everybody dance now!
to the beat of the happy birthday song techno version :)
this place is jampacked with lots of young people. no entrance fee, that's nother reason why it's a fullhouse, probly.
anyway, great sound system and lights. it's got two floors, dance floor is on the ground floor. if u just wanna watch ppl dance, stay on the second floor and watch the sea of swaying bodies. beer's cheap too. around 10RMB
Dress Code: no dress code
eat and drink and watch beautiful belly dance number.
this is viceroy sky lounge. located on the 18th floor of a hotel, this spacious yet cozy place gives a good view of shenzhen.
their non vegetarian menu really rocks! beer costs a lot more than average but it makes up for the ambience, great sounds and entertainment.
Dress Code: no dress code required
Shenzhen is a city, wherein you can find lot of places to hang around if you want to have some fun at nights.
Surprisingly, most of them do play english songs. Though the flavour you would find would be Rap musik or reggae...Michelle, plays Rap music most of the times. Ubar, pop and soft rock whereas True colour in Dongmen area plays pretty cool trance music...
gals are beautiful and if you are a lone expat out here, then you can surely find a company or two at the end of the night...lot of expats come to pubs / bars in shenzhen to make friends and to talk business and look for some contacts too...
Dress Code: Ubar in Jiabin Road sometimes organizes dress code parties...for details you can try to find details on www.shenzhenparty.com site.
This is one of the longest established pub in Sehnzhen, it opened in 1999 two years after Hong Kong returned to China. Many celabs from Hong Kong liked to visit here or one of their chains.
The pub itself is not very big especially the pool. It separates into two parts, one is night club where you can enjoy light meals and singing; the other is dancing pool where you can dacne. I don't think it'd have been fun if you "expect" to fish... My only purpose there was to enjoy music and feel ambience of BIG city; I was very satisfied.
Drink there is not cheap in terms of Chinese standard, a shot of Scottish is RMB30~48. I had whiskey and coke (or Jack coke), and it cost me RMB53.
Dress Code: Not really...
Thursday night is open mic night, with 15+ different local musicicans playing music or doing spoken work it's hard not to get into the fun mood. Fridays and Saturdays have more live music with different rotating acts playing very cool, not to mainstream poppy tunes!
The food is also awesome and a huge selection of beers!
Dress Code: Casual
Great place for regular Shekou people, lots of Texas and Oklahoma and other oil workers. It's like a Texas bar, good people, nice and cheap drinks, and great music, that's why it attracts so many people living in Shekou *(shenzhen)* Darts and foosball too!, sports and other interesting stuff on the tv (3 different screens)!.
Definitely check it out!
Dress Code: informal
Located in the heart of Shekou entertainment district, with the finest live band and both American & Thai Food with als good old American bar food and salads. A Filipino band with a talented musical director, Leon Durupt, a Canadian who has been singing in China for 7 years. A large balcony is great for food and getting a rest from the excitement. Opening Hours: 9 AM-2:30 AM Kitchen opening hour 11:30-16:00, 17:30-1:30
I was there in June, I stayed till the 4:30 am. The live rock music is played till the midnight. There is nice rock atmosphere. The enterance is free. You can enjoy a lot. I will go again if go to Shenzhen again.
Dress Code: casual
Ancient Flower God Dance with flowers on their hands.. supprised to see all these female performancers are in height above 180cm.
3 hours Non-stopped performence from 19:30pm till 22:00pm. This was really worth to watch. A great chace to know the culture of China in briefly.
Live band from Australia... Nice for chilling out after crazy week of heavy loading work!
Dress Code: Smart casual, please! Or you may find yourself not fit the place.