Zhijiang National Tourist Resort is one of the twelve state-level resorts of China, approved by the State Concil in 1992.
Brief of Zhijiang National Tourist Resort
Zhijiang National Tourist Resort is one of the twelve state-level resorts of China, approved by the State Council in 1992. The tourist resort is situated in the southwestern Hangzhou, facing Qiantang River and backed by Wuyun Mountain (五云山).
The area is of typical subtropical monsoon climate, with four distinctive seasons, ample sunshine and rainfall, thus creating a pleasant living environment with mild temperature. With no high-rises in sight, but picture-perfect scenery with verdant mountains and crystal-clear waters, this resort extricates tourists from the hustle and bustle of big cities and allows one to indulge himself in a world of warm sunshine and fresh air.
Serving as an essential resort in the hometown of tea (Hangzhou), Zhijiang National Tourist Resort has been established as a tea culture appreciating center, where picking tea, making tea and tasting tea are so unforgettable as to fully delight people both physically and mentally.