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Q: Play billiards in Guangzhou?

9 years 46 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Guangzhou

 
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LA City Pool Town, it's near the garden hotel so it's extremely popular. Besides billiards they have darts, video games ect. Juxing Pool Club is pretty cool too, this place although smaller has more snooker tables. Pro Base Pool Bar is more of a luxury club than a pool hall. They have a selection of wines available as well as KTV rooms for rent.

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The Tavern in New Town isn't bad. Its a good atmosphere but only one table.

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You could try the Hua Tai hotel opposite to the Sun Yat Sen cancer hospital at dongfeng dong lu. they have nice boards for both snooker and pool. they even have bowling lanes. 35 rmb per hour for playing pool and snooker though.

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