The market is a great place to see how local people live and eat, it is the epitome of market culture and one of the most popular markets for foreign visitors.
Hangzhou is well-known for its production of paper fans. Wangxingji was founded in 1875 and is titled the Kingdom of Fan. This 140-year-old famous brand introduces visitors to the history and production of fans.
Xiling Seal-engravers’ Society is the oldest, most successful and influential folk art association which serves as a wonderful place to study engraving, painting and calligraphy.
Founded in 1928, the Xiangshan Central Campus of China Academy of Art is the most well-rounded art academy in China. Designed by the headmaster of the school and winner of the Pritzker Architecture prize, Shu Wang, the campus presents the charm of a traditional Chinese garden.
Wensli is a leading Chinese silk brand in China, and more than one thousand modern silk artworks representing many precious historical cultural heritages can be seen at the Silk Culture Museum.
It's a village with a history of over 600 years. It's also the biggest natural village where the world-famous West Lake Longjing Tea is produced. Besides its extraordinary tea and tea culture, Meijiawu Village is also renowned for its idyllic scene, which is seldom seen in an urbanized world.
Located in the 200-year-old Liang’s Residence, a historical building from the Qing Dynasty, Guangxingtang is a place where visitors can view exhibits from the precious and profound traditional Chinese medicine culture.
The historic Hefang Old Street, located at the foot of the scenic Wu Hill in 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.