Six Harmonies Pagoda
Last updated by david at 2013-11-2
The Six Harmonies Pagoda was built in the year 970 as an offering to the elements calm the tidal surges. The climb to the top of the pagoda will give a bird's view of the beautiful scenery of the Qiantang River. It gives you the feeling of "standing on the top level of the green water".
The Chinese ancient pagoda exhibition garden was built on the Yunlun Mountain behind the Six Harmonies Pagoda in 1993. The park contains nearly a hundred famous pagodas built in a miniature. Visitors the pagoda garden may view and admire ancient pagodas of many artistic forms and architectural styles.
Solo Adventure Tips:
on the Yuelun Peak of the north bank of Qiantang River, Hangzhou City
How to Get There?
Take No. 308 and 504 buses to Six Harmonies Pagoda.
Ticket Price: the admission fee: 20 yuan per person plus 10 yuan for ascending the tower
the admission fee: 20 yuan per person
plus 10 yuan for ascending the tower
Opening Hours: from 6:30 to 17:30
from 6:30 to 17:30
More Tips: Be more careful when you are ascending the tower, for the stone steps of the pagoda are very steep.
Be more careful when you are ascending the tower, for the stone steps of the pagoda are very steep.
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