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Q: Popular nightclubs in Guangzhou?

9 years 38 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Guangzhou

 
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Here is a link.

Disclaimer: first picture is a scantily-clad woman, dressed in latex and holding something menacingly in front of a caged man, also mysteriously dressed in an SDM outfit.

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I know one, near to Baiyun Hotel, called M8 night club. Smile

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M8 sucks!!!....bunch of whores destroyed the place.. I really hate that place..
Hipsy Gipsy is also messed up too with whores...Frankly speaking..most of the clubs are polluted with whores

Though there is one nice club, it's new and near by the river side...COCO TRACK!...nice place to hang out...

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