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2 Days 1 Night Hangzhou Tour
Start your tour by visiting the elegant West Lake, the best attraction in Hangzhou, then set off for Longjing Village which is famous for the Longjing Tea. After visiting Lingying Temple and Six Harmonies Pagoda, go and visit Hu Qing Yu Tang Traditional Chinese Medicine Museum. The last stop is Hefang Street, one of the best preserved urban areas of ancient Hangzhou.

Day 1
West Lake -> Longjing Village
Start your tour by visiting the elegant West Lake, the best attraction in Hangzhou. West Lake has called forth admiration since the 9th century. With ever flowing charm in all year round, it attracts millions of visitors from all over the world every year. Take a leisure boat cruising on the West Lake, listen to a love romance of the charming White Snake lady and the mortal Xu Xian (one of the most popular folk tales in China). During the cruise, you can see the famous Leifeng Pagoda where the White Snake was imprisoned according to the folk tale or get ashore at one of the top 10 West Lake attractions, the Three Pools Mirroring the Moon which has its image on the RMB 1 note.

After visiting the West Lake, set off for Longjing Village which is famous for the Longjing Tea. The village has more than 500,000 sq m of tea plantation. Longjing Tea Plantation resembles a green ribbon clinging to the gentle slopes and elevates no more than 400m above sea level. You can learn about how tea grows and being made. If interested, you can also have a try by yourself. Local inhabitants will guide you. Besides tea plantation, the village has formed a combination of entertainment, tea drinking and site seeing place.
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Day 2
Lingyin Temple -> Six Harmonies Pagoda -> Hu Qing Yu Tang -> Hefang Street
Lingyin Temple is the most celebrated place of interest around West Lake and one of the top ten Buddhist temples of China. The 1600 years old Lingyin Temple hides itself at a mountainous corner of the West Lake Scenic Area and is confronted with the well-known Peak Flying from Afar (飞来峰, famous for its grotto carvings) and backed by Northern Peak( a nice place for mountain climbing).

There are three famous pagodas in Hangzhou, Leifeng Pagoda, Baochu Pagoda, and Pagoda of Six Harmonies. Among the three, Pagoda of Six Harmonies is known for its majesty, built in 970 AD when Hangzhou was the capital of the Southern Song. It is one of the most prominent wood-and-brick structures of ancient China and also the perfect place to enjoy the superb view of Qiantang River and the grandeur Qiantang River Bridges.

After visiting Lingying Temple and Six Harmonies Pagoda, go and visit Hu Qing Yu Tang Traditional Chinese Medicine Museum. Built by the renowned businessman Hu Xueyan of the late Qing Dynasty, the ancient complex is one of the rare commercial buildings of the late Qing Dynasty at home and abroad. There are various kinds of herbal medicines on display. You can get a full picture of Traditional Chinese Medicine here.

The last stop is Hefang Street. It is one of the best preserved urban areas of ancient Hangzhou and also a characteristic pedestrian street showcasing various interesting traditional crafts such as land-blown sugar candy, paper-cutting, hand-made dough figurines, and local snacks such as roasted walnuts and "dragon-whisker" candy.
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