Garden of the Master of the Nets
Off Shiquan Jie, this pocket-sized garden is considered one of Sūzhōu's best preserved. Laid out in the 12th century, it went to seed...
Before the communists took over, this college was China's oldest private university, founded by missionaries of the Methodist church in...
Blue Wave Pavilion
Originally the home of a prince, the oldest garden in Sūzhōu was first built in the 11th century, and has been repeatedly rebuilt since....
Píngtán enthusiasts get together here to keep the traditions alive. The music usually starts between 8pm and 10pm. Order some tea (the...
With low-volume funky beats and two nifty and sleek floors, grey brick walls, drapes, spot lights and white linen tablecloths, this...
43 Fenghuang Jie; 凤凰街43号 · interesting places nearby
Crowds pay and gather near the entrance to wait for the steaming fresh xǐaolóng bāo (小龙包; soup dumplings) to come out of the kitchen. If you don’t want to jostle, grab a seat and order several other great dishes including assorted húntūn (馄饨; dumplings; from ¥8).