The 6 Best Things to Do This Week in Suzhou

By That's Suzhou, February 27, 2018

0 0

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

All Weekend Long: Auténtico Mexicano Weekend Brunch at El Luchador

Auténtico Mexicano Weekend Brunch at El Luchador
Brunch with a punch... of flavor! Come for El Luchador's brunch of champions every weekend, where they'll be serving authentic Mexican food starting from just RMB65 per person! For only RMB128 more, you can enjoy free flow sparkling and hibiscus mimosas. 

Every week, Saturday-Sunday, 11am-2pm, RMB65-RMB193. El Luchador Tacos & Tequila, see event listing.

All Week Long: Discover Wellness at SANGHA by 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.

Until March 4: Yu Fei'an Art Exhibition - Splendid Creation of Nature at Suzhou Museum

Art Exhibit
Known for his famous paintings of flowers and birds, the works of Shandong-born artist Yu Fei’an (1899-1959) are featured in the ‘Splendid Creation of Nature’ exhibition at the Suzhou Museum.

Daily, opening hours, until March 4. Suzhou Museum, see event listing.

Until March 4: 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, until March 4. Suzhou Museum, see event listing.

March 4: Swinging Beethoven by Quintessence Saxophone Quintet at Suzhou Polygrand Theatre

Swinging Beethoven
Originally from Germany, this five-man contemporary jazz ensemble specializing in saxophone will bring their signature performances of classical and Baroque music from composers like Bach, Vivaldi, Beethoven, Mozart and Handel.

Sunday, March 4, 7.30pm. RMB50. Suzhou Polygrand Theatre, see event listing.

March 4: Hack Hanzi at Locke Pub

Hack Hanzi
Want to learn Chinese? Suzhou-based instructor Lydia Nordlien will be holding 'Hack Hanzi' workshops and crashcourses throughout the month of March to help you get started and prepare for the HSK. Participate in both the crashcourse and workshop for the complete version, or just take part in the crashcourse to learn what Hanzi is about and how easy it can be. Both classes have plenty of interaction, exercises and other activities, and entry fee includes drinks. Note that workshop attendees are required to have previously attended the crashcourse.

Sunday, March 4, 11, 18 and 25, RMB150-275. Locke Pub, see event listings here, here, here and here.

For more things to do in Suzhou, check out our Events Section.

Get more Suzhou event guides sent directly to your phone (along with restaurant reviews, giveaways and other goodies) by adding That's Suzhou on WeChat or liking us on Facebook.

If you have an event, upload it to our site through our User Center. It's free, it's easy and it's the best way to get into one of our Event Guides.

more news

14 Dazzling New Year's Events in Sanya

We wish you a wonderful and happy New Year!

20 Happy Holiday Events and Activities in Sanya

Plenty to do in Sanya this weekend!

Naughty and Nice Holiday Events in Sanya

Whether you believe in Santa or St. Nichols, there's an event for you.

Elevated Chinese Dining at W Suzhou's Suyan Restaurant

We visited Suzhou's newest Black Pearl Diamond Winner, Suyan restaurant at the W Suzhou hotel

W Suzhou's WOOBAR Puts the WOW in Woo

The W Suzhou's WOOBAR serves up whimsical cocktails alongside regular DJ performances in a lobby-turned-nightclub space

Drink LAIBA Craft Cocktails at Home and Donate to Wuhan

25% of the proceeds from LAIBA Beverages WeChat store will be donated to Wuhan coronavirus response efforts.

Can Veganism Become Big Business in China?

A small but growing market for veganism is emerging in China.

0 User Comments

In Case You Missed It…

We're on WeChat!

Scan our QR Code at right or follow us at ThatsSuzhou for events, guides, giveaways and much more!

7 Days in Suzhou With

Weekly updates to your email inbox every Wednesday


Download previous issues

Never miss an issue of That's Suzhou!

Visit the archives