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The highlights of Hangzhou connected with tourism are available here. The food, tourist sites, transportation, nightlife, history, culture and folk customs are all exhibited here. The best part of Hangzhou shows the valued aspect of Hangzhou Travel. 

Hangzhou Highlights
The best of Hangzhou is embodied in various aspects. In tourism, Hangzhou is a traditional city for its cultural and natural landscapes, unique cityscape, and the symbolic views of West Lake. In cuisine, the local food undeniably deserves tasting, like West Lake Carp in Sweet and Sour Sauce. In history and culture, the temples, pagodas, the celebrities’ memorials and residences, traditional medicine halls, museums as well as diverse performances of theater and operas are all valuable things to experience. The most highlighted parts of Hangzhou's profile are the local people’s lifestyle, customs and philosophy on social interaction and life, thanks to their hospitality, open-mindedness, honesty and strong sense of environmental protection.
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    Sheraton Qiandao Lake Resort
    Located on the bank of Qiandao Lake, the hotel enjoys a unique geographical location with 270 degree lake view. It is surrounded by beautiful water on three sides and enjoys prosperity of downtown areas on one side as well. It can be called "quiet in bustle".

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    Seclusive Gencaland Hotel
    Village B&B is a recovery of a reclusive life in villages. With the dying of villages and local customs, the village B&Bs are created to continue the way of rural life and to bring alive those villages that most people haven’t had the chance to know yet but have been rooted in their hearts.

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    Hilton Hangzhou Qiandao Lake Resort
    Hilton is hidden in a mountain depression, facing a lake area called "Lake in the City" and surrounded by an independent bay, which gives the feeling of monopolizing the whole bay.

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    InterContinental Qiandao Lake
    Surrounded by lake, like a paradise on earth, it is seated in the island and stays away from the bustling world. Here, you can see birds parked in the hotel fence, squirrels quietly appearing in the corner, wild chickens walking in the mountains and wild flowers blooming.

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    Su Xin
    Su Xin is the largest vegetarian buffet in Hangzhou at present. It boasts of a wide variety of dishes and its menu changes with the season. Even if you ate at Su Xin for more than twenty days a month, you will still find something to amaze you. Even non-vegetarian people love the restaurant. In w...

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    Miao Ti Hu
    As a vegetarian buffet, the decoration is unexpectedly good and the overall style is antique, full of elements of Zen Buddhism. On the first floor, the lobby serves dishes and meals. On the second floor, there are elegant seats and various Buddhist scriptures and supplies. At a cost of 20 yuan, y...

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    Su Shi Tang
    The most popular buffet in Hangzhou is a vegetarian restaurant and it is Su Shi Tang. The vegetarian restaurant is hidden on the lower floor of a commercial building. On weekdays, diners keep pouring in. Although the restaurant is always full of people, it is not noisy at all. The restaurant appl...

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    Hangzhou Mirror
    Hangzhou Mirror, Hangzhou’s new landmark skyscraper, is seated on the bank of Qiantang River. It is called “unbalanced legs” by the locals, namely so because the building does indeed look like a pair of uneven pants.

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    Leifeng Pagoda
    Lei Feng pagoda was constructed in 975 at the order of Qian Hongchu, the King of Wuyue Kingdom to celebrate the birth of a son by one of his favorite concubines - Huangfei.

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    Song Dynasty Town
    The Song Dynasty Town is the largest theme park dedicated to the Song Dynasty in China. It is currently one of the top ten most beautiful scenic spots in the Zheijiang Province.

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    The Map of Hangzhou Internet-Famous Attractions
    The Internet-famous "Dragon Scale Dam", "Canal Afternoon Tea", "Langzhu Ancient City Ruins Park to Watch Little Deer" ....... Where are these internet-famous attractions that are popular in major online travel notes in Hangzhou? We will help you find it!

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    Go! Have A Cup of Coffee!
    This year's epidemic has affected many industries. Fortunately, many of Hangzhou’s famous coffee shops have survived and already started business. They are nice places for you and your friends to have a nice time together on weekends ~

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    A Trip to Buddhism
    Hangzhou Buddhism started from the Eastern Jin Dynasty, boomed in the Five Dynasties and prospered in the Southern Dynasty. Jingshan Temple, Lingyin, Jingci and Tianzhu Three Temples, in Hangzhou, all lead the rest of “Five Mountains and Ten Temples” of three branches of Buddhism. Now, more and more travelers appreciate the calmness brought by Buddhism. If you are one of them, then the following tour is for sure worth a visit.

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    Wuzhen, Xitang and Hangzhou Three-Day Tour
    Xitang Ancient Town, located at the junction of Jiangsu Province, Zhejiang Province and Shanghai City, is a Jiangnan ancient town with a history spanning more than a thousand years. Renowned for the ‘large number of bridges, alleys and galleries’, it is popular for directors who often choose to base their sets here for domestic and international films and TV series. For example, one of the signs at the ship bank was left behind by Tom Cruise’s Mission: Impossible III.

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    A Four Day Itinerary for the Four Jewels of Eas...
    If time was no worry, we’d all be poets, spending the rest of our days appreciating the unique charms of Hangzhou and Suzhou, drifting along the historical river in Wuzhen, and zipping away to Shanghai whenever we need to inject our idyllic pastimes with the energy of a cosmopolitan global city. Coming back to the reality of the grind for those of us with heavy schedules, it only makes sense to provide a compact itinerary for the avid traveler on a tight schedule who doesn’t want to compromise on the quality of experiences.

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    Hangzhou Qiandao Lake - Two Day Tour
    What is marvelous about Qiandao Lake (Thousand-Islet Lake) is the crystal-clear water and the 1,078 islets scattering in the lake for which it was named for. Located in Chun’an County, Qiandao Lake is two-hour drive from downtown Hangzhou. It’s the largest man-made lake in east China.

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