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From one Lake to Another… 2017-06-27
The West Lake is by far the most famous lake in Hangzhou and its glorious history, in-depth culture and spectacular scenery has captured, since ancient times, the hearts of millions but even though the West Lake is the most renowned there are also a number of other glistening masterpieces floating around. 

Strategic Place – White Horse Lake



According to archaeological findings, as early as the Neolithic Period there were humans living in White Horse Lake area. During the end of the Spring and Autumn Period to Wu and Yue contending for hegemony, the White Horse Lake was one of the most important strategic places. In the area there are a considerable number of historical landmarks like the Palace of King of Yue State, Guling Port, Xiling Ferry and Guanshan Temple as well as modern cultural places like White Horse Ecological and Creative Town.


Opening Hours: 24 hours
Ticket: Free
Address: Binjiang District, Hangzhou

Picture-postcard Thousand-Islet Lake



This lake is dominated by verdant hills, crystal-clear waters, mystical caves and peculiar-shaped rocks. The lake is broad and dotted with a thousand islets which are densely covered by trees resembling pieces of precious jade embedded in a mirror. Ways to tour the Thousand-islet Lake include taking a tourist boat to cruise the lake and hopping from one islet to the next, riding a bicycle in its great greenway or camping in its many campsites where the fun of rafting in its drinkable and cool waters will only leave you thirsty for more.


Opening Hours: Peak season (March 1 to Nov. 30) 08:00-17:00
Low season (Dec. 1 to Feb. 29) 08:40-16:30
Ticket: Peak season (March 1 to Nov. 30) 150 RMB
Low season (Dec. 1 to Feb. 29) 120 RMB
Address: Chun’an County, Zhejiang

No.1 Landscape of Lin’an – Qingshan Lake



Qingshan Lake is heralded as the number one Landscape of Lin’an. The lake is surrounded by mountains on all four sides and with an extremely good eco-environment the area inhabits over 240 wild animal species. On its northern waters there is a rare water forest where tree trunks are immersed in water. The water forest is characterized by its green bamboo forest and pine trees enveloped in mist, much like that of a wonderland. 


Opening Hours: Peak season (Nov. to Feb.) 07:30-17:00
Low season (Feb. to Oct.) 08:00-16:30
Ticket: 270 RMB (including boat, water forest, adventure trip, Qingshan Lake Performance, Xijing Mountain)
Address: 5 km east of Lin’an City, Zhejiang

Explore the Past – Xianghu Lake



In the west side of Xiaoshan city, among the green hills, resides a lake called Xianghu where its green waters glisten like an emerald jewel. The beauty of Xianghu Lake lies in its close connection with the ancient Neolithic Culture – Kuahuqiao Culture which is even older than both the Hemudu and Liangzhu cultures. Here the ‘First Canoe in China’ and other historical relics dating back to 8,000 years ago have been unearthed.


Opening Hours: All day
Xianghu Lake Boat Operation Time: 09:00-16:30 (Daily), 18:30-20:30 (June 1 to Oct. 7, night tour)
Ticket:
Xianglu Lake Cruise: 60 RMB.
Xianghu Lake Water Performance: 20:00-20:20 (June 1 to Oct. 7, daily) 19:30-19:50 (Jan. to May and Oct. 8 to Dec. , every Friday, Saturday and Sunday)
Address: No.112, Xianghu Road, Xiaoshan District, Hangzhou, Zhejiang
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Have it All in Jiande2017-11-16
To most people, Jiande in Hangzhou is an aerial town with a great natural environment that is home to many characteristic B&B’s and healthy hot springs but, in fact, Jiande has a lot more to offer than that.
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Hot Spring – A Cold Day’s Best Companion2017-11-15
As we are in mid-November, Hangzhou has gradually entered its phase of colder days. So, during a chilly moment, why don’t you visit a hot spring and soak up the most enchanting scenery whilst soothing your mind, body and soul with the warm and healthy springs.
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No.188, Fuchun Road, Hangzhou, China
TEL: 86-571-96123
FAX: 86-571-96123
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