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Dongji Island

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Dongji Island

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Dongji Town, Putuo District, Zhoushan 316100 China
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One Day Putuo mountain Tour
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One Day Putuo mountain Tour

On arrival, English-speaking guide and driver will meet you at hotel in Ningbo/Zhoushan City, then accompany you to the pier for a ferry onto the Island. A day visit covers all the essential sites on Puto Mountain. Tour ends around 4 pm, then guide will acompany you back to hotel or station for bus back to Ningbo.<br><br>Worshipped by millions, Putuoshan island has already become a landmark and a tour staple. Putuoshan features a treasure of beautiful ancient temples, stunning scenery and golden windswept beaches for discovery at your leisure.
$271.80 per adult
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Richard P wrote a review Apr 2020
Shanghai, China8 contributions1 helpful vote
Took a trip here for scouting a location. The people are lovely to the best of their ability and although it's like 89% elderly they are really sweet and even offer you a bit of their hard days picking. Although no Sea breeze and still developing it's worth the trip. Stayed at 东极心安会 who helped me even get my foreigner registration permit done. Located near a cliff end it was a good location for catching the evening setting sun. The general island might be what you expect from an island with no interest in your opinion... But it's a good escape
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Date of experience: April 2020
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Hachemi C wrote a review May 2017
Mascara, Algeria6 contributions5 helpful votes
I have discovered Dongji Island by chance online and i have decided to visit it without having many information about it, and thats how i found my self in Paradise. I ll try to give some infos about how you get there. Dongji Island is a part of Zhoushan Island which you can go to either by bus or plane. You need to get first to Putuo Area, where you can buy boat ticket to Dongji from Shenjiamen station, you need to be there early in the morning to buy tickets if you wanna go the same day, or you can buy at around noon and go the next day. there is many people specially in public holidays. Dongji is formed by three major islands, all of them are worth visiting, but personnallyi recommend Dongfu Island which is the one in the extreme east and then QING BANG DAO Island which i fell in love with , its surprisingly the one with the least visitors, the houses are all old its really quite, the perfect place for someone who want to escape the noise and technology. Prices are relatively high in Dongfu island and you better book your hotel before arrival. I would like to recommend two places to stay in Qing bang dao Island (i have their business card but its written in chinese which im supposed to know ) Anyway here are their phone numbers 05806048881 - the host is a very nice young chinese girl who can speak english the place is very warm as she works with her parents ..it feels like home. And the second one is a very nice hotel with a stunning sea view. Phone number : 15257079002. All places are really safe, but if you are in Qing bang dao you might wanna stay away from the bar in there. Love Dongji
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Milton781 wrote a review Apr 2013
Seattle, WA20 contributions22 helpful votes
I have lived in China for two years and this may be my favorite of all the places I've visited. Stone houses on steep hills with winding stairways; cats watching baskets of fish drying; retired fishermen watching their sons and grandsons returning from the fishing grounds in the afternoon; truly fantastic seafood - you can dine on the quay; one of the coolest bars (at night) and coffee shops (morning) is the Rock Jetty Bar - you can have a latte "at the ends of the earth"; and do get up at 4:30am to make the trek to the Sunrise Pavilion - first place sun rises in China. -- it is worth the walk through the dark streets with only fishermen mending their nets out and about. And don't miss the wonderful art created by the fishermen's wives -- there is a studio where you can watch them paint.
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Date of experience: October 2012
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