From here it's roughly 170 miles (274 kilometers) to the north to Jiaxing and 210 miles (338 kilometers) to the north to Shanghai.
To breathe in the fresh air of a green oasis don’t miss Riverside Park or Yuhuan Park. These two urban parks will ensure your visit to Taizhou is both memorable and relaxing.
During a tour of the city, you can’t miss the old places of worship. The Kiyonaga Temple and the Linhai the Confucius Temple are excellent local examples of these. Appreciate the solemn atmosphere of these special places.
If you are looking for somewhere to escape for a while, paddle about in a boat or enjoy the gentle lapping of water the local lake called Niutoushan Reservoir is a great place to visit. Even if the sun isn’t shining, this delightful destination is the perfect location to head to for a little relaxation.
To get a photo that will impress the folks back home while you are in the city don't miss Temple of Heaven. This is one of those destinations that will stay in your memory for years to come. Take the family to see it and take some pictures before experiencing the rest of the sights in the vicinity.
If you enjoy souvenir and fashion shopping, you’ll love the various stores at the Kam Shing Shopping Center. It is a busy attraction full of interesting fashion, quirky accessories and fresh food venues.
Linhai Square is one of the most iconic civic spaces in Taizhou. It's one of those special places that visitors often return to time and time again.
Among the most significant historic attractions in this region is the Linhai Ancient Great Wall. Educational and intriguing, it should definitely be on your itinerary. After your visit, snap some pictures and read up about the backstory that makes it so fascinating.