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Jiuxi 18 Stream, Hangzhou

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Take a break from the crowds and visit Jiuxi 18 Stream, a peaceful green space with numerous creeks and waterfalls. Its name means “nine rivers and 18 gullies,” referring to the numerous streams that flow from the river through the hills. Take a stroll or rent a bike, and take a tour along the main path, which passes through paddies and tea terraces. A lagoon and a tea room await at the end of the road, and you can see many young couples taking wedding pictures on your way. Plan to visit Jiuxi 18 Stream during your Hangzhou vacation using our convenient Hangzhou itinerary maker.
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  • This is ideal area for hiking and mountain tracking. It is surrounded by tall trees, lush tea tree fields and beautiful untainted streams flowing amongst rocks.  more »
  • Even during the national holiday, this place was empty, only a few people around but was possible to enjoy it. The area is quite big, you can either enjoy resting in the park or hiking around. You can...  more »
  • We are not aware of this place until a local old folk told us that we must visit the place after we visit the Tea plantation. She begged me to go and swear to God that i will not regret about it. Inde...  more »