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This is a beautiful hike in Hangzhou wasted by some heavy traffic. You indeed have many cars driving fast and honking repeatedly which makes it rather unpleasant.
I don't get why this isn't only a pedestrian path...
It is a nice place for heat escape in the summer. A long and narrow street crawls with creeks and tea tree fields along the sides. Kids can jump into the stream and play with the water.
The only pity is numerous visitors and cars,...More
Even during the national holiday, this place was empty, only a few people around but was possible to enjoy it.
The area is quite big, you can either enjoy resting in the park or hiking around.
You can rent a bike.
We are not aware of this place until a local old folk told us that we must visit the place after we visit the Tea plantation. She begged me to go and swear to God that i will not regret about it. Indeed, after i...More
Decided to go after reading reviews on TA.What an amazing place ....Did not expect so much of greenery and the tea plantations on the way were really breathtaking.We hired bicycles and did the whole stretch.I strongly recommend it but wear clothes which cover you as...More
I bicycle or hike through Jiuxi very often. This place can be reached from Qiantang river side (bus 4, 287, 504 stops there) or from Longjing village, then walk down to end of village, pass through Nine Creeks area until you reach the pond with...More
We came here after our trip to the picturesque Longjin Tea Fields. We were already had enough of the crowded lake and figured we’d give the 18 Stream a try. Were we wrong! It was less crowded than West Lake but the crowds were ever-present...More