Things to do in Zhejiang are aplenty. For those into dazzling cultures, the nine national historical and cultural cities of Zhejiang are great places to start. For those desiring enchanting natural scenery, West Lake, Thousand Island Lake and Mount Jianlangshan are pleasant to the eye. Need some adventures? Be sure to hike its many towering mountains. Craving outdoor activities? Damingshan Skiing Resort and Yonganshan Paragliding Base will give you what you want. Museums like China Silk Museum, China National Tea Museum and theme parks such as Hello Kitty Theme Park and Hangzhou Paradise Park will raise your fun to the next level.

Hefang Street
Located at the northern foot of Wushan Hill, Hefang Street originated in South Song Dynasty (1127-1279 AD) when Hangzhou was the national capital. It is located just several hundred meters away from...
Qingzhiwu, located between Zhejiang Yuquan Campus and Botanic Garden, covers an area of nearly 208 mu (1 mu roughly equals 666 sq m). The Lingfeng River goes through the village, and “Lingfeng...
Huzhou: Yishang (Clothes) Street
A very historic street, the most formidable building here is Yan Zhenqing's Zhaxi Creek Museum and the ultra-wealthy Wang Ansheng's residence from the Republic of China period. As of now, the...
Wushan Food Triangle
Hangzhou food has a style of its own which is commonly called Hangbang dishes. Located next to ancient Wushan Square are Gaoyin Street, Hefang Street and Southern Song Imperial Street, together...
Yuehe Old Street
Unlike other well-known Jiangnan towns, Yuehe Old Street is tranquil and elegant with no bustling, boisterous crowds. Strolling down the road usually gives one the feeling of having time-travelled...
Nantang Old Street
Ningbo Nantang Old Street is a food street of the Ningbo People. The street may be short but it is truly the place to be when one wishes to sample authentic Ningbo cuisine. With the introduction of a...