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Nanxun (南浔, Pinyin: Nánxún, south of the Xun river) is a small town in the Chinese province of Zhejiang. It's known for its ancient water town but not as crowded as the water towns like Tongli or Zhujiajiao that are mostly visited by travellers from Shanghai or Suzhou.


Get in[edit]

The ancient water town of Nanxun

  • The next airport with many connections is Hangzhou. The next international hub is Shanghai.
  • The town has no train station. The next station with fast trains is in Huzhou approximately 50 kilometres away. You can go there by bus or taxi.
  • Most tourists will arrive in Nanxun by bus. The 1 bus station is situated north of the river near the town center. The short ride with the auto-ricksaw (嘟嘟車) costs ¥10. There are busses from all surrounding bigger cities like Suzhou (¥25), Huzhou or Hangzhou (¥10).

Get around[edit]

You can walk in town. The ancient water town is not too big. Auto-ricksaws are available as well (¥10 for a trip in town).



  • 1 Guanghuigong-Temple (广惠宫) (besides the Guanghui bridge). Taoist temple Q28097793 on Wikidata


  • 2 Jiaye Library (嘉业堂藏书楼). Q10923928 on Wikidata
  • 3 Former Residence of Zhang Shiming (张石铭旧居). Q11067500 on Wikidata
  • 4 Former Residence of Liu Ansheng (刘氏梯号). Q28155822 on Wikidata
  • 5 Former Residence of Zhang Jingjiang (南浔张静江故居). Q10908430 on Wikidata
  • 6 Qiushuli Villa (求恕里). Q17498610 on Wikidata
  • 7 Jili Natural Silk Exhibition Hall (南浔商会旧址). Q24833065 on Wikidata
  • 8 Baijian Lou Houses (百间楼). Q10431520 on Wikidata









  • 1 Tourist Service Center (游客服务中心),  +89 572 3016999. Q28214317 on Wikidata

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