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  • National Tea Museum
    National Tea Museum

    Glowing rays shone over rounding ranges of hills, fragrance of tea leaves permeated, and fresh springs wound through valleys. Here is China National ...

  • China National Silk Museum
    China National Silk Museum

    Located at the foot of Yuhuang Hill, by the beautiful side of the West Lake, China National Silk Museum was opened in Feb.1992 with a total area of ...

  • Grand Cannal
    Grand Cannal

    China's only waterway running from north to south is 1,794-km-long Beijing / Hangzhou Canal. It is 10 times the length of Suez Canal (172.5 km in le ...

  • Six Harmony Pagoda
    Six Harmony Pagoda

    Built in the year of 970 A.D., Liuhe Pagoda stands majestically on the Yuelun Mountain overlooking the Qiantang River. A 60m, impressive octagonal s ...

  • Mausoleum of General Yue Fei
    Mausoleum of General Yue Fei

    It is one of Hangzhou's big draws. The twelfth-century Song general, Yuefei is considered a hero in modern China thanks to his unquestioning patriot ...

  • Lingyin Temple
    Lingyin Temple

    As the largest and most resplendent temple in Hangzhou, Lingying Temple is one of the most prestigious Buddhist monasteries in China. The name of Li ...

  • West Lake
    West Lake

    West Lake is large freshwater lake, bordered on three sides by hills. Its banks and islands are blanketed with small gardens and temples. It made Ha ...

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