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Chengdu Nightlife

Chengdu is the home town of Pandas in a "Land of Abundance", is not only famed for profound and intensive culture, but also noted for its colorful nightlife here. From traditional teahouse, mahjong, theaters to modern bars and nightclubs, Chengdu converts into a party playground before sunset.


Face-changing and Sichuan Opera Show

Chengdu is one of the cradles of Sichuan opera, which is the most representative opera in Sichuan area and also existent in other areas such like Chongqing, Guizhou, Yunnan, Hubei and Taiwan provinces of China.The traditional performing formula is quite systematic in that it combines the stunts like face-changing, Tihuiyan, sword-hiding, fire-spitting and beard-changing with the plot and different characters, highlighting the romanticism of opera in a magical and exaggerated manner.Currently, there are several theatres in Chengdu which have Sichuan Opera performance for visitors among which Shu Feng Ya Yun, Jin Jiang Theatre and Wu hou theatre are most popular. However, Shu Feng Ya Yun is always the highly recommended one as the local favorite.Shu Feng Ya Yun teahouse is located in Chengdu Culture Park on Qintai Road


Jinli Ancient Street

Jinli Old Street enhances the evening haze with its red lanterns that burn throughout the morning. It is one of the oldest shopping streets, strolling down the narrow street, you will find yourself surrounded by the a world of stores selling Shu Embroidery, lacquer products, folk handicrafts, curios, calligraphies and paintings. On the street, you could witness the real Chengdu local life and authentic culture.


Jiuyanqiao Bridge Bar Street

Jiuyanqiao Bridge is a club mecca. There are a dozen large danceclubs here and at least another dozen small bars around the bridge area. The bridge one of the largest to span the Fu Nan River and is just a few minutes from downtown. Down the street from Jiuyanqiao, heading west along the riverside, are several large bars with outside seating that serve food all night. There are a few other bars along the river, heading ever further west toward the Xinnanmen Bus Station and the Traffic Hotel. Dave's Oasis is an old standby, having been around since the late 1990s (as Paul's Oasis). Dave's is a tiny little bar across the river from the Traffic Hotel with thousands of names written all over the walls. They serve cheap cold beers and have good music. Right next to the Laonanmen Bridge - the bridge next to the huge boat - is the Jah Bar, a great place for live music, cheap beers and good people. Across from the boat - an iconic structure on the river since the 1990s - is a plaza with several Chinese-style clubs and bars.


Kuan Zhai Alley

Kuan Zhai Xiang Zi in Chinese literally means "Wide and Narrow Alleys". Here they particularly referred to the two famous lanes in Chengdu – Kuan Alley (wide lane) and Zhai Ally ( narrow Lane). Both Kuan Alley and Zhai Alley (Kuan Zhai Xiang Zi) are the gentrified ancient alleys from Qing Dynasty ( 1644 -1911 ) in Chengdu.Ranking as one of the finest pedestrian thoroughfares in downtown Chengdu, Kuan-Zhai Lane offers a visually pleasing blend of traditional Sichuan architecture fused with modern Chengdu commerce. Dozens of quadrangle homes built in the Qing style stand nestled between fashionable cafés, nightclubs and clothing boutiques; and visitors can sip tea in a traditional tea house on Kuan before grabbing a beer at a trendy bar just one street away over on Zhai.

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