The bridge is named for the effect snow and winter sun have on it. Closely related to a romantic legend about Madam White Snake.
Lingyin Temple is a Buddhist temple of the Chan sect located north-west of Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China.
Leifeng Pagoda is a five story tall tower with eight sides, located on Sunset Hill south of the West Lake in Hangzhou, China.
Longjing, literally "dragon well", is a name applied to a number of locations and products from the southwestern region of the city of…
The largest lotus garden in all of China and a sight of extraordinary beauty. One of Hangzhou's many natural wonders.
The Zhejiang Provincial Museum is the provincial museum of Zhejiang, China, located in Hangzhou.
The largest island in the West Lake. The quiet soothing scenery and tranquil nature are its main draws.
One of the lake's scenic spots. Perfect for viewing the lake - and best done at autumn night when the views are out of this world.
Baochu Pagoda is a pagoda in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, China. Known as one of the landmarks of the West Lake, it is located just north…
Hupao or Dreaming of the Tiger Spring is a spring and park in southwestern Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, China.
Ge Hong, foi um oficial do sul durante a Dinastia Jin da China, um famoso taoista e um célebre alquimista chinês, se interessando pelas…
Liuhe Pagoda, literally Six Harmonies Pagoda, is a multi-story Chinese pagoda in southern Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, China.
A tranquil park in the style of Song dynasty - completed with people in period costumes, old songs and other wonders.
A fascinating (and free) museum describing and demonstrating how exactly silk is made. Well worth the visit.
A village well-known for harvesting the Dragon Well Tea. Come here to enjoy the beautiful surroundings and learn about its culture.
The refreshing bamboo forest is not just a charming natural hideout, but it's also several degrees cooler than the city - perfect for the…
The Zhejiang University of Technology is a public research university in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China.
Translates to "A Peak from Afar", since people used to believe it flew over from India.
A magical culture park themed after the Song dynasty. Beautiful buildings, fun workshops, great restaurants.
Praised not only for the four floors of gorgeous artwork it houses, but also for the outstanding building itself.
Only one of the many fields scattered west of the city. The finest tea is grown here - come during spring, when it's harvest time.