We arrived at Zhongdian in the late evening, so, after we got the hotel we went out looking for a place to eat.
Not knowing where to go, we decided to follow the direction from where some music was coming.
In this way we ended up in the main square where there was music and a lot of people simply dancing in circle, young, old, families, just enjoying that evening together.
Now I do not know if this was a special event(That was not the impression) or if this happens every night, but it's worth going and give a look and, if not hungry and tired like we were, I think it's also worth joining in.
Dress Code: Whatever confortable.
This is Shangri-la's hippest drinking hole and the best place to get high on cheap Chinese beer. They've got a good range of other beers, chic waitresses and a groovy feel to the whole place.
Dress Code: Nobody will notice even if you come in here dressed like a woolly yak. Everyone was keen on having a good time yaking and shelling peanuts.
Tibetian Pub, You can enjoy Tibetian Beers and cigars ! WOW ! Hahaha...lol
This is actually a Tibetian 'cafe', we were tasting some of their foods especially 'Qing-Kuo Mien' a breakfast, it cost like RMB10.00, taste Okay, just one bowl for me.
The most hot pub in the old town is hazel bar, also locals come to the bar at night.
Beimen street is the main street for bar and restaurant.