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Zhejiang (浙江) is in a province in East China, very close to the major city of Shanghai.

Location in China

Cities

Main Cities

  • Hangzhou - Zhejiang's capital, former capital of China, China's busiest destination for domestic tourism, famous for tea, silk and the great West Lake.
  • Huzhou - includes the historic district of Anji
  • Ningbo - former treaty port, clean and compact with interesting islands nearby, Putuoshan and Zhoushan.
  • Shaoxing - traditional Chinese cultured city
  • Wenzhou - major industral center, near the sea and Fujian border
  • Yiwu - vibrant with Middle Eastern flavour due to large Islamic business community.
  • Zhoushan

Smaller Cities

  • Beilun - international port near Ningbo
  • Cixi
  • Jiangshan- is a small city at the intersection of Zhejian, Fujian and Jiangxi.
  • Jiaxing - civilized city of fish, rice and silk including famous resting-on-water towns Wuzhen and Xitang
  • Taizhou
  • Xikou
  • Zhuji
  • Lishui

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Jianglangshan
  • Wuzhen (乌镇) is located on the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal and also around a net-work of other smaller canals and rivers. The town has numerous bridges, ancient harbors and water-side pavilions, and makes an excellent complimentary side-trip for visitors staying in nearby Hangzhou. Buses ply the route from Hangzhou to Wuzhen.

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