Huzhou Nanxun Old Town

Remote No.38 Shiyuan Road, Nanxun Town, Nanxun District, Huzhou 313009, China Published on: 10-09-2016

08:00 AM - 04:30 PM
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Huzhou Nanxun Old Town is one of the most well-preserved old towns in this region and is known for its cultural heritage.

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2.0 days
33.57 USD
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No.38 Shiyuan Road, Nanxun Town, Nanxun District, Huzhou 313009, China

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Tips for you

  • You should try the pastries in Nanxun
  • There are lots of restaurants along the central river in Nanxun.
  • The Canhua Festival is celebrated between every April 5th and 8th


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I already have visited several water-towns around the Shanghai area, but the Nanxun Town is in my opinion the most beautiful and picturesque of them all. While walking around Nanxun, we felt very relaxed because we did not see the enormous crowds of people that we normally see at water-towns. As can be seen from the the attached photos, Nanxun town is a photographer's dream location!

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We had a private driver pick our family up at the hotel and had a guide to take us out to the country. Our Shanghai agent arranged the trip, Cindy Shi, (Shanghai Far East Expeditions), great tours, helpful with trains, hotels and all places Asia. The Nanxun watertown is an excellent break from urban Shanghai. This quiet reconstructed old village has a peaceful ambience. A taste of a China now consumed by the evolving economy. We took a short languid boat trip up a canal, visited some historical buildings and ate a feast. Got some of my best photos here. In mid-march it was not crowded.

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