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Q: Where is a cool place to throw a birthday bash for children/adults?

I want to know what you think is a good place to have a birthday bash. Any cool place that you know of? And please don't say in your bedroom you weirdo!

7 years 25 weeks ago in  General  - China

 
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 well another exciting question,,, well logically and for convinience the kids birthday party is in the parents home. no need to get crazy, the kids will have just as much fun.

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well it may sound rude but to be frank i say it depends on money also..how much you are willing to pay and what kind of food your are providing and how about the palate of guests....for adults..some of my friends took to KTV..some just made it at local decent restaurant and so do i...for one of my colleagues kid they even decorated the room little bit probably because we were regular to that restaurant..it was of medium quality...

 

if you have many guests i would recommend or i prefer to make it at not so cheap-not so expensive restaurant where they can provide a private room for guest...and you can plan ahead...well it also depends if there is no problem of cleaning the rooms/dishes after party by host....home is cool..but from my past experience, i don't do it at home anymore because after all gone i was left alone to clean up the mess and while doing cost benefit analysis, outside at a place where i could afford was the best option...

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seen many chinese children celebrating birthday at KFC and Pizza Hut.. they have packages for that i think.. children love that the most it seems.. happily running around... they celebrate it with their friends... very few parents just to control them... its ur childs day.. not one for us to increase our social network!!

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well i won't tell anyone you have kids birthday parties in your bedroom 

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Just give em a ball and let them play in the street.

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