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Every Chinese village has at least one karaoke bar, every town has at least one nightclub and most big cities combine all facets of Chinese nightlife. Hong Kong features the highest cocktail bar in the world, Shanghai has plenty of jazz bars and trendy nightclubs, while Beijing is known for its operas. In short, wherever you find yourself in China, you’ll always find something to suit your party palate.
Chinese nightlife has it all; it is simply a matter of preference. In the large night clubs, keep in mind that it is customary to buy a ‘table for the night’ for a few hundred yuan. This usually comes with a bottled beverage, some fruit or snacks and personal service. If you are looking for something a little more low key, the many bars and shows provide a good alternative.