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1. Chinese style building pagoda.
2. They believes that the number of floors shall be odd. It has been used for some propose same as prison,...
3. Beautiful view. there is restaurant inside pagoda that you can use it if you like.
4. In the...More
Atop Wushan hill stood a fairly new Chinese style pavilion, Hangzhou Chenghuang Pagoda (Pavilion of the City God). The pavilion is big, seven storeys high, with elevators. We took the elevator all the way up to the sixth floor and had a magnificent panoramic view...More
I decided to visit this pagoda because I could see it all lit up from from the lake. I visited the pagoda the next morning as the entrance was about 10 minutes from my hotel.
The pagoda sits atop a hill next to Hefang street,...More
Once you hike to the top of Wushan Mountain from He Fang Jie, you can't miss Chenghuang Temple! There are many huge camphor trees on the grounds and surrounding areas as they are sacred trees in Buddhism (and they are also the city tree of...More
Surprisingly enough I couldn't find the place in Tripadvisor so it seems I am the first to review it...
Why surprisingly ?
Just look at the pictures I have attached, as I am using to do, so you can understand what I mean....
This is my first visit on chenghuang pagoda. Very good exercise as you need to climb up to the top. You just follow the crow where most of tourists heading in same way to the top. you will definitely see the whole view of hangzhou...More
Visit the Hangzhou Museum at the foot of the hill which you can exit from the middle of the hill. This will save the time needed to climb the hill. The City God Statue in the temple was the biggest I have ever seen. They...More
Big Chenghuang pagoda on Wu Shan is nice from outside but going inside was a waste of time. There was nothing indoors which attracted me and also weather & air quality was poor with low visibility so we couldn't even fully enjoy views from pagoda....More
This is the tourist site on top of Wu Hill. This is quite a long uphill climb from Hefang Street but well worth it. The entrance fee costs RMB 30 per person and my three year old goes free.
On top there is a pavilion,...More