Tours & Tickets
Ningbo was once a prosperous port city. You can go to the old Ningbo Bund to see a view of Sanjiang by night, with a combination of various Chinese and Western architectural styles on the riverbanks and the feeling of stepping into an older time. In Tianyi Pavilion you'll find one of the great collections of books in China. It has garnered its reputation over the centuries and is a must-see place when visiting Ningbo. There are various kinds of books, manuscripts, and documents on the wooden bookshelves. The town of the Jiang clan is not only famous as the hometown of Chiang Kai-shek, but also has a beautiful natural landscape. It is located in the vicinity of Huadou Mountain's many waterfalls near the beautiful Tingxia Lake. There are many fine delicacies in Ningbo. At the Chenghuang Temple snack market or Tianyi Plaza you can try Ningbo dumplings and cuisine, or you can go to Baisha Market or Baisha Wharf to have seafood at the open-air stalls.
Romon U-Park is a 200,000 square meters large scale amusement park located in the south of Ningbo, China. By its size, it can be consiered as one of the largest urban indoor theme parks in the world. It consists of a 57.4m high indoor park, and an outdoor park "Legends Island". There are six different theme zones in the park: Romantic Avenue, Fantasy Dream, Mystery Land, Adventure Challenge, Festival Plaza and The Island of Legends. In all, there are over 30 attractions, 30 specialty restaurants and 20 specialty shops.
Ningbo Fangtawild Oriental Heritage is located on the south bank of the cross-sea bridge in Hangzhou Bay New District of Ningbo. It is a large scale high-tech theme park that incorporates ancient chinese myths and cultural connotations into its rides. "Nuwa Mends the Heavens", "The Love of the Thousand Ages", "The Great Wall Love Story", "The Spirit of the Soul", and "The Tower of the Gods" are examples of such initiatives. The 4D visual feast, and grand performances will give you your money's worth.
Xikou Scenic Area has a thousand years of history and was the hometown of Warlord Era leader Chiang Kai-Shek. The location naturally imparts a feeling of mystery, and it really is an otherworldly paradise with the little town set alongside the wide brook and nestled against Xuedou Mountain, which is famous for its streams and waterfalls. Xuedou is one of China’s famous Buddhist mountains, and its Xuedou Temple was a “ten direction Zen monastery” during the Tang dynasty. It is acknowledged among Buddhists as the bodhimanda (place of enlightenment) of the bodhisattva Maitreya.
Tianyi Pavilion Museum is located on the west bank of Moon Lake in Ningbo and is one of the oldest private libraries still in existence. The museum’s architecture tends towards the Jiangnan garden style. The museum was built within the Stele Forest in Mingzhou, where hundreds of stone monuments record the educational attainments of ancient officials. The Painting and Calligraphy Hall occasionally displays several historical masterpieces and exceptional works by renowned scholars. The museum is also home to the Mahjong Gallery, where you can learn about the origins and development of Mahjong.