The Treehouse: The House of Madness

Though you may not imagine so upon first entry, The Treehouse is popular haunt hidden at the back of Batou Village. No piece of furniture here seems to be the

SINGLE BUT NOT LONELY: SINGLE BAR & RESTAURANT

While living in Dongguan (which for me has been just about three weeks), people often say that all the best fun happens at the expat hotspots around Dongcheng. I wanted

It Might Get Loud: Hutaoli Music Restaurant & Bar

Located in Vanke City Plaza, Dongcheng, it’s a bit outside the well-traveled Bar Street area, but worth the detour. As you approach the mall and see the jungle covering the

Bad Monkey: The Worst Ape of All

It seemed odd that the name and logo of this bar is exactly the same as the now famous establishment in Dali. And though it wasn’t clear if the two

Temple Bar and Brewery: A Pint for the Gods

Tucked slightly into a narrow alley, at some far-off industrial area in Nancheng is a petite Chinese house with just enough room for a plain picnic table, opposite a finely

N Deli: Not Quite A Deli

When walking into N Deli it is easy to wonder what this place actually makes. It certainly doesn’t look like a quaint spot that might sell prepared foods like Corner’s

NEMO Bar: Finding Nemo is easy

It was just past midnight when I stumbled upon NEMO, a budding bar nestled in Dongcheng’s upper walking street. A quaint place surrounded by obscure retail shops and a few

Getting Ziggy with it: Ziggy’s Bar & Grill (CHANG’AN)

Ziggy’s Bar & Grill (CHANG’AN) Dongguan expats are, all-too-often, known to restrict themselves to their cosy Dongcheng confines, but those that dare venue off the beaten track are often richly

Bar Review: The Groove Cafe

A Groovy Kinda Place: The Groove Cafe They come and they go; they come and they go. Making your mark on the Dongguan bar scene is tough, staying their even

H is For Hip: H Club

Dongguan nightclubs come and go, but with H Club there is a new kid on the block and he is eager to show his swagger. Built and designed by the