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1.Travel Routes

If you want to join one of the group tours, please contact the travel agency. The contact information is in part 2.

2.Contact Information of Travel Agency

Mr. Dong(Jie Dong)
Email: 2654305819@qq.com
Tel: +86 18958061190
*If you’ve decided to join one of the tour groups, please send a confirmation email to 2654305819@qq.com and 1242220390@qq.com
The email should include the following information:
① Route Number
② Name of Participant
③ Number of Participants
④ Date of Tour Group
⑤ Passport Number
⑥ Phone Number or Email Address

3.Famous Tourist Attractions in Hangzhou

West Lake (Hangzhou)
Located in the heart of Hangzhou, West Lake is considered the most beautiful sight in the city.
West Lake is sheltered on three sides by hills, with numerous temples, pagodas, gardens, and historical sites within the lake area. In 2011, West Lake was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site, described as "an outstanding example of a cultural landscape that displays with great clarity the ideals of Chinese landscape aesthetics, as expounded by writers and scholars in the Tang and Song Dynasties" and reflecting "an idealized fusion between humans and nature".
Blessed with enchanting natural scenery and an enduring cultural legacy immortalized by a multitude of poems, calligraphy masterpieces, paintings and sculptures, West Lake’s boundless charm is not only a visual spectacle, but also an experience felt by the heart.
Traditionally, there are ten best-known scenic spots on the West Lake, each remembered by a four-character epithet and marked by a stele with an epithet written in the calligraphy of the Qianlong Emperor. They are:
Dawn on the Su Causeway in Spring (蘇堤春曉)
Curved Yard and Lotus Pool in Summer (曲院風荷)
Moon over the Peaceful Lake in Autumn (平湖秋月)
Remnant Snow on the Bridge in Winter (斷橋殘雪)
Leifeng Pagoda in the Sunset (雷峰夕照)
Two Peaks Piercing the Clouds (雙峰插雲)
Orioles Singing in the Willows (柳浪聞鶯)
Fish Viewing at the Flower Pond (花港觀魚)
Three Ponds Mirroring the Moon (三潭印月)
Evening Bell Ringing at the Nanping Hill (南屏晚鐘)
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Leifeng Pagoda(Hangzhou)
Originally constructed in 975 AD during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period, Leifeng Pagoda is an octagonal five-storied wood-and-brick pagoda located on Sunset Hill south of West Lake. It is the landmark of Hangzhou which is of great historical and cultural importance, and noted as one of Ten Scenes of West Lake, as well as has a deep connection with popular legends.
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Lingyin Temple(Hangzhou)
Lingyin Temple is the most celebrated place of interest around West Lake and one of the top ten Buddhist temples of China. In 1961 it was listed for protection as a key provincial historical and cultural site and considered a leading center for research relative to Chinese Buddhist culture. Situated at the west end of the West Lake, the temple is confronted with the well-known Peak Flying from Afar (famous for its grotto carvings) and backed by Northern Peak.
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Inquiring about Tea at Dragon Well(Hangzhou)
Hidden amid the dense forest of Phoenix Hill off the southern shore of West Lake, Inquiring about Tea at Dragon Well keeps attracting tea aficionados like a magnet. Incorporating postcard-perfect natural scenery and rich cultural connotations, it shines as a sparkling gem among West Lake’s treasured sites. Appreciating the ripples of the Dragon Well, drinking its spring water and siping a cup of Longjing tea are three must-dos. Longjing team is among the best green tea in China.
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Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal(Hangzhou)
There are two wonders in China, one is the Great Wall, and the other is the Grand Canal. For its size and grandeur, the Grand Canal has always been regarded as the pride of Chinese people and a symbol of Chinese cultural achievement. As the earliest, greatest and longest artificial river in the world, the Beijing Hangzhou Grand Canal of great historical and cultural importance. Today, many scenic spots and historic sites along the canal have made it a hot tourist route.
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Hefang Street(Hangzhou)
The historic Hefang Old Street, located at the foot of the scenic Wu Hill of southern Hangzhou and quite close to the famous West Lake, overflows with culture in an urban setting. As one of the best preserved urban areas of ancient Hangzhou, it’s a snapshot of the city's history with a variety of local flavors and unique Chinese crafts such as land-blown sugar candy, paper-cutting and hand-made dough figurines.
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Show - Impression West Lake(Hangzhou)
The best way to appreciate the culture and history of Hangzhou in a short time is to watch one of its best shows- Impression West Lake. Directed by Zhang Yimou, Wang Chaoge and Fan Yue, the show vividly presents the history and culture of West Lake by exploring the folklore and myths of Hangzhou and highlighting the best of them, such as the Legend of White Snake and Butterfly lovers. As one of China’s Top Seven Shows, Impression West Lake features the local culture of Hangzhou and unique charm of West Lake.
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Song Dynasty Town(Hangzhou)
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. By strictly following the construction methods of the Song Dynasty, Song Dynasty Town is arranged in an original Song style based on the Riverside Scene at Qingming Festival by the noted Song artist Zhang Zeduan. One of the highlights is the must-see show called Romance of Song Dynasty.
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China National Silk Museum (Hangzhou)

The museum has renovated its permanent displays, which are “The Story of Chinese Silk” and “Sericulture and Silk Craftsmanship in China”, and open “Textile Conservation Gallery” and “Xinyou Archive Center”. As the largest center for textile collection, exhibition, conservation, research and education in China, CNSM is now the showcase of Chinese silk history and culture.

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China National Tea Museum(Hangzhou)

China National Tea Museum is the only national museum specialized in tea and tea culture in China, located in the production place of Longjing tea. It is a modern museum including Hall of Tea History, Tea Kaleidoscope Hall, Hall of Tea Properties, Tea Sets Hall, Tea-friendship Hall and Tea Customs Hall. Tea culture has been shown here from different perspectives and has left a good impression on tourists.

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Xixi Wetland National Park(Hangzhou)

The park is located in the western part of Hangzhou City, the only wetland in the country that incorporates urban wetland and rural wetland, a best destination for leisure travel, people can relax themselves from the pastoral scenery and beautiful landscape.

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Wu Town Xizha(in Tongxiang,another city in Zhejiang Province, about 85km from Hangzhou)

Enter the town by boat. Wu Town is one of the most renowned China's water towns, often referred to as “Oriental Venice” and “The last ancient town of Jiangnan” with ancient buildings, bridges, canals, and the lifestyles that have not changed in centuries. The trip including visiting ancient streets, buildings ,houses, post office, temples, schools and bridges, where you can experience Chinese traditional cloth dyeing method , farming , sericulture, medicine, local opera and foot-binding culture.

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