Eastern China Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Eastern China - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Hangzhou 15

Xiamen 9

Ningbo 6

Shaoxing 6

Wuhan 5

Gulangyu 4

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Drum Tower

  • Building/Architectural Site

This huge yellow pavilion, complete with a medieval clock tower, was built in AD 821. Climb to the top for a bird's-eye view of the entire...

Jiangbei Catholic Church

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Home to China's highest percentage of Christians, Ningbo is also home to several active churches. Marking the beginning of the Laowaitan...

Moon Lake

  • Park/Playground

The lovely park that surrounds this 1,400-year-old lake is dotted with quaint teahouses and pavilions with upturned eaves. Weeping willows...

Tianfeng Pagoda

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Seven stories high, this ancient hexagonal structure was first built in AD 695, then destroyed and rebuilt several times over. The current...

Tianyi Pavilion

  • Building/Architectural Site

Down a peaceful alley off Changchun Lu, the Tianyi Pavilion is the oldest private library in China. Built in 1596 and founded by politician...

Zhongshan Park

  • Park/Playground

In one of Ningbo's most delightful parks you'll find winding stone paths that snake over arched bridges and slender canals flowing past...

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