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Wuzhen lies at the north of Tongxiang City. This small town, with its black tiled and timber framework houses, contrasts sharply with its white walls and gray flagging, bringing to mind a Chinese ink and wash painting. The morning of Wuzhen starts with women washing clothes by the clear river and black wooden windows propped up. The river running through the town was once the main means of transportation for local people. Much of the fame of Wuzhen Town can be attributed to Mao Dun, a great modern writer and the first cultural minister of the People's Republic. Born in Wuzhen, Mao has described the town with great warmth in several of his novels, and his former dwelling is preserved here.

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  • MoGan Mountain

    MoGan Mountain

    Located in Deqing County of Huzhou City in northeastern Zhejiang Province; Mogan Mountain has been listed as one of the 'Four Best Summer Resorts in China' along with Beidaihe Scenic Spot, Mt. Lushan and Jigong Mountain. Covering an area of 43 sq kilometers (about 10,625 acres) and with an average altitude of 500 meters (1,640 ft), Mogan Mountain is famous for its wild bamboo and dispersed villas of different styles and enthralling legends.
    Villas hidden in the bamboo forest may surprise the visitors. More than two hundreds villas representing different styles, including European, American, Japanese, Russian, give the name 'World Architecture Museum' to Mogan Mountain. Gothic, Barroque or Rococo, northern and southern European, American and traditional Chinese architectures are scattered on the mountain. Most of the villas were built in the last century and were used by many famous people, such as the former leader of CCP Mao Zedong and Zhou Enlai, the former leader of Kuomintang Chiang Kai-shek, the former King of Cambodia Norodom Sihanouk and the former Chairman of Vietnam Ho Chi Minh. Now the previous residences are well preserved and open to visitors.
    It takes about two hours and a half to drive from Shanghai to Mogan Mountain. Winter is a good season to enjoy the Thoreau-style life in Mogan Mountain as the crystal cold air and few visitors contribute to the tranquility. 
    The layout of the hotel follows the geomancy tradition of ancient town in Zhejiang. The courtyard walls are tall and painted in elegant colors: white wall, grey bricks and black tiles. The cost the French boss eight years to design and construct. Behind the architectural complexes are the tea garden and the rose garden. The hotel features colorful scenery and fragrance over the mountains in most seasons. 
    When going inside the room, you will feel the enchanting warm air from the fireplace. Those who have ever stayed in luxury hotels shall be attracted by some details here. For instance, there is some pleasant aroma indoors. It may come from the oak floor, the furniture or the good wine in the cellar. The quality furnishing and decoration make people feel comfortable and natural.

    How to Get There:
    If you are in Hangzhou, you can take a direct coach to Mogan Mountain at the North Bus Station. The journey takes about one hour. If you are in Shanghai, you can take a train to Hangzhou first, or take a coach to Huzhou from the Old North Bus Station or the New Passenger Station. With a total journey time of two to three hours, you can get off at Mogan Mountain Stop.

  • Tongli


    Originally named Fushi, Tongli is an age-old but very well preserved water township with a history of more than 1,000 years. Located on the eastern shore of Taihu Lake, just 18 kilometers (11 miles) from Suzhou City, Tongli town is 63 square kilometers (24 square miles) in area and has a population of over 33 thousand. True to its reputation, Tongli is a really wonderful travel destination where you can spend a marvelous holiday or experience traditional Chinese culture. Follow our guide and you will have a general idea of this captivating water-town. These are the vital links between the different parts of town. Forty-nine stone bridges in a variety of styles join the seven islands created by fifteen rivers and five lakes upon which Tongli stands. Each bridge has a name and these examples will give you an idea of the poetic nature of the inhabitants. Tongli Town deserves its reputation of a 'museum of ancient architectures' as there are good many houses and temples dating from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Built along the riversides and decorated with flying eaves, carved windows, porcelain furniture, figured clay bricks, dapper gardens and small stairs leading down to the water, these complexes mean Tongli is a shining pearl among the water-towns south of Yangtze River. Tongli is a town with a profound cultural background and achievement. From ancient times, it has been teeming with poets, painters, Confucian scholars and government officials. Their abilities have made great contributions to progress in many areas of the country. Dozens of stone tablets from different periods are preserved in Tongli and many of the streets are named after their official titles. Walking through the alleys of this venerable water town, one cannot fail to appreciate its pristine and intoxicating atmosphere.

  • Suzhou


    The city of Suzhou, originally constructed by HE LU, rule of the State of Wu, will celebrate the 2500th anniversary of its foundation this year. This ancient city witnessed in its long history innumerable epoch making events and countless eminent of the per-sonages. These have become a rich cultural heritage of the Chinese people. The towarding pagoda on the Tiger Hill is mute testimony to the splendid culture and civilisation of the city. people in Suzhou are adept in gathering condensing and reproducing everything beautiful that has ever existed. The gardens for which Suzhou is famous boast the exquisite reproduction in as small area of lofty mountains and affluent rivers, imperial palaces and country houses. Gardens such as Canglang Pavilion, Zhuozheng yuan(The Humble Administrators garden), Wangshiyuan(Anglers Garden), Shizilin(the lion Grove Garden), Liuyuan(Lingering garden), Yiyuan(Joyous garden), etc. Epitomise the different architectural styles of the Song , Yuan , Ming and Qing Dynasties. Tourists will be dazzled by the great variety of handicraft articles -- potted landscapes, Suzhou embroidery sandalwood fans, theatrical engraving, mahogany furniture, minute carving -- which are known far and wide for their superb artistry.

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