Longjing Bajing, located in the valley northeast of Longjing Temple, refers to "Fengzhangling, cross-stream pavilion, Dixinmarsh, a cloud, Fangyuan Temple, Shenyun Stone, Cuifengge, Longfeng River". These eight places need to be searched slowly by themselves. There are few tourists in the mountains and they are very quiet.
Maybe there are too many beautiful sceneries in Hangzhou. I feel that the eight sceneries in Longjing are not very famous among many scenic spots in Hangzhou. Especially when I went to Hangzhou in early February, the new tea had become old tea, and no one would go to drink tea. Hangzhou's public bicycle is very convenient, but we must remember that if we go to the eight sceneries of Longjing, we must not ride a bicycle! After crossing the brook pavilion, there is only the way up the hill, and there is no car storage point. I'm afraid no one will carry a bicycle up the hill. Maybe it was not expected that someone would come during this period of time. The scenic spots on the road were very bleak and neglected. There were dead leaves, mud roads and shops that were left unattended. It was not like a scenic spot. It was really quiet. I saw only one visitor along the way.
Hangzhou New West Lake concept, the whole scenic area tea trees everywhere, bird language tea fragrance, Qianlong seven down the Yangtze River south to look around here, the fourth 70-year-old arrived here to write down the three encounters, love for this place incomparable, the whole Longjing scenic area has a pavilion, Dixinmarsh, a cloud, Tianzhaoling, Fangyuan, Jiufangjian, Shenyunshi eight scenic spots, touring mountains and asking about water, making tea as an excellent place to rest, is a place. The place where friends of green tea are bound to go is currently dominated by local tourists.
Longjing Eight Scenic Spots are eight small scenic spots in the valleys around Longjing Temple in Hangzhou. They were once famous for the four visits of the Qing emperor. It takes about two hours to walk once in normal conditions. They have a good combination of interesting and natural scenery, as well as a considerable cultural heritage.
Quiet, beautiful, good place to rest. Winter is still a bit depressed, the only bright spot is the two plum trees blooming on the side of the pavilion across the stream, and the outdated sunshine is even better. The inscriptions of pavilions, streams, towers, pavilions and Longjing in the four tours of Qianlong are worth careful consideration. Longjing has also become a famous tea because of Qianlong.
I really like this place! Sitting on the bus, all the way through is the scenery! ___________ When I went with my classmates in autumn, the leaves were yellow, the leaves fell in a very artistic mood. The roadside was full of Japanese-style mirrors, and I felt very much. There were few people walking into the bridge, so it was very suitable for autumn outing. The sunshine was just right, and the photos were very beautiful!!! It's as if there aren't many people who know it. It's recommended.
Crossing Stream Pavilion - "Located outside the door of Longjing Temple. In the Northern Song Dynasty, the eminent monk Bian Cai retired from Tianzhu to Longjing Temple. In front of the temple, there is a stream named Huxi. The bridge on Huxi is "Return to Reclusion", which means that Bian Cai has returned to the mountains. One day, when Su Dongpo visited, he was able to argue with him, and they talked at night by candlelight. The next day, the two of them walked down the hill and talked. They forgot the rules they had set for "seeing off guests at the mountain gate, as far as Tiger Creek" and sent them to the east slope and across the Tiger Creek. The bridge was renamed "Crossing the River". Later generations made pavilions, known as "Crossing Stream Pavilion", also known as "Erlaoting Pavilion". It is one of the eight sceneries of Longjing in Imperial inscription of Qianlong in Qing Dynasty.