Donghu Town, Yuecheng District Didang New City, Shaoxing, Zhejiang 31200
The crescent lake is hemmed in by a hill formed of bluestone which is surrounded by hill, grottoes and stone bridges. This place exudes calmness and oneness with nature.
Shaoxing Lanzhu Moutain, Shaoxing, Zhejiang 312000
The attraction of the Orchid Pavilion not only comes from its magnificent landscape and graceful southern China gardening sights, but also from its profound historical culture and its unique and vast reputation in the calligraphic field.
No.229 Luxun Middle Road, Shaoxing, Zhejiang 312000
Situated in Luxun Road (Middle), the well-preserved Former Residence of Lu Xun represents the full version of this Chinese literary giant's daily life and the place where he worked on his literature. This is where he was born and spent his childhood and the site provides a true feeling of his life with most of the building, mentioned in his novel, still to be seen.
Yuecheng District Kuaijishan view, Shaoxing, Zhejiang 312000
This is where the Yu the Great Mausoleum is located. Embraced by green hills and clear waters, the simple and solemn mausoleum consists of the mausoleum itself, the Yu Memorial Hall and the Yu Temple. These three magnificent building groups provide a series of sacrificial areas for people respecting this legendary figure.
No.58 Keyan Street, Shaoxing, Zhejiang 312000
Intriguing sceneries left by stone quarrying in ancient times present a different natural scenery including strange caves, cliffs and remarkable rocks.This scenic area contains building groups in the architecture style of the Tang Dynasty. Moreover, the newly developed nearby Lu Town Scenic Area adds much to the air of local culture.
Yuecheng District Bazi Bridge, Shaoxing, Zhejiang 312000
No 318 Luxun Middle Road, Shaoxing, Zhejiang 312000
The 800 years old Shen Garden was originally a private landscape garden with classical architecture style. What is so different in this garden is that it was the setting for the moving love story of Lu You, quite a famous poet in Song Dynasty (960-1279).