Biluochun Tea Culture and Tourism Festival
Celebrated annually, visitors are invited to pick and fry tea leaves from thousand-year-old tea shrubs (grown exclusively in the area), watch folk art performances and munch on traditional treats.
Tiger Hill Art and Flower Festival
Stroll through the grounds at historic Tiger Hill to see thousands of blooming flowers, architectural relics and the famed sword-filled pool.
Changshu Shanghu Lake Peony Show
See and smell more than 50,000 peonies amongst 24 acres of lush gardens. Inspired by the surrounding flora, fine art and performance art can also be enjoyed.
Gourmet Festival, Taicang
Challenge yourself to a cooking contest, admire vibrant peonies and end your day watching a themed performance.
Azalea Tourism Festival
This UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to the largest and most celebrated classical garden, as well as a collection of more than 70,000 blooming azaleas.
China International Tourism Festival
This annual festival celebrates the pride and culture of the “oriental water city.” Festivities include dragon boat contests, traditional Suzhou fare, colorful light shows, dazzling fireworks displays and so much more
Spring in Tongli Tourism and Culture Festival
The ancient city of Tongli, a neighboring town not far from Suzhou, showcases folk customs and plays host to hundreds of visitors, including local Chinese film and television celebrities.
International Tourism Festival in Zhouzhuang
Find a rich exhibition of arts and crafts, photography, calligraphy, literature and performance art in the nearby river village of Zhouzhuang. Be sure to include a stop by the Shuangqiao and Fuanqiao bridges while you’re there.
Festival of Wu Culture
This six-month-long festival takes place at one of China’s most celebrated gardens. Don’t miss the many parades, kūnqǔ opera, píngtán (storytelling and ballad singing), traditional instrument performances and more.
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