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Hassan (哈桑) The performance was really amazing... First time i saw such kind of performance in my life.. Recommended... At least once in life.. Should see this performance. The ticket for this show was 310..The VR in dreamland was amazing.but the cost you need to pay for VR is extra 80 rmb... And that scary house.
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Film Studio
HFThe studio is scattered apart from each other. You can choose to buy tickets for all the sites or just one site. As I did not have much time, I decided to visit The Palace of Emperor Qin. Many Chinese movies and dramas were shot here and reminded me of a few Chinese series that I had watched previously. Depending on your interest, you probably only need to spend an hour at the site unless you are like me who are really intrigued with the Chinese dynasty, the culture and traditions. It was a hot sunny day, not a smart idea to stand under the sun to watch the performance on the 99 steps. one can also dressed up as their favourite characters such as Miyue for photo taking. It’s best to hire a tour guide at the entrance to understand the Chinese history.
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Taoist Temple
_We***00Pure information: From shanghai south railway station you can take a bus to putuo (zhoushan) for 150 RMB at zhoushan you grab a ferry ticket for 30 RMB and a ticket to enter the island at 160 RMB (passports required also). once you're on the island there are no didi's but the island itself is small enough to walk to the north in around 2 hours and there are shuttle busses, though i didnt use them. you'll need to buy a return ferry ticket to zhoushan for your trip back on the bus.there is also a direct ferry from shanghai to putuoshan and from putuoshan to shanghai once per day but this will take you 12 hours compared to the 4 hours or so on the bus. as a final piece of infornation, yes you are actually allowed to swim in the sea here. i went around 30 meteres out having a bit of a play and a swim, this was at baibusha (hundred step beach) with lifeguards on jetskis for safety. i hope this helps you plan your trip as i had to do my own research and if you dont speak any chinese im sure it could be a challenge!very much worth it howevet,
16,955 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
SuemariSo beautiful! The bars inside are quite expensive. But the atmosphere is great. Some even have live music. There are boats that take you around the town that average at about 60rmb per person. The lines for these boats are usually quite long. Bring comfortable walking shoes.
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_We***82a good place to walk and relax. you can rent a bike and walk around the lake. There are tea plantations, caves and a silk museum next to you.
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QuinissaGood escape to nature in the middle of Hangzhou! There are boats inside, many big and small lakes as well as rivers. You can easliy spend the whole day walking around the area as it is so big. There are parts which cost some money to enter, but some parts are free. There are also many good restaurants inside.

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Anji Bamboo Expo ParkHuzhou,China

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Baochu PagodaHangzhou,China

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West ParkJiaxing,China

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Bukenqu Guanyin YardZhoushan,China

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