Yunxi Zhujing Scenic Resort

Yunxi Zhujing Scenic Resort, Hangzhou: Hours, Address, Yunxi Zhujing Scenic Resort Reviews: 4.5/5

Yunxi Zhujing Scenic Resort

Yunxi Zhujing Scenic Resort
4.5
7:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Monday
7:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Tuesday
7:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Wednesday
7:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Thursday
7:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Friday
7:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Saturday
7:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Sunday
7:30 AM - 5:30 PM
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Rob S
11 contributions
Fantastic Bamboo Forest
May 2019
This is a lovely place to visit and relax amongst the sighing bamboo. The China Discovery tour guide was great at explaining the history and describing the many different varieties of trees.
Written June 16, 2019
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amyztravelz
California555 contributions
Peaceful and beautiful hike
May 2018 • Couples
Our tour guide took us to visit this spot since it was close to the tea plantation we were going to visit.
This park was exactly what we wanted!!! Serene, peaceful, not crowded, lush green and an easy hike.
We had many stops for photos and also places to rest if needed.
Mature old growth trees fill the park along with deep bamboo forests.
Bring comfortable shoes. And a hat- though the trees provide good shade most of the time. And you must bring drinking water if going around spring and summer time.
A little cafe halfway up to stop for coffee and snacks. Restrooms there. Not as clean as expected....
Park is like an oasis from the tourists and the summer heat!
Written May 14, 2018
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howardxp1
Cancun, Mexico297 contributions
A peaceful walk and getaway from the city noise.
Nov 2017 • Couples
This took us only about an hour to walk through. There was nothing Earth-shattering but it was quiet, peaceful and has LOTS of bamboo trees which are beautiful. It certainly gets you to a peaceful place away from any hustle and bustle of the city.
Admission was 8 rmb per person.
It is difficult to find unless you have a car or go by taxi.

Howard S.
Written November 25, 2017
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betteskid
Boston, MA921 contributions
Peaceful and pleasant place to walk and enjoy the bamboo
May 2017 • Business
I visited here with friends on a business trip in the area. It happened to be raining the day I was here, but I thoroughly enjoyed it. The place is outside Hangzhou, in the general area of West Lake. There is an entrance fee to walk through well-marked trails with signs (in both English and Chinese) describing the plant life. We stopped for tea at a tea house after walking for about a mile and enjoyed that as well. I would recommend taking advantage of this place if you have time when you visit Hangzhou. You can reach it via a hired car.
Written May 8, 2017
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Paul S
131 contributions
Amazing place!
Dec 2016 • Couples
This forest walk was one of the most interesting and quiet places we found in the west lake area. We were there in winter and the forest lacked the beautiful green hue we were expecting from the dense bamboo but the layout of the paths, bridges, small creeks and pools of water that are provided as you trek up the hill create a sense of tranquility and relaxation. There are also a series of Buddhist tablets and tombs on the way up and a number of trees more than 1000 years old. At the top you will find a couple of shops and tea house (although not open at the time we were there) and a large pavilion crowning the view back down. What was most special about our visit here was that there were very few people around, seeing approx 5 groups in the 2 hours we were there, so either we it was a quiet time or this place is off the tourist map. Getting back down to west lake was also easy as there is a bus stop directly at the entrance. Highly recommend visiting of youre in the area!
Written December 28, 2016
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josieinchina
Hangzhou, China149 contributions
Best Hike in all of Hangzhou
Feb 2016 • Couples
I have hiked Yunqi four times. To say the least, it is a great getaway from the city. It's secluded enough that you get into nature and forget the busy hustle and bustle of Hangzhou down below. I often see avid hikers on the trail as well as tourists (definitely unprepared in high heels, too few/too many clothes, etc.) I am not a big city person, so this place helps me stay sane when I need to get away from the city.

After the initial slope through the bamboo, this trail is all stairs, so if its busy with people at the bottom, you can count on the crowd thinning as you make your way up. There is a temple once you reach the top and a shop selling instant ramen, drinks, snacks, and ice cream in the summer. Of course it's much more expensive than normal because someone has to haul it all in by hand, but it's not unreasonable.

If you keep hiking along the ridgeline, you will come to some beautiful views of the hills and find some amazing tea fields. If you come in the early spring, you can see the workers picking the baby tea leaves. If you have the time and the energy, I highly recommend going as far as you can!
Written December 20, 2016
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Peter F
Adelaide, Australia102 contributions
Avoid this place on Sundays or public holidays
Oct 2016 • Couples
This place perhaps deserves a better rating as it is a beautiful setting with lots of hiking trails . However like most things in China it is very very popular with tourists and especially Chinese tourists . We made the mistake of going on a Sunday in the afternoon . It was so crowded it spoilt the whole feeling and appreciation of this tranquillity setting . We suggest visiting early morning and during the weekdays if you wish to feel the spirit of,the forest . Of course there is a mountain path there which takes a couple of hours or more to climb to the peak if you wish more solitude
Written October 17, 2016
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Sadashivaswamy
Shanghai, China27 contributions
Bamboo lined Path
May 2016 • Family
If you want to stay away from crowd & noise, and you love to walk then this is recommended place to visit.
Written June 3, 2016
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the_changs
Singapore, Singapore107 contributions
Nice bamboo forest
Mar 2016 • Solo
I love bamboo forest and that's the reason I made the trip here. Honestly it wasn't as good as the ones in Japan but still a nice trip for me. Do make sure you bring repellent if you don't like bugs.
Written March 31, 2016
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hlinajs
Slovakia266 contributions
Beauty and tranquility
Feb 2016
I visited on Feb.10th, I got there by bus no.103, exited bus on Yunqi ZhuJing stop, from there it is only short walk to gate (entrance fee is 8CNY). Weather was perfect, sunny and warm. There were many tourists as I expected for Chinese New Year vacations but I cannot say crowded. Place was still quiet and peaceful, enjoyed strolling through bamboo forest and old mighty trees. At the end of resort I took a long rest and almost fell sleep over there. I am looking forward coming back later in the ordinary day after Chinese New Year holidays.
Written February 25, 2016
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