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The Hotspots On Your Hangzhou Tour

By Expert Author: Kris Medlen

The oft visited capital city of Zhèjiāng, Hangzhou is a treasure trove of art , culture, traditions the much acclaimed “Chinatown” appeal. Tourists looking for character laden architecture are often left disappointed in Hangzhou, as there is very that differentiates this tourist destination from the other places on their Hangzhou--Shanghai Guilin tour. However, situated in the southern precincts the Grand Canal and surrounded by lush farmlands, this city has retained its position as the cultural centre of the region; for hundreds of years.

Along with the legendary and popular West Lake (Xī Hú) that acts as an oasis in this concrete jungle and lures travelers with its ancient pagodas, willow-lined banks, mist-covered hills and classical Chinese water color like ambience, there are many other hotspots that are worthy of a look too. Read on for a quick peep into their main draws.

Green Tea Restaurant

This benchmarked Hangzhou restaurant caters to the gastronomist in you and attracts with its superb food, bare brick finish, rattan utensils, colorful flower-patterned cushions and a longish paper menu where you get to tick what you want. A must visit indeed!

West Lake

The serene terrains of draws exaggerated comments in travel brochures and the writings of those who have the fortune to visit it. This stunning Lake’s many accolades are truly justified and work as a balm for traveler’s weary after their Shanghai Guilin tour and/ or exploration of the many other places worth seeing in China. Do remember to out some time for a boat ride.

Língyǐn Temple

Your well conceived Hangzhou tour will soon bring you closer to Língyǐn Temple, Hangzhou ’s famous Buddhist temple that was founded way back in 326 AD. This hotspot has been destroyed and restored no less than 16 times and reflects the many ravages inflicted on its precincts by natural calamities and wars. It is believed that more than 3000 monks had resided within this saffron-walled temple during the reign of the Five Dynasties (907–60). The restored structures of the Língyǐn Temple are attributed to the Qing-dynasty and lure visitors from near and far.

China Tea Museum

The setting/backdrop of the China Tea Museum is indeed exquisite—it consists of long undulating rows of tea bushes extending far into the hills. Sprawling across 3.7 hectares of land that is totally committed to the cultivation , art and tasting of tea; this much frequented hotspot ranks high on the list of tour operators and tourists alike.

Jìngcí Temple

The tranquil Chan (Zen) Jìngcí Temple was first commissioned in 954 AD and has undergone quite a few restoration processes ever since. While the spectacular first hall is home to the foreboding Heavenly Kings and encapsulates Weituo and Milefo (the future Buddha); the Great Treasure Hall is comparatively simpler in nature and attracts with its seated effigy of the much revered deity Sakyamuni.

About Author :

Kris Medlen is an editor from Shanghaitournet.com, a reliable China tours operator specialized in offering spectrum of China tour packages. It includes many different private hangzhou tour, Shanghai Taiwan tour package for differnt kind of tourist.

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