The 5 Best Things to Do This Week in Suzhou

By That's Suzhou, February 12, 2018

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That's Suzhou picks the best things to do in the city each week.


All Month Long: Yuehu Tai Musical Fountains Show

Musical Fountains Show Suzhou
Available every Saturday evening in February and March, and also on February 16 and 18 during Chinese New Year, the impressive light show has moved from Jinji Lake in the SIP to this new location.

Every Saturday (February to March), and Friday, February 16 & Sunday, February 18, 7-7.30pm, free. Yuehu Tai, see event listing.

All Month Long: Cocktail Happy Hour at Mariana Lounge, Crowne Plaza Suzhou

Cocktail happy hour
The winter is here and temperatures are dropping. Need something to warm you up during these lazy afternoons? Look no more! On weekdays from 5-8pm, head over to Mariana Lounge for a cocktail free-flow while enjoying tunes from house pianist Gino starting from 6pm.

Every week, Mon-Fri, 5-8pm. Mariana Lounge, Crowne Plaza Suzhou, see event listing.

All Month Long: Auspicious Omens - Yan Xiaojing Solo Exhibition at Suzhou Museum

Suzhou Gallery
Toronto-based Chinese-Canadian contemporary artist Yan Xiaojing showcases her talent in a series of sculptures and installations inspired by elements found in nature, including water droplets, fungi, and insects at the Suzhou Museum.

Daily, opening hours. Suzhou Museum, see event listing.

All Month Long: Discover Wellness at SANGHA by OCTAVE

Octave
SANGHA by Octave is offering a two days one night package that includes accommodation at the AT ONE Wellness Hotel, and access to a range of wellness programs and learning workshops. Starts from RMB12,000, and a three days’ advance reservation is recommended.

Ongoing, RMB12,000 and up. SANGHA by OCTAVE, see event listing.

Feb 14: Valentine's Day at Pan Pacific Suzhou

Valentine's Day at Pan Pacific Suzhou
To celebrate the most romantic day of the year, Pan Pacific Suzhou is offering three special staycation packages for you and your loved one. For a "Delicious" stay, couples can enjoy a meal at Garden Brasserie and stay the night in a Deluxe Room (RMB1,188), or enjoy a "Romantic" stay in the same room type with a meal at Keyaki Japanese Restaurant (RMB1,528). But for those who want to splurge and spoil your special someone, opt for the "Premium" stay in the Pacific Club Diplomat Suite, which comes with an exclusive in-room dining privilege (RMB5,888).

Feb 14, Pan Pacific Suzhou, see event listing.


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