Hangzhou night cityscape


Here is the second part to my trip to Hangzhou which is everything that isn’t West Lake. I think I’ve said pretty much everything in my previous post regarding my stay so I think I’ll just let the pictures do the talking for this one this time.

You can read about my visit to West Lake here.

Hangzhou Former residence of Hu Xueyan

Hangzhou Former residence of Hu Xueyan

Hangzhou Former residence of Hu Xueyan

Hangzhou hefang street

Hangzhou hefang street

Hangzhou Intercontinental Hotel

Hangzhou city

Hangzhou west lake

Hangzhou west lake

Hangzhou city centre

Hangzhou Chinese new year lunar year spring festival

Places featured in this post
Former Residence of Hu Xueyan (胡雪岩故居)
Qinghefang Ancient Street (清河坊历史文化街)
Qianjiang CBD (钱江新城)
Pinghai Road (平海路)

Other places I’ve visited
Wushan Scenic Area (吴山景区)

Places I didn’t get the chance to visit
Grand Canal (京杭大运河)
Wuzhen Ancient Water Town (乌镇水乡)
Xixi Wetland Park (西溪国家湿地公园)
Xianghu Lake (湘湖)
Nanxun Water Town (南浔水乡)
Xitang Water Town (西塘水乡)
Mogan Mountain (莫干山)

And many more…


  1. 6th June 2018 / 1:21 pm

    What a beautiful place to visit. The architecture of those buildings is amazing. You’ve taken some lovely photos – bet it’s even better in person.

  2. 6th June 2018 / 5:28 pm

    oh wow. The photos are all really stunning. looks like such a great place to visit

  3. 7th June 2018 / 9:32 am

    What lovely photos, looks like an absolutely beautiful place x

  4. 7th June 2018 / 10:33 am

    Amazing photos – they say it all! What a fantastic place to visit, the mix of the old and the new look wonderful!

  5. Danielle
    7th June 2018 / 5:03 pm

    Wow, all the architecture is stunning. This isn’t a place I have heard of, but it looks amazing.

  6. 9th June 2018 / 4:47 pm

    The architecture and the views are just absolutely stunning, what an amazing trip to go on

  7. 10th June 2018 / 12:36 pm

    WOW!!! I don’t think I have ever seen such picturesque photographs. The ancient traditional buildings and decorations are just stunning. I have never visited anywhere in Asia, but would really love to go and see all of those places and take my own photographs.
    The juxtaposition of the old put against those modern, shiny buildings is wonderful. They literally are poles apart, but beautiful in their own way.

  8. Jem
    11th June 2018 / 10:55 am

    Wow! I love your photos. They all look stunning!

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