Located towards the west of Hangzhou, the Xixi National Wetland Park is the sole national wetland park of the country and spans across an area of nearly 3,000 acres. A 1,800 year old history surrounds the XiXi Wetland and it is considered to be a rich cultural heritage site in the area. It also offers breathtaking views of the surrounding natural landscapes and travellers will be able to witness a number of beautiful ponds, lakes and watercourses at the park. The XiXi Wetland is also the home of Chinese South Opera and the area is also host to traditional Dragon Boat Contents. Some of the main sights at the Xixi National Wetland Park include the Hazy Fisher Village, Anchorage Thatching, Autumn Snow Temple, Deep Pool Mouth, XiXi Thatching, XiXi Plum Villa, Plum and Bamboo Manor and the XiXi Water Attic.
Entrance tickets cost around ¥80
Open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Around 3 – 4 hours
Adults, Families, Young Adults, Senior Guests, Children
Hazy Fisher Village, Anchorage Thatching, Autumn Snow Temple, Deep Pool Mouth, XiXi Thatching, XiXi Plum Villa, Plum and Bamboo Manor and the XiXi Water Attic
Though designated prayer room facilities at Xixi National Wetland Park will be unavailable, it is possible for Muslim travellers to visit some of the mosques near Xixi National Wetland Park in Hangzhou, such as the Hangzhou Phoenix Mosque.
It will be difficult to find Halal food near Xixi National Wetland Park. Muslim travellers could visit some of the Halal restaurants in Hangzhou such as the Dongyishun Restaurant, Phoenix Mosque Restaurant and Xianglin Halal Restaurant. Travellers could also opt for vegetarian or seafood cuisine at some of the local restaurants in Hangzhou.