Guangzhou Bar street
Huanshi Lu Bar Street, Guangzhou
Huanshi Lu Bar Street
When partying on Huanshi Street you will mingle with the local expatriates who live and work within the vicinity. Each weekend, popular clubs Boxcar and Color Riot are packed with mostly foreign faces. People spill out into the street causing quite a scene; the hustle and bustle might even remind you of New York or London. There are even many places dedicated to watching soccer/football matches where the fans get quite rowdy. This is a land free of borders - truly international.
Mandarin Village’s specialty is its bars, which all resemble magnificent villas draped with plants and bright color designs. The sensual lights and sounds emitting from these bars is enough to make even the shyest party-goer want to boogie. If you feel like taking a break from the music, grab a friend and make sure to check out the outdoor patio for quick rest.
When you finish dancing and are looking for a place to really chill out try Sleeper. Here you can rub shoulders with high society - and we mean really high. Be ready to drop 300 yuan for a cold beer!
Yanjiang Lu Bar Street, Guangzhou
Yanjing Lu Bar Street
From Renjing Road head west to enjoy the many hotspots, including: Rolling Rock Club, Aiqun Mansion's Jazz Club, and Cherry. Keep winding along the river to see Howl, Happy Bar, Cafe1920, The Spot, and Babyface. These destinations are all guaranteed to help you get your groove on in style. All the buildings here are refurbished older buildings redesigned with style and modernity in mind, a style that visitors are not soon to forget. Consider Flower Street's "90". It's on the corner of Jiefang South Street corner. In years past, this building was used as a power plant. Nowadays this former utility building has been remodeled into an open air good-time emporium. Next, there is Howl, another former power plant transformed into a nightlife hotspot. Today, these former plants are the toast of the town amongst young professionals. Many of the patrons are also tourists from abroad.
Bai’etan Bar Street
Swan Pool Bar Street
Swan Pool Bar Street is considered to be the supreme of supremes. It is designed with a European riverside motif. It is unique district in terms of Chinese nightlife and attracts many visitors both from all over the world. In this district chic is the norm and a single bottle of beer goes for around 100 RMB here. Located close to the Fangcun subway station, this is a hotspot that is easy to get to but hard to escape from.