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Q: Where’s the best place to go dancing in Tianjin?

8 years 32 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Tianjin

 
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The public park closest to your home.

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IMHO Scarlet Bar over on Weijin Lu near Tianjin University is the best dancing place in the city. Then again I’m into hip hop and crowded dance floors and I come mostly for the 80rmb wristband that gets me an All I Can Drink and Eat deal. Ive also had my nights at Sitong over in the basement of the Olympic Towers in Chengdu Dao and the nightly band that plays there (from the Philippines) does good covers of dance songs and r&b.

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