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Go Green along the Three Rivers 2018-10-11
Hangzhou is a city flowing with charm, which is reflected in the beauty of the famous West Lake and the wonder of the Qiantang River.  However, Hangzhou’s charm doesn’t end here; with Xin’an River on Qiantang River’s upper reaches and Fuchan River on its lower reaches, the three rivers together form a unique waterway. This narrow stretch of water proudly flows through a number of notable cities as well as soaking up a wealth of Hangzhou’s cultural, natural and historical spots.

Xinsha Island
With tourists in mind, a “green” route along the bank of the three rivers is under development. This will be China’s first “Tourist area of cycling” and at 716 km in length it will connect about 22 cities and 47 wharfs. This mode of travel will take visitors on a visual journey into Hangzhou’s culture, history and heritage whilst at the same time appreciating the natural charm and verdant beauty of this remarkable city.

Longmen Ancient Town

As one of the best forms of exercise, cycling enables tourists to explore Hangzhou at their own pace. A leisurely ride in autumn to any one of the city’s scenic spots such as Xixi Valley, HuangGongwang scenic area, Longmen Ancient Town and Xinsha Island is a journey worth waiting for. Cycling in Hangzhou provides tourists with a ride into nature as well as experiencing life in a farmer’s village and tasting a number of authentic Chinese dishes.
 

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