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We were able to take tour boat around the waterways. Reminded me of miniature South Louisiana swamp tour.
Ok thing to do, but not great....average.
If they had a beer or 2...it could have been better. But, tea is king in China.
Like the surroundings. Lot of different landscapes, lot of paths. Despite our visit was during a weekend we were able to feel alone in the park. Huge green area. So calm, relaxing that you forget you're in the city of XX milion inhabitants! :) :)...More
I enjoyed our visit there. Ample plantation and water lillies. Now I am not a botanologist to be able to judge the varieties and the quality of the gardens but I found plenty of nice shooting opportunities. You can walk at the lake shores and...More
it was a great place for a wonderful walk within nature. we went there early morning and we stayed about 5 hours. We brought our food and drinks and had a picnic on the shore of a lake surrounded by tall tree. However, after our...More
I came here with my teenage son hoping to do some birding. The garden is beautiful, and we saw more birds here than at Xixi Wetlands. It’s a very serene place with beautiful plants and flowers, nicely laid out with good signage. There’s a modest...More
I have lived in Hangzhou almost three years and gone here countless times. It never gets old! For spring, I suggest the plum garden and bonsai garden near the northeast gate. Early to mid-March is best, but sometimes they start to bloom even in late...More
All parks in Hangzhou have no fenced gates. This is one of the huge park with many many entrances, small paths to get in or out. Very convenient and very clean and beautiful at all angles.
It's a park inside city. So people won't get...More
My wife and myself and some friends decided we will go to the gardens and have a picnic. We were unsure if we were allowed to and we couldn’t find anything pertaining to picnics on their website, so we just tried our luck.
We haven't visited in winter, but our daughter-in-law says it could be quite cold, with possible snow. The botanical garden will not be crowded, and it might be quite beautiful in winter, but the best time would be Spring... More
We haven't visited in winter, but our daughter-in-law says it could be quite cold, with possible snow. The botanical garden will not be crowded, and it might be quite beautiful in winter, but the best time would be Spring or Fall.