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Beijing Nightlife


Beijing Nightlife China - When looking for Beijing nightlife to explore during your stay in the city, you might want to check out San Li Tun. It is there where an assortment of Beijing nightlife options can be enjoyed, including jazz clubs like Jazz Ya, which is quite popular among locals and tourists. Down the street, the nightlife in Beijing continues down the street with the Golden Elephant offering a nice night out.

To explore the sounds of Cuba, the beats and rhythm fills the air at the Havana Café. Additional places to check out the Beijing nightlife scene includes the Nightman Disco on 2 Xi Ba He Nan Li, the Rock'n'Roll Disco on 1 Nongzhanguan Nan Lu, as well as the P.J. O'Reilly's Irish Pub located in Dong Cheng District.

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Nightman Disco
2 Xi Ba He Nan Li
Beijing, China
This is one of the more popular clubs situated in the city. Head for the Chao Yang District when you wish to check out the nightlife in Beijing.


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Rock'n'Roll Disco
1 Nongzhanguan Nan Lu
Beijing, China
To dance the night away, this is a great disco to explore. Drive towards the south gate of Chaoyang Park to find this entertaining establishment.


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Velvet Room
Beijing, China
When you are in the mood to work up a sweat on the dance floor, this is a decent local club to seek out. Here, Friday nights offer a local DJ, while other nights provide different theme nights.


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Blue Jay
44-4 Chengfu Lu
Beijing, China
The crowd that mostly frequents this scene is often comprised of students. This joint is situated in the Hai Dian District, situated west of Language and Culture University.


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Havana Cafe
Gong Ti Bei Men North Road
Beijing, China
The type of atmosphere and music offered at this nightlife selection deals with Latin rhythms. This café can be found close to the north gate of Workers’ Stadium.


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P.J. O'Reilly's Irish Pub
18 Jian Guo Men Avenue
Beijing, China
This is a great place to have an ice-cold beer in a pub atmosphere. When you head for the Dong Cheng District, you will find yourself at the Henderson Center South Building.

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Jazz Ya
18 Sanlitun North Street (Bar Street)
Beijing, China
If jazz is your type of music, you will especially enjoy a visit to this establishment. This hot spot is situated in an alley located opposite the China Commercial Bank.


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Lan Kwai Fong Bar
66 San Li Tun North Bar Street
Beijing, China
When visiting this establishment, you will encounter an atmosphere that mixes Chinese and European flavor. This bar is situated within the Chao Yang District.

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