Leifeng Pagoda


Leifeng Pagoda- Leifeng Pagoda was originally erected in 977 by Qian Hongchu, king of the Kingdom of Wu and Yue, to celebrate the birth of his son by his favorite concubine called Concubine Huang.

It was later named as Leifeng Pagoda.

Under the setting sun, it casts its shadow in the sky, leaving a splendid scene, which is called the “Leifeng Pagoda in Evening Glow”.

It was one of the Ten West Lake Sceneries in the Song Dynasty.

15, Nanshan Road

40 Yuang

7:30- 21:00

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