The St. Regis Tianjin will be throwing a fantastic "beach party” at its newly opened St. Regis River Lounge by covering the 800-square metre bar with natural beach sand.
A variety of amazing foods and drinks such as tropical cocktails, refreshing draft beers, and Amercan-style BBQ will be on offer.
The party will be even more spiced up with passionate samba, salsa and merengue music. Those who love sports can have fun playing beach volleyball, and there will be a special recreation corner for kids.
Time: June 14th, 12:00 noon - 12:00 midnight
RMB 358 net
Although Tianjin is not renowned for having a particularly wild party scene and compared with cities such as Beijing and Shanghai may seem rather tame, it definitely possesses the right ingredients for a fun and often unexpectedly entertaining night out. A number of popular nightclubs, frequented by expats and locals alike, can provide the backdrop for a night of drinking, dancing and general banter between Chinese and foreign party-goers.
If you ask any respectable Tianjin club-goer which nightclubs would be on their list there is no doubt that both Scarlet and