The Capital of Zhejiang is Hangzhou and it is also the biggest city in the province. Located on the west coast of China on the South China Sea.
There are many great tourism attractions; natural, cultural and historical to enjoy while vacationing here:
Mount Mogan, a scenic mountain an hour from Hangzhou with many pre-WWII villas built by foreigners, along with one of Chiang Kai-shek’s Kuomintang compounds
The Baoguo Temple is one of the oldest remaining wooden structures in Southern China, 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) north of Ningbo.
Mount Putuo, one of the most noted Buddhist Mountains in China. Chinese Buddhists associate it with Guan Yin.
The Qita Temple, Ningbo.
Shaoxing, the site of the Tomb of Yu the Great, Wuzhen and other waterway towns.
The ancient capital of Hangzhou.
Mount Tiantai, (å¤©å°å±±), a mountain important to Zen Buddhism.
West Lake, in Hangzhou.
Yandang Shan, a mountainous scenic area north of Wenzhou.
Qiandao Lake, lit. Thousand-island lake.
Guoqing Temple, founded in the Sui Dynasty, the founding location of Tiantai Buddhism