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Q: Where do all the foreigners hang out in Guangzhou?

I love living in Guangzhou but sometimes I feel like being in more "familiar" cultural surroundings. Where are some cool spots that my fellow expats like to hang out?

9 years 46 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Guangzhou

 
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The places that foreigners seem to hang out in Guangzhou are all on Huanshi Donglu and Taojin Street. Try Gipsy King Bar or Mexico Bar to meet with other expats.

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Does anyone know where I can find some Chinese decent chicks that like to hang out rather than funny business??
Every club I go to, they are filled up with street girls (you know what I mean)....

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9 years 29 weeks ago
 
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I don't do bars or pubs but pretty much every expat I know goes to these places:

Hooley's Irish Pub and Restaurant, 2 Tian He Bei Lu, Guangzhou (020) 3886 2675

Paddy Field, G/F, Central Plaza, 38 Huale Rd. (a side drive behind the Garden Hotel) Tel: 83601379

Elephant & Castle, 363 Huanshi Dong Rd. (Near Baiyun Hotel) Tel: 8359 3309

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The ones that are "working" are upfront about it the "normal" ones are in denial but want the something... Money, gifts, travel, things, go abroad... They don't screw or date for fun but to trap you into marriage. Wink

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Another cool spot for foreigners to hang out would be Xingguo Road, Liede, Zhujiang New Town. Whole street lined up with nice foods and bars.

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