Where do you think the most beautiful scenery is in Hangzhou?

Introduction: Where do you think the most beautiful scenery in Hangzhou is? Besides West Lake, what other beautiful photo spots are there in Hangzhou? Where are the good places in Hangzhou that are suitable for taking photos?

Thank you! I’ve been to Hangzhou seven or eight times, mostly during series tours or business trips. I have been retired for more than ten years and have not been to Hangzhou since my retirement. I think Hangzhou has changed a lot. It is said that Hangzhou New Station has been built into a first-class railway station in the country. I wonder if it refers to the original city station or the east station? In my impression, the West Lake, Feilai Peak and Liuhe Pagoda of Lingyin Temple are the more beautiful scenery. After watching the video of the G20 Summit in Hangzhou, I feel that the West Lake has become beautiful again, and I really want to go and see it again.

Besides West Lake, what other beautiful photo spots are there in Hangzhou?

When mentioning Hangzhou, I believe the first thing that comes to everyone’s mind must be Hangzhou’s West Lake. West Lake in Hangzhou is indeed a fascinating, picturesque and classic attraction. But in fact, in addition to West Lake, Hangzhou also has these famous attractions that must be visited!

The first attraction to recommend is Songcheng, located at No. 148 Zhijiang Road, Hangzhou. It is also a theme park in Hangzhou, where you will see the large-scale musical “Eternal Love in Songcheng”. The song and dance drama brings the classic stories of Hangzhou’s ancient times and its economic development to life, and you will be involuntarily brought into the scene of the drama. At that moment, you will feel that Hangzhou is a desirable city, and Hangzhou people are worthy of everyone’s admiration and respect. I believe netizens and viewers who like to watch “Running Brothers” know that in the second season, an episode of the program was recorded here. This shows how intoxicating Songcheng is.

The second recommended attraction is Lingyin Temple, located at No. 1 Lingyin Road, Xihu District, Hangzhou. I believe everyone who has watched the TV series “Jigong” knows that it was here that Jigong became a monk. It is the oldest and most famous temple in Hangzhou. According to insiders, many pilgrims come here to make wishes every day, and it is also very effective. If you are still single and want to find a partner, you might as well come here to make a wish. When you return from your trip, you may actually find your significant other right away!

The third must-visit attraction is Qinghefang Street, located in Wushan Square, Shangcheng District, Hangzhou. It is one of the most popular, most beautiful and most visited business districts in Hangzhou. The buildings and shops on this street have ancient characteristics and charm. Here you will meet gentle, pleasant, enthusiastic and sincere local shopkeepers, and you can also eat local classic snacks. If you are a foodie and someone who likes to join in the fun, this place will definitely make you linger.

The fourth classic and beautiful attraction is the Broken Bridge with Snow on Beishan Street, Xihu District, Hangzhou. This is the place where White Snake and Xu Xian dated in the TV series “The Legend of White Snake”. According to locals, single men and women who visit here will find beautiful love, and married couples will immediately feel happy after seeing it! The scenery of the Broken Bridge is very beautiful, and many tourists and friends will stay here quietly. Watching the surrounding scenery in ecstasy, soothing your body and mind. In fact, it is also the starting point of West Lake in Hangzhou.

Having introduced so many classic attractions, the last one I would highly recommend is West Lake in Hangzhou. The ancients also compared the West Lake to the peerless beauty Xi Tzu. West Lake is very large. If you want to visit every corner of West Lake, it will probably take you two full days. In addition, Hangzhou West Lake almost changes scenery every time you move, and the scenery you see is different everywhere.

As a photographer based in Hangzhou, I often run around with my camera on my back. I have taken photos almost everywhere from the lively West Lake District to remote suburbs. Recommend a list of very good outdoor shooting locations in Hangzhou, so that you can have a direction when traveling and not be confused when taking photos.

Where are the good places in Hangzhou that are suitable for taking photos?

emmmmm. . . This question depends on what style of scenery you want to take.

The area around West Lake is ok, and there are many places with beautiful scenery, so I won’t recommend them all.

If you want to take a look, you can click on my album “Hand-Drawn Maps”

I have included all the places with good scenery that I know near the West Lake.

Recommend some small alleys in Hangzhou that have more Jiangnan characteristics.

Come and see the urban life in old Hangzhou

In the eyes of old-fashioned Hangzhou people, Mantou Mountain is the site of the Imperial City of the Southern Song Dynasty. There are colorful paintings on the repaired white walls of the streets, which are stories from traditional folk festivals and are full of ancient cultural charm. 13 ancient wells have also been renovated in the community. The “magpies calling wintersweet pictures” on the ancient wells are beautiful in the wind. The depiction of floating bamboo leaves reproduces the context of the Southern Song Dynasty and the urban customs of old Hangzhou. Residents can fetch water from the well for laundry and vegetables, and everything can return to the scenes of life in the streets and alleys of the past. In front of the rows of Hangzhou-style houses with blue bricks and black tiles, you can see clothes and quilts drying in the sun like flags in the corridors, and residents can be seen drying in the sun under rattan chairs in front of and behind the houses. Sun, chatting about the shortcomings of the parents. If you want to feel the customs and customs of old Hangzhou, you can take a walk here.

Jiangnan alleys with stories

An ordinary alley with white walls and black tiles in the hinterland of Hangzhou has a lot to offer if you take a closer look. This ancient alley was built in the Southern Song Dynasty. It was named after it was a Taiping Army camp. Later, it gained the glory and reputation of “the place where Chairman Mao visited”. It is located at No. 2 Fangguyuan, adjacent to Xiaoying Alley. There is also the former residence of Qian Xuesen. Although the downtown area of ​​Hangzhou is just a few hundred meters away, Xiaoying Alley is very quiet and clean, as if it does not belong to modern time and space. During the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom, the “Tingwang Mansion” here used to be the country’s highest military command base (now a nursing home); in 1958, Chairman Mao once walked into No. 61 Xiaoying Lane, which also made this place famous for a while. Images from different eras are here Overlapping and intersecting in the same space, the old stories of Xiaoying Alley are passed down from generation to generation. Hangzhou is really a city where you can encounter history when you walk.

There are many small alleys like this in Hangzhou, so I won’t list them all. They are included in the album “Hangzhou Alleys”

The detailed addresses of the above locations are also clearly written in the album.

If you have a more fun place, please feel free to plant it for me in the comment area~~Hehe

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Zhejiang University Zhijiang Campus Zhejiang University Zhijiang Campus is a school worth spending a day with.

Zhijiang Campus is backed by the Qiantang River. The entire campus has a quiet academic atmosphere.

The red European-style building has many small slopes, which is very suitable for taking pictures. Full of strong Republican style.

Zhejiang University’s Zhijiang Campus is the second most beautiful campus in China, second only to Xiamen University. The small auditorium, white building, red building and so on. Walking along the path, you can see the characters carved in the Republic of China era. I imagine that this is where the ancients recited poems and painted a beautiful story.

No wonder Feng Xiaogang chose this as the main filming location for “Tangshan Earthquake”.

Baita Park The original site of Baita Park was the oldest railway station in Hangzhou. At that time, Hangzhou people with old roots had deep memories of it.

Driving along Zhijiang Road, you can see the locust tree that shoots out from the middle of the house. Its pale petals bloom with the outstretched branches, swaying under the blue sky. This is the entrance to Baita Park. .

Walking along the high platform, you will see the locomotive and the intersecting tracks. The locomotive has been transformed into a locomotive-themed restaurant. You can step on the steps, board the train, find a seat by the window, and order a cup of iron. Drinks and spend the afternoon quietly.

Of course, on weekends, the figures of cute girls on the track are also a beautiful scenery. They stand and look into the distance or sit and look back and smile, showing the style of the Republic of China. Some young and artistic young people will bring cameras to record this wonderful time. .

Of course, there are also best friends walking hand in hand on the railway track, chatting about little secrets, and walking along the track step by step. When you are tired from walking, go to the nearby cafe and order a drink, sit in front of the floor-to-ceiling windows and take in the scenery on the roadside.

If you want something different, you can go to the sky cafe, which is a metal cafe built in the sky. As long as the weather is suitable, you can sit in the sky, drink coffee, and watch the clouds roll over the Qiantang River.

Nanshan Road Nanshan Road is separated from the West Lake by only one road. This road has witnessed the historical changes of Hangzhou. Spend half a day walking along Nanshan Road.

The historical buildings on the roadside still have their old charm, and they seem to be telling you about their past and present lives. Listen to the sounds of falling leaves, the jingle of bicycles, and the bustle of passing tourists.

For a moment, I didn’t know what year it was today. Maybe you will think of your past and present lives here, and before you know it, two lines of tears have fallen down your cheeks.

Just walk quietly like this, every step you take may be a story. As you walk, you walk into history and into eternity…