This summer, HangzhouXixi National Wetland Park will be holding a firefly ecological exhibition conveying to all its efforts and concepts in environmental protection. Here, you can appreciate fireflies in the ecological experience zone, learn about nature and protecting the environment and not forgetting, taking a trip back to childhood.
Fireflies, as an important ecological indicator species, make their home in Xixi Wetlands and in doing so create a fairy-tale ambiance every summer.With this upcoming firefly ecological exhibition, visitors can learn more about ecosystems and expand their knowledge on the awareness of environmental protection.
Ticket: 40 RMB per person
Benefits: 30 RMB for children under 1.5 meters, students with student ID card and people older than 60 years old; free for babies.
Place for collecting tickets: E-commerce Reception Window, Tourist Service Center, Zhoujiacun Entrance, Tianmushan Rd., Hangzhou Xixi National Wetland Park (Eastern District)
Address: 100 meters away from the northwest of Tourist Service Center, Zhoujiacun Entrance, Tianmushan Rd., Hangzhou Xixi National Wetland Park (Eastern District)
Transportation: take bus No. 900 or 92 in Hubin on Yan’an Road to the intersection of Tianmushan Road and Xueyuan Road, then transfer to bus No. 193 and get off at the bus stop of Zhoujia Village (Xixi National Wetland Park)
1. When you go through the narrow ravine, please be quiet as fireflies are afraid of noise and interruption.
2. Do not use flashlight photography or any mobile devices because the light will affect their flying and they emit light for courtship.
3. Do not try to catch a firefly, as they will die from suffocation.
The sun is shining and the autumn wind is just right. In such good weather, it is a good idea to travel back in time in the Hangzhou Confucius Temple. Here, you can cultivate your mind and soul. In the temple, tablets can be seen everywhere, positioning people instantly in the ancient seat of learning in the capital city of the Southern Song Dynasty. Here, you can stop and appreciate the ancient moss-covered stone tiles, which seems to narrate the thousands-of-year history of the Confucius Temple.