Lying to the south of Taihu Lake, Huzhou is a prefecture-level city with a history of over 2,300 years in northern Zhejiang Province. This charming ancient town in typical Yangtze River South style is surrounded by picturesque scenery and rich cultural heritage sites.
Pinghu has long been known for its agricultural production and is nicknamed “golden flat plain” for its vast and high quality production. Today, Pinghu is also one of China’s important industrial bases for clothing, packaging, machinery and paper.
Located in Chun'an County 129 kilometers away from Hangzhou, Qian Dao Lake is noted for its verdant mountains, crystal clear water and exotic caves and is named as China’s “Most Beautiful Lake”. It got its name from the 1078 islets in the lake. The scenic region covers an area of 573 square kilometers, and is divided into five districts. The region is also home to the largest forest park in China.
Taizhou is known for its fish products, fruit and is one of the main trading centers for small commodities in China. Taizhou’s main industries include car and motorbike manufacturing, pharmaceutical, white goods, sewing equipment, plastic moulding and boat and ship manufacturing.
Also known as Yongjia, Wenzhou is a port city located in China's southeastern Zhejiang province. Facing the East China Sea—surrounded by mountains and meandering rivers—Wenzhou is an ancient city with a rich history that dates back thousands of years.