At the end of Party Pier, adjacent to the Zhujiang Beer Museum, is JZ Club, housed in a colossal cask-shaped exhibit aptly named the ‘Bucket’. It sports the same moniker as its famed parent, JZ Club Shanghai, whose space is crucial to the history of jazz in China. For the past 11 years, it has hosted nearly every major player in the genre, and unlike so much else in the country, it remains a classic – untouched by the forces that turn destinations into tourist traps and sap the character that distinguishes them in the first place.
See our review of JZ Club here.
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