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A must go to park that is nestled in a wooded forest in a hilly section of Hangzhou. A popular place so expect the crowds, however, the place is peaceful and serene. There are plenty of beautiful sights to view so be patient, sit on...More
Interesting Buddha sculptures at the beginning of the Linjiang Temple complex. They’re included in the Temple ticket. We especially liked the fat laughing Buddha and there was an sign with an explanation in English.
It was interesting. We went for a half day walk there and it was interesting to see all the carvings there. Definitely the air there was much cleaner than in the city. Mostly Chinese tourists but we met some expats too. It's not really a...More
Found this by accident. It was actually a part of Lingyin Temple (you buy entry tickets to get into Lingyin Temple and not Fei Lai Feng).
Thoroughly amazed by the number of carvings and that fact that you can climb us and get up close...More
You'll probably appreciate carvings a little more when you're a buddhist. Admission ticket cost 45yuan and required to get in if you want to go to Lingyin Temple (it's located inside Fei Lai Feng Area). I enjoy the scenic, green area. There are a lots...More
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Hi, Isabelle. It is really very depend on which part of westlake you will wish to start off, there are more than 10 spots of attraction that have diff bus routes that can reach. We stayed in JieFang Rd., but there is no bus... More
Hi, Isabelle. It is really very depend on which part of westlake you will wish to start off, there are more than 10 spots of attraction that have diff bus routes that can reach. We stayed in JieFang Rd., but there is no bus will reach there. Basically you need to walk there (around 15 minutes) and reach a bus stand called Hubin 湖滨, take bus no. 7 (very frequent bus flows), get down at yue miao 岳庙. For your info, yue miao is already one of the spot in westlake. From this bus stand there are few more other tourist spots you can travel to. However, Isabelle you need to be aware of which direction you would like to go. You may need to cross to opposite of the road using the underground tunnel.
I found some info regarding how they depart from pinghai rd to westlake. However, i am not 100% sure with the accuracy. You can have a reference. But to me it is wasting time as take too long to reach westlake. Sometime walking is faster. You can baidu them from the internet, start from the exact hotel you will like to stay.
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