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Walking in the Air… 2018-05-31
After the glass bridge in Zhangjiajie in Hunan province expanded our horizons, Zhejiang is eager to open its very own mid-air glass plank road. On October 1, and only two hours’ drive away from Hangzhou, you could be winding your way along the mountainside through Chuanyan Shijiufeng Scenic Area in Shaoxing City on a glass plank road resembling a dragon flying in the sky.

Flying Dragon Glass Plank Road

The aptly named Flying Dragon Glass Plank Road comprises of three parts: the ancient wood plank road, the mid-air glass plank road and the Flying Dragon Skywalk. The plank road is 3200 meters in length, 1.6 meters in width and 200 meters above the ground and is the longest mid-air plank road in Zhejiang.

Chuanyan Shijiufeng

The home of the glass plank road, Chuanyan Shijiufeng Scenic Area (“Chuanyan” literally means rock piercing and “Shijiufeng” means 19 peaks) is suitably named as for the fact that within the scenic area there are 19 peaks connected with each other and all stretching for a total length of 2.5 km.

Chuanyan Shijiufeng is most famous for its enchanting natural scenery with spectacular Danxia landform peculiar-shaped rocks, towering peaks and magnificent waterfalls and its scenery is often compared to that of the Lijiang River in Guilin.

It is amidst these cliffy and picturesque nineteen peaks that a 108-meter-long glass plank road is hung high in the sky which makes you feel like you are walking in the air.

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Fireflies light up Hangzhou’s Summer Nights2018-07-19
When was the last time you saw fireflies? People who live in busy cities seem to have forgotten these little flashes of light. In Hangzhou, however, there are places where you can see thousands of fireflies flying in the forest, which is a scene that lights up the city’s summer nights.
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Lotus Seedpods and Leaves of the West Lake are up for Sale2018-07-19
This summer, around 24 acres of lotuses will bloom throughout the lake, filling the whole scenic area with the most delicate of fragrances. During summer mornings, the Water Management Office of West Lake has delegated its staff, who are responsible for the maintenance of water, to collect lotus seedpods and leaves from the lake.
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