Hangzhou Amusement Land is a well-known comprehensive theme park in the Yangtze River Delta. Located in the central area of Xianghu Lake in Hangzhou city, it enjoys convenient transportation and is divided into the three major recreation areas of Mayan Tribes, Lost Jungle and Adventure Island.
Located on the banks of the Qiantang River, the Hangzhou Grand Theater was completed in 2004. Covering an area of about 100,000 square meters, it was designed by Canadian designer Carlos Ott and consists of four venues, namely the opera house, concert hall, variable theater and sunken amphitheater as well as an open-air cultural square.
The Ancient City of Taizhou is located in Linhai of Taizhou, Zhejiang province. It is a scenic area covering 3.12 square kilometers. Its attractions include the Taizhou City Wall, Ziyang Ancient Street, East Lake and Jinshan Mountain.
The Dayao Longquan Kilns site is home to a group of kilns located in Dayao village, and was once the core production area of Longquan celadon in China. Today, this is a protected area covering 5.2 square kilometers, and contains 126 kiln sites.
Shanglin Lake Yue Kilns is home to a group of ancient kilns used from the second to 12th centuries in China. The sites surround Shanglin Lake in Cixi, Zhejiang, with nearly 120 celadon kiln sites covering 12.9 square kilometers.
Opening its doors to the public on June 26, 2021, the China Cartoon and Animation Museum has a collection of over 20,000 items associated with comics and animations.
Covering a total area of 4.81 square kilometers, the Hometown of Liu Bowen Scenic Area consists of two scenic areas: Liu Ji Temple and Baizhang Waterfalls.
East China's Zhejiang province is known for its picturesque landscapes and rich cultural heritage.
Spectacular landscapes, historic sites & ancient water towns, tea, silk and porcelain...East China's Zhejiang will realize your imagination about oriental culture.
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