, lit with blacklight. Above the lanes is a massive video screen, flashing tropical and party scenes.
The main bar is called Sea Dogs & Mermaids, it’s shaped like a ship and has nautical decor, and serves the tiki classics in tiki mugs.
A sit-down restaurant with table service is called Beach Bums & Cannibals; it has eggplant purple walls, purple shag throw rugs, and carved tiki panels around the room.
Other areas include the Island of the Gods, an outdoor dining area, and the Octopus’s Garden, with live music acts.
Headed to Hong Kong? Please swing by and let Critiki know what you think!
- Tikitiki Bowling Bar in Hong Kong [Critiki]
- Tikitiki Bowling Bar [official website]
- Tikitiki Bowling Bar [Facebook page]