Nightlife in Tianjin

Tianjin is fast becoming a major metropolitan of China and along with its booming businesses its entertainment options have grown drastically. Nightlife in Tianjin though not equal to the wild parties of its neighbouring city, Beijing and Shanghai has a number of different activities to satisfy ones every need, be it a party with neon lights or a quiet romantic dinner with your loved ones.
Scarlet and Sitong are some of the favourite night clubs amongst university students. This can be due to the fact that they are both situated within the close vicinity of Nankai and Tianjin Medical Universities as well as their special promotions. Scarlet has on an “All You Can Drink” promotion both on Friday and Saturday nights for just 80 RMB which includes all the drinks in the house as well as a free buffet. Sitong sees more foreigners than locals when compared to Scarlet and has less space, but they are both forerunners of party places in Tianjin. Club Coco offers more Chinese music and is a breather from the foreigners and boasts more space than both Scarlet and Sitong.
There are a number of chic restaurants famous for their Happy Hours and other promotions. Most happy hours are between 5pm and 7.30pm and are the perfect excuse to hold a party, combine drinks with dinner or just to chill at a bar. Chateau 35 Wine Bar and Bristo is for those with a taste for western food. This sophisticated yet cosy restaurant offers pizzas, juicy imported stakes, blackened salmon and international wine and beer.  One might visit Haru Haru for a fusion between western and eastern cuisines. The staffs who speak four languages will serve you hot platters of Japanese food in a laidback Californian style. Helen’s Café didn’t earn its name as being the cheapest drinking joint for nothing! It offers a number of fabulous promotions daily and every hour is happy hour at this unique café.
Of the dozens of karaoke bars in Tianjin, Holiday and Pearl of the Orient rule at the top. They not only offer the latest technology, hottest tracks, is located in the hippest parts of town but charges reasonable prices with a number of special offers in store. A good movie at the cinema and top it off with a burger and a few drinks might be the definition of a chilled out night for some. There a number of cinemas for those people to enjoy including Wanda International Cineplex and the Xingmei International Cineplex. 
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A Paradise For Party Animal – Tianjin Nightlife

China’s third largest city, Tianjin is a boomtown where some of the major international companies have their headquarters and it is also a big university town full of both Chinese and foreign students. Added to this is the city’s 10 million plus population, a mix that ensures a definite uptick in its nightlife scene.

Until recently the city’s nightlife choices were mainly to be found in the hotels. While new venues have begun popping up all over, the city has also provided plenty of eating and drinking options to suit every taste and budget. Dance clubs are also very much a part of the Tianjin nightlife scene. Scarlet is one such club located opposite the Tianjin University, popular with Chinese and foreign students and packed every Friday and Saturday nights. Sitong, in the basement of the Olympic Hotel is reputedly the most popular music bar in the city with the best DJ and a live band. The vibe is electric there. Le Nest with its Russian go-go dancers, laser lighting and heavy techno music is another popular hangout spot.

Eating and drinking venues catering to local and international clientele are scattered around the city, tucked away in the former international concession areas and in the up market city hotels, serving a range of western and Asian cuisine. Alibaba, popular with students serves western food, cheap beer and has table football. Hanks Sports Bar and Grill, a foreign owned café, serves American food from noon till late evening and is a popular hangout spot for expat families.

Another well known place is Pepper, a Korean inspired restaurant. Spot Café in Heping District serves coffee, tea and pastries and hosts cultural events on a regular basis. Rainbow Pub set up like an English country pub and featuring a live band is a favourite with locals. Hundreds of similar places cater to the growing demand for night time entertainment. Dong Fang Zhi Zhu is said to be the best place for after hours eating serving dim sum and other Chinese food. Noisy crowds throng the place till the wee hours of the morning.

Although the live music scene in Tianjin is mainly made up of traditional Chinese and classical music performances at the Tianjin concert hall and punk, metal and rock gigs at 13 club and Riff Live House, moves are being made to expand the choice with the opening of a jazz club. The music scene is also enlivened by concerts from visiting artistes.

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