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Q: Best sights to see in Ningbo?

I have one day in Ningbo, so what are the most exciting things to do on my free day?

8 years 5 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Ningbo

 
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You should REALLY visit the Hemudu Site, one of the earliest Neolithic Age sites discovered in China. It's just a dozen miles from Ningbo, at Yuyao Town.

There's also the the Asoka Temple, Tiantong Temple too is worth a visit.

I'll save you some other stuff you can do, but a single day is definitely too short!

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You should REALLY visit the Hemudu Site, one of the earliest Neolithic Age sites discovered in China. It's just a dozen miles from Ningbo, at Yuyao Town.

There's also the the Asoka Temple, Tiantong Temple too is worth a visit.

I'll save you some other stuff you can do, but a single day is definitely too short!

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Xikou is very cool but its also a drive outta town.

Lived in Ningbo for 8 months, very clean and modern and foreigner friendly...
but also a bit boring maybe...I'd never live in Shanghai or Beijing (too much for me and I hate the friggin' tube Puzzled ) so I stick to smaller places

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xikou,yuehu lake,Tianyi square,Five dragon lakes,and some mountains which you must not miss

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