City of Legend and Leisure

Bouchet, Ceil Miller
September 2010
National Geographic Traveler;Sep2010, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p31
The article focuses on Hangzhou, a city in China with emphasis on the places to visit in Hangzhou and suggestions regarding what to eat and where to stay. The author suggests to boat on the West Lake and watch the sound and light show "Impressions of West Lake" in the evening. Lingyin Temple, China National Tea Museum, Longjing and Meijiawu villages are some of the suggested places to visit. She suggests to go to teahouses like He Cha Guan, Taiji Teahouse and lake front Shangri-La Hotel.


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