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Most popular tourist destinations in Zhoushan in 2021

Updated : 2022-01-03 (chinadaily.com.cn)

Guanchao Road

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Guanchao Road boasts sea view and mountain scenes on its both sides. [Photo/WeChat account: zsqdly]

Guanchao Road boasts views of the sea and mountains on both sides and is located near 11 destinations such as Putuo Mountain.

Huangsha village

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Huangsha village in Dinghai district is a preferable place to escape from busy urban life. [Photo/WeChat account: zsqdly]

Huangsha village in Dinghai district is an ideal place to escape from busy urban life. The village has a charming rural lifestyle and comes with different views of nature.

Donghai Greenway

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Donghai Greenway is connected with ancient Dinghai city. [Photo/WeChat account: zsqdly]

Donghai Greenway is connected to the ancient Dinghai city. Residents in Dinghai frequently stroll or exercise on the greenway after dinner.

Huaniao Island

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Huaniao Lighthouse offers the best views on Huaniao Island. [Photo/WeChat account: zsqdly]

Located in the northernmost edge of Zhoushan, Huaniao Island is a tranquil area with a charming village.

The views from Huaniao Lighthouse are said to be the best on the island. The lighthouse was built by China Customs in 1870 and is one of the oldest lighthouses in the country.

The 16.5-meter-high, 22,000-square-meter lighthouse is equipped with a radio tower, power house, machine house, warehouse and wharf.

Due to its large size, functionality, and historical and geographical significance, it was dubbed the "No 1 Lighthouse in the Far East". It was also honored by the State Council as a key cultural relic under State protection in 2001.

Cihang Square

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Cihang Square is nicknamed the "Potala Palace on the sea". [Photo/WeChat account: zsqdly]

Located across the sea from Putuo Mountain, Cihang Square is nicknamed the "Potala Palace on the sea". Unlike the Potala Palace, buildings on Cihang Square feature an integration of modern design and maritime culture.