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We bought the ticket in front of the Shangri-La hotel and hopped on a boat, which brought us to the three pools mirroring the moon island. Beautiful!
From there we took the next boat to the park in front of the city. Note: the ticket...More
It is a very nice experience to reach this small island on the west land and walk around for about 1 or 2 hours surrounded by the lavish greenery. Plenty of kiosks with food and drink too a bit pricey. SO pack your own snacks...More
Went here by boat and enjoyed walking around for an hour or two. Many of the signs were in English so it was possible to read a bit about the island. You can easily spend a few hours here. There are several kiosks selling drinks...More
This was the first stop on our boat ride on Xihu. It's a wonderful little islet and we spent well over an hour there. The architecture and greenery are really lovely. There were plenty of snacks too. Highly recommended.
Like the title says...there are so many people visiting this place all the time I have no idea when a good time to visit might be. By all rights this should be peaceful and deserted to enjoy it. We were surrounded by little kids blowing...More
I had bought a keyring in Hangzhou whose symbol was the "3 pools mirroring the moon". So, intrigued by this, we made the short boat trip to this man-made island on the West Lake to witness this symbol up close. Fine - done it, seen...More
We took a boat ride from Huaquang by stopping on Xiao Ying Island ( Three Pools Mirroring the Moon) for a short tour and then took another boat to the museum pier at Bai Causeway. The stroll around the island was impressive and you could...More
This island is only accessible by boat which offers in normal and luxury size, not those you need to raft by yourself. After reaching the island you can choose which pier you wanna leave to. It was an interesting island though when I went there...More