Suzhou is a city on the lower reaches of the Yangtze River and on the shores of Lake Taihu in the province of Jiangsu, China. The city is renowned for its beautiful stone bridges, pagodas, and meticulously designed gardens, which has become a great tourist attraction. Suzhou has also been an important centre for China's silk industry since the Song Dynasty (960-1279), and continues to hold that prominent position today. It is part of the Yangtze River Delta region. The GDP per capita was ¥79,406 (ca. US$10,087) in 2006, ranked no. 5 among 659 Chinese cities.
Here is the list of Suzhou nice nightlife and bar
1. 621 Shiquan St.
133 3800 0976
Jane’s Pub Bar, not to be confused with the regular Pub Bar down the street, has been keeping people loose on Shiquan street for years. They have music that suits everybody, prices that don’t bankrupt anybody, and a penchant for pouring big shots. You’ll also find that tourists from other parts of China always seem to choose this place to first when they head to the bars. It’s great to meet new people.
foreigners andusually gets a bit crazy on weekends.
The Pub Bar (beside pulp fiction)
2. Whiskey Jacks bar, on the other side of pulp fiction, more mature western crowd and usually has good music
Scarlets Disco (beside whiskey jacks) good mix of music & dance floor, not always many westerners.
The Funky Monkey (shi qian jie) great spot and cheap for students and english teachers albeit a bit small
3. Toms Bar, around the corner from the cluster of bars on Shi Qian Jie, small dance floor. Interesting spot..
Casablanca, around the corner again from Toms bar, a kind of a last resort place, be careful though, thereare some chinese mafia types floating around though.
4. The Drunken Chef (as mentioned in the restaurants section) is also a good spot for a pint and a chat.
There are four Blue Marlin restaurants dotted around Suzhou that are good if you fancy a quiet drink.
Several more places that sound promising are opening soon including an Irish bar and a 'Paulhaner Brauhaus'.
Watch a view of Harrys Bar in Suzhou Video here