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Located on the east coast, East China embraces Shandong, Jiangsu, Anhui, Zhejiang, Jiangxi and Fujian provinces and Shanghai Municipality and is one of the most economic-developed areas of the country and boasts many of the most attractive places in China.
After visiting East China, you can appreciate the charm of it.
East China is beautiful for its mountains and rivers. ...
... finding a teahouse and spending not much money, you can taste tea and pastries as you pleased. Spending one day there is to taste the local life of Hangzhou.
Stories in Hangzhou
All China’s most poignant love stories took place in Hangzhou. The stories of Fan Li and Xi Shi in Spring and Autumn Period, Liang Shanbo and Zhu Yingtai in Eastern Jin Dynasty, or Xu Xian and Bai Suzhen ...
This time I am going by train. sometime soon I will upload a few photos, I took the overnight train, (2pm in the afternoon to 7:30am in the morning) from Hangzhou to Shenzhen, then a quick hop across the border and metro to Wan Chai where the Visa office is.
... check-in guy let our bags through - one was just over 30kgs, and and the carry-on was near 15. The limits for each are 23 and 10. We weren't complaining though! After a two hour flight, we were back home in Nanyang. I can never understand why it takes 90 mins to fly one way, and 2 hours to fly the other way? Same distance.
A great week, with plenty of variation, quite tiring at times, good weather mostly - though it is definitely getting colder, and great to see Ana again.
... be horror!
Besides the beautiful area around the West Lake, Hangzhou surely has some “normal Chinese city quarters” with office skyscrapers and huge apartment blocks to host the majority of the more than six million inhabitants.
All-in-all our visit to Hangzhou has been nice and relaxing. It was a worthwhile stop, although I experienced it be not Chinese but rather like an artificial relaxation-park.
Next stop: Hong Kong