Visit Zhejiang

Zhejiang is a coastal province in southeastern China, located between Shanghai and Hangzhou. It's known for its stunning mountain views, rolling hills, and pristine waters. Tourists flock to the area for its natural beauty and rich culture.

One of the most popular tourist attractions in Zhejiang is Thousand Island Lake (Qiandao Lake), a picturesque lake with over 1,078 islands. Visitors come to this area for water recreation activities like fishing, boating, and swimming as well as sightseeing opportunities on the many islands including Lion Peak Island with its spectacular views of the lake.

Another popular destination is West Lake in Hangzhou - it's one of China's most famous scenic spots featuring gardens, temples, pagodas, teahouses and more!

Zhejiang has an interesting history - it was once part of the ancient kingdom of Yue during the Spring-Autumn period (770 BC-476 BC). Today Zhejiang is home to more than 50 million people with many different dialects making up their languages.