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  • The Qianatanq River Bore Watching FestivalThe Qianatanq River Bore Watching Festival
    Time: From the 17th to the 19th of the eighth lunar month.

    The tidal waves at the estuary of the Qiantang River is a wonder of the world, known since ancient times for their tremendous momentum and magnificent sight. Bore watching began 2,000 years ago during the Han and Wei dynasties. High tidal waves appear in the Qiantang River between the first and fifth days and between the 15th and 20th days every month but those appearing around the 18th of the eighth lunar month are the highest. On the occasion, several hundred thousand people throng to watch tidal waves surging in the river. Xiaoshan in Hangzhou is a good place to watch the tidal waves but the best spot is Yanguan in Haining County 45 kilometers from Hangzhou. Many people prefer to watch the tidal waves from different spots.

  • The Hangzhou Golden Autumn International Tourist Festival
    Time: September and October.
    Venue: Huangzhou City.
    Activities: Osmanthus flower admiration, moon admiration on the Mid-Autumn Festival, boat excursion on West lake, fireworks evening entertainment, sampling local food, and an international Marathon race.
  • The Ningbo Internation Fashion Festival
    Time: October.
    Venue: Ningbo City.
    Activities: An international fashion fair, symposiums, theatrical performances, and business negotiations.

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