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Q: what are some nice outdoor drinking spots in Shenzhen?

9 years 40 weeks ago in  Food  - Shenzhen

 
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Club viva is popular, it’s always a hotspot on Friday and Saturday. Of course what’s great about it is its large outdoor patio seating. The terrace is good too, because as the name suggests they have a big out door terrace.

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Well Shenzhen is huge.  If you are near Shekou then there are plenty including Luna Bar, Senior frogs, and lots of places surrounding those locations.

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Go to Coco park. Just tell the taxi: qing qu Coco (English sounds: ching choo coco park), Don't go to the mall, go across the street and you'll find a strip of bars that are out doors, viva club is cool.. Theres a WEB international near there, if you see that you are in the right place. 

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If you fancy having a drink outside in the fresh air you could consider doing what I do...buy some takeaways from the nearest little shop and pull up a pew where ever you happen to be.  Under a tree is better.

 

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if you like out door quiet place , i suggest you go to OCT,i know a place behind happy valley ,where is good for casually meeting friends , talk and drink ,. Price is not really high. 

if you want to know the exact place ,contact me !

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Shekou... sea world. Hands down.

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In Dali last week I found a ripper of an outside drinking spot.  I realise Dali isn't very handy to Shenzhen but I offer this for your information only. 

The place was called 'Bad Monkey' and you have a choice of 4 different locally micro brewed beers.  All ice cold.  I can vouch for the fact the Pale Ale is addictive.

You should go there.

 

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