That’s Guangzhou takes a look at the best events of the week:
Tue-Mon, Oct 1-7: Bubbles – Sparkling Wine Free Flow
Image via Pexels
To celebrate National Day holiday, every day from 11.30am to 3pm, diners can pay RMB148 extra for a free flow of sparkling wine to add to a delicious brunch at The Happy Monk's Party Pier restaurant.
Thu, Oct 3: Trivia at Hooley’s
Image via Pixabay
Don’t let the holiday stop you from exercising those brain muscles... Join quizmaster Matt Bossons for 40-plus mind-bending questions on topics ranging from current events to pop culture, history to geography and everything in between. The quiz kicks off at 8.30pm and the top three teams will receive boozy prizes courtesy of the good folks at Hooley’s Irish Pub.
Sun, Oct 6: Eutopia at Fuel
Image via Fuel
Enjoy a rooftop party at Fuel on Sunday and spend an afternoon dancing and laughing with like-minded people. Happy hour will run from 3-5pm, with prices for drinks starting from RMB25.
Until Oct 7: Southeast Asian Feast
Image via Grand Hyatt Guangzhou
Three words: Southeast Asian Feast. There’s nothing quite like an eclectic mix of the region’s finest cuisines to excite your taste buds. Daily until October 7, Grand Hyatt Guangzhou is offering patrons a glorious gastronomic experience with the help of Singaporean guest chef Ms. Jennifer Yeo. Utilizing local and imported fresh ingredients, Chef Yeo will bring the authentic Southeast Asian cuisine straight to The Market Café.
Daily until Oct 7; RMB278-598 per person, free entry for children under 6 years old, half-price for children 6-12 years old, full price for children 12 years or older. The Market Café. See event listing.
Ongoing: Story of Jewelries in the Cyclades
Image via Pixabay
The beauty of Greece goes beyond the Aegean Sea and the Acropolis. The Cyclades, a group of islands in the Aegean Sea, is considered the cradle of Aegean art and culture. During this exhibition, a total of 297 articles of jewelry, colorful murals, Mediterranean garments and more are being showcased. Audiences will see how Greek aesthetics changed over time.
Ongoing: Flower-inspired Cocktails at Tian Bar
Image via Four Seasons Hotel Guangzhou
In concert with Hope & Sesame, one of Guangzhou’s top cocktail bars, Four Seasons Hotel Guangzhou presents a flower-themed cocktail menu at Tian Bar, which is inspired by Guangzhou’s nickname, the ‘City of Flowers.’ These cocktails boast artistic, creative styles. For instance, ‘Golden Chrysanthemum,’ one of the highlight drinks on the menu, is infused with luscious chrysanthemum syrup and bitter Fernet Hunter, boasting a depth of flavors coupled with aromatic champagne vinegar.
Ongoing: Traditional Langham Afternoon Tea
Image via Langham Place, Guangzhou
The Langham, London started to serve luxury afternoon tea to guests at the hotel in 1865, and this pioneering service soon became widespread, an indulgence that lives on today at Portal in Langham Place, Guangzhou. The Traditional Langham Afternoon Tea is served in tailor-made ‘Langham Rose’ Wedgwood tea ware and fine silverware, adding a touch of elegance to your afternoon indulgence. Afternoon tea guests will also receive a Langham Bear as a gift.
For more things to do in Guangzhou, check out our Events Section.
For more Guangzhou event guides, get them sent directly to your phone (along with restaurant reviews, giveaways and other goodies) by adding ThatsGuangzhou on WeChat, liking us on Facebook or subscribing to our weekly newsletter.