Hangzhou not only has a large number of natural landscapes, but also cultural and historical sites are extremely attractive. The silk culture and tea drinks here are also a major feature, so that it attracts numerous domestic and foreign tourists every year. What are the top ten tourist attractions in Hangzhou?
West Lake is arguably Hangzhou’s most distinctive travel classic and one of the city’s hallmarks. The West Lake is surrounded by mountains on three sides, and the quiet lake gives a very beautiful feeling, especially in the early morning.
Lingyin Temple is a Buddhist temple in our country with a history of thousands of years. It is located in the mountains, and the environment is very quiet. In the early years, Kangxi himself wrote an inscription for it and wrote “Yunlin Temple”. There is also the title of “Yunlin Temple”.
Qiandao Lake is a first-class water body in China. It has the title of “the world’s first beautiful water”, and the water source of Nongfu Mountain is formally taken from here. In addition to the excellent water quality of Qiandao Lake, its beauty cannot be ignored.
Don’t look at Songcheng as an ancient city, but it is actually a theme park. There are not only the most traditional ancient buildings here, but also the thrilling and exciting entertainment projects such as the Liao Zhai Haunted Haunted House, Step by Step Haunted Haunted House, Renpi Inn listening room, and the cuisine is particularly rich.
How can you go out and watch the scenery only? There must be many entertainment projects. The roller coaster, adventure island, fairy tale kingdom, and chemical museum in Hangzhou Paradise are all worth trying.
Leifeng Tower is famous all over the country for its “White Snake Biography” and is now one of Hangzhou’s famous attractions. It is also the first colorful copper carved pagoda in China, and it is a unique beauty beside the West Lake.
Xixi Wetland belongs to the National Wetland Park and it is located in the west of Hangzhou city. The wetland area in the entire park is more than 70%, with a large area of reeds, and birds and beasts are everywhere.
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The Broken Bridge is located at the eastern end of Baidi in Hangzhou. It is said to have been created in the Tang Dynasty, was rebuilt in 1921, and was renovated twice in the middle of the last century. It is particularly impressive in the scenery of the West Lake.
Qinghefang is a historic district in Hangzhou. It is also the best-preserved old city in the city. There are not only ancient buildings from the late Ming and early Qing dynasties, but also various cultural and art exhibition sites, which gather food, shopping and entertainment.