Lin Hai Pavilion is located on Jiuxi Road in Hangzhou. When you go to Jiuxi Tobacco, you will pass Lin Hai Pavilion. Lin Hai Pavilion was built at the end of the Qing Dynasty. It is a pavilion with open roads for passers-by to rest. The poems on the pillars rhyme. When you pass by, you may wish to savor carefully.
Lin Haiting is of course a place to see the forest and sea. In Jiuxi and Eighteen Streams (Hangzhou)-as the name suggests, there are nine mountain streams flowing out of the mountain into the Qiantang River, forming 18 streams in the mountain, which of course is an imaginary number. It's true that there are springs everywhere, refreshing and pleasant.
From Longjing Village to a pavilion in Jiuxi, the pavilion is nothing too special, but because it’s already a halfway from Longjing Village to here, it’s good to take a rest at the pavilion, and the scenery is still good.
Worth a visit, beautiful and very interesting
Linhai Pavilion, one of Hangzhou’s Jiuxi Eighteen Streams’ scenic spots, is a pavilion built at the end of the Qing Dynasty and the beginning of the Republic of China. It can be used for tourists to rest and eat some dry food to replenish their energy. Slowly return to enjoy the beautiful greenery of Xia Jiuxi