The National Centre for the Performing Arts is the top performing arts centre in China with its fabulous and international performances and stunning building.
As a new representative of the third generation of small theaters in China, it not only has perfect hardware facilities and excellent performances, but also regularly hosts various cultural activities every year.
This pub offers many wines suitable for ladies.
Seen from the outside, this café looks a little small and old, which is just like what the owner of thi
1901 café can be quite a special place to enjoy a cup of coffee.
The NBeer Pub, just a couple paces from the Ping'anli Station, could make a beer nerd out of you, whether you like it or not.
Seen from the outside, this seems like an odd collection of café meets library meets trinket sale. Somehow...
Founded in 2009 in Nanluoguxiang, the tiny cafe&bar provides live music and delicious coffee.
The Gulou area Raj is situated in a charming courtyard just west of the Drum Tower and boasts a large terrace with a fantastic view of the surrounding hutongs.
Located behind a small park on the south shore of Houhai, Tao Yao Bar is a tranquil, Tibetan-themed escape from the neon noise of the nearby beer bars.