Discover the best top things to do in Lin'an, China including Da'ming Mountain, Lin'an Zhexi Canyon, Tianmushan Scenic Aera, Lin'an Dongtianmu Mountain, Tianchi Scenic Resort of West Zhejiang, Taihu Lake Source, Qingshan Lake, Lin'an Shenglong River, West Tianmu Mountain, White Horse Cliff.
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This 1400 metre high mountain with 34 peaks is a very impressive sight. Of all the so-called "beauty spots" in Lin'an prefecture, it is only this one which truly deserves the name. Yet considering its proximity to Shanghai and Hangzhou, it is surprisingly little known,. especially among Westerners. You will not find the huge crowds here that detract from a visit to many of China's other natural sights.
We walked up the beautiful Longmen Gorge to the peak. It follows a white water river via several beautiful cascades. Along the way you can see several rare and endangered plants, including the Daming pine and various species of azalea and rhododendron. The pine-clad upper slopes of the mountain are very beautiful, as are the jagged peaks which reach upward into the sky. If you are too tired after the uphill hike, you can come down by slide or cable car. Overall, this is very scenic mountain where you can see some beautiful forest and get some fresh air. This is by far the pick of sights in the region.
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Enjoy the fresh nature, be prepared for hiking to enjoy the beautiful view, there are lots of activities you can avail.
You can buy a tour package nearby the highway at 160RMB each which includes : Grand Canyon , Zhelin Waterfalls , River Tour & Water rafting.
There is a zip line at only 30RMB.Water rafting at 60RMB ( 8 people) 100RMB (2 people).Tightrope walking at 25RMB.
To go there take bus From Hangzhou City-to-Lin'an City, and then another bus from Lin'an City-to-Daoshi (Longgang)
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If you like big trees such as redwoods, you will be impressed by the remaining giant cryptomeria trees here. Take a bus rather than walk up the mountain, and then stroll around these monster trunks. Plenty of opportunities for getting away from the crowds.
Take a bus from Lin'an old bus station (chang tu ke yun zhong xin, near the Qianwang Hotel) to the small town of Yuqian, which is about 1 hour and 7RMB away. From there change buses (one runs every 40 minutes) to get to the West Tianmushan ticket office and resort. Admission 150RMB.
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The Taihu Lake is the third largest Freshwater lake in China with a surface area of about 2,338 square km. The lake is just like a bright pearl set in the Yangtze River delta and looks more like an ocean than a lake. More than 48 islets make up a beautiful scenic spot The most notable among these islets is the Turtle head peninsula. You feel that you are looking at a giant turtle in water. The area is full of flowers and trees. Different architectural additions to the natural landscape makes it captivating.
The entrance ticket costs 105 RMB. You can use an electric car to convey you to the wharf at a charge of 15 RMB or walk down some distance and catch a bus which is free. Once at the wharf you can find restaurants and shopping areas. There are several double decker Ferries capable of Seating 200 passengers to transport you to the Turtle Head Islet. The cost of the ferry is included in the entry ticket. It takes about 20 minutes for the journey. The water is green but does not seem to be very clean and surprisingly there are no birds.
However the place is very serene and you can spend about 4 hours going through the place. There is a match maker temple in the island. A giant lock is erected depicting love and affection between a couple. Thousands of locks can be seen hanging on the chains as people locks them on the chains wishing a happy match. However check out the timings of the last ferry from the island, else you could be left stranded on the island.
There are several scenic spots in the vicinity. There is also a 377 ft tall Ferris wheel in the nearby town that takes 18 minutes to complete one revolution. You can have a great view of the lake and the adjoining scenery.
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This little stretch of the Shenglong River (really, little more than a brook) makes for a pleasant ramble. I enjoyed it more than Baishui Waterfall anyway. This gorge seems more biodiverse, with a range of different trees and flowers on display. The walking trails are also more extensive and varied, allowing for a short or an extended hike. The Purple Snowy Waterfall made for some attractive snapshots, but really the whole area is pleasant. The cultural relics that once dotted the area have been lost, however. The various pavilions were destroyed during the Cultural Revolution and their replacements lack authenticity, to say the least. Still, the Chinese in our party enjoyed the opportunity to get river snails at a rustic tea-house alongside the river. This is a minor but engaging enough stop on a drive through the area.
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