What to See

Hangzhou covers a big scenic area dedicated to thousands of valued tourist attractions, most of which are unique and deserve a look at first hand.

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The Northern Peak

It is the Northern Peak and the Southern Peak together that form the spectacular scene of “Twin Peaks Piercing the Cloud".

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Bamboo-Lined Path at Yunqi

Featuring a sea of bamboo, Bamboo-Lined Path at Yunqi is a sight to behold and it ranks first among the "New Ten Scenes of West Lake."

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Nine Creeks Meandering Through a Misty Forest

The verdant valleys, undulating hills, winding paths, rainbow-colored flowers and whispering streams will bring you into a rustic, serene, picturesque and relaxing world.

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Pagoda of Six Harmonies

There are three famous pagodas in Hangzhou, Leifeng Pagoda, Baochu Pagoda, and Pagoda of Six Harmonies. Among the three, Pagoda of Six Harmonies is known for its majesty.

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Wansong Academy(Myraid Pine Academy)

Located on the serene northeast slopes of Phoenix Hill, Wansong Academy was once a thriving center of scholarship in ancient Hangzhou.

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Thousand-Islet Lake

What is marvelous about Thousand-Islet Lake is the crystal-clear water and the 1,078 islets scattering in the lake for which it was named for.

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Song Dynasty Town

The Song Dynasty Town is the largest theme park dedicated to the Song Dynasty in China. It is currently one of the top ten most beautiful scenic spots in the Zheijiang Province.

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Leifeng Pagoda

Lei Feng pagoda was constructed in 975 at the order of Qian Hongchu, the King of Wuyue Kingdom to celebrate the birth of a son by one of his favorite concubines - Huangfei.

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West Lake

Among the world’s top-rated lakes, Hangzhou’s wondrous West Lake is one of the best. The real attraction of West Lake, however, lies not on the surface but in its abundant wealth of legend, myth, and enigma accumulated over various dynasties.

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The Grand Canal

There are two wonders in China, one is the Great Wall, and the other is the Grand Canal.

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Xixi National Wetland Park

Heralded as the sister of the famed West Lake, Xixi Wetland is the last remaining example of traditional water towns of Hangzhou that once spread across the West Lake Basin.

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Impression West Lake

With hills as stage background and the whole city as the theater, the show is performed directly on the water surface of Yue Lake.

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Lingyin Temple

Lingyin Temple is the most celebrated place of interest around West Lake and one of the top ten Buddhist temples of China.

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Three Pools Mirroring the Moon

This islet is known for a wonderful scene created from three pools surrounding three pagodas on the night of the Mid-autumn Festival.

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Meijiawu Tea Culture Village

Meijiawu Tea Culture Village is the cradle of Dragon Well Tea, and it is known for producing the best green tea in China.

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Yuanyuan Folk Customs Park

Yuanyuan Folk Customs Park in Yellow Dragon Cave is located in the rear of Qixia Hill and covers an area of 58,000 kilometers.

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Prince Bay Park

The Prince Bay Park is famous for its tulips and holds an annually tulips exhibition from late March to late April for a period of 20 days.

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West Zhejiang’s Daming Mountain Scenic Area

West Zhejiang’s Daming Mountain scenic area, as an AAAA level national tourism area in China, is one of the top 10 best leisure and holiday resorts in Zhejiang province, a field survival base for Chinese university students, and the 2nd gra...

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Hangzhou Polar Ocean Park

Hangzhou Polar Ocean Park, with an area of about 226,667 square meters, is one of the largest ocean parks in China as well as the largest ocean theme park in Eastern China.

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Tiger Spring

Tiger Spring is noted for its sweet quality and abundant minerals. And one of “New Top Views of West Lake” — Dreaming of Tiger Spring at Hupao Valley is about this spring.

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Yellow Dragon Cave Dressed in Green

Yellow Dragon Cave Dressed in Green is one of the new top 10 scenic views of West Lake.

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Hefang Street

The street stretches from Wushan Square all the way down to Zhonghe road.

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Yellow Dragon Cave

Also known as Wumen Cave or Feilong Cave, Yellow Dragon Cave is not a cave, but a park nestling at the foot of Precious Stone Hill which borders the West Lake to the north.

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Jingci Temple

Jingci Temple is one of Four Ancient Temples around West Lake. The Famous Evening Bell Ringing at Nanping Hill is about this temple.

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Hangzhou Underwater World

Hangzhou Underwater World is located by the beautiful West Lake. And it’s the first professional marine aquarium in the Zhejiang Province.

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Orioles Singing in the Willows

It is one of the first places to notice that spring has arrived in Hangzhou.

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