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Also known as Qiandaohu Lake in Chinese, the Thousand Island Lake is a massive reservoir spanning across 580 square kilometers along the upper echelons of the Xin'an River, or 160 kilometers from Hangzhou and Huangshan Mountain.
It's an artificial lake consisting of 1,078 islands, both small and large, that was formed after Xia'an River hydroelectric station was completed in 1959.
The Thousand Island Lake has gained widespread notoriety for its crystal clear and at times, drinkable water.
Its breathtaking landscapes and gorgeous views make it a magnet for photographers from all over the world.
Day 1 of your Thousand Island Lake tour starts off easing you in from the morning, you will be escorted from Hangzhou to Thousand Island Lake.
From here, we will hop on a cruise ship and take a nice trip along Thousand Island Lake to visit three islands: Meifeng Island; Yule Island; and Longshan Island.
From the top of Meifeng Island, you will get to appreciate the scenic panoramic view of all the smaller islands situated along the lake -- it's truly a breathtaking view.
Remember: Cable car ride is not included.
On this island, you can also do grass sliding, which is also worth the extra cost.
From Meifeng Island we hop to Yule Island. It offers many optional activities such as jet-ski, motor boat, water bicycle, performances, etc.
These optional activities are not included in the tour but available.
When we move to Longshan Island, we will visit Hairui Temple, Shixia Ancient Academy, and Ninggu Bell Tower.
After that, you will be driven back to your hotel in downtown Hangzhou.
Note: The islands you visit are subject to change as per the schedules offered by the cruise company.
Attractions: Thousand Islands Lake, Xixi National Park
Cities visited: Hangzhou
Provinces visited: Zhejiang
Ideal seasons: Winter, Summer, Spring, Autumn
Ideal audiences: Seniors, Singles, Couples, Dating, Family
Religions: Muslim, Jewish, Buddhist, Christian, Taoist, Bahá'í
Type of transportation: Cruise, Private Car