The Department of Housing and Urban-Rural Development of Zhejiang Province recently released a list of high-quality parks in Zhejiang Province. Among them is Hupao Park under the administration of the Qianjiang Management Office of the West Lake Scenic Area.
Named after the famous Hupao Spring, the sweet mellow water, Hupao Park is a typical example of mountainous park where nature makes a breath-taking landscape painting with sprawling trees and bubbling streams.
Keeping the park clean is part and parcel of the regular maintenance. Beautiful scenic attractions rely heavily on the sweat and toil of gardeners. They work every day to ensure the fallen leaves are swept away on a regular basis, the environment of the park gets improved, and waters are kept clean, as part of the joint efforts of the city to build a beautiful Hangzhou, pursue better environment and foster better image.
What awaits you here is not only the beauty of hills, forests and waters, but also complete supporting facilities, fine architecture and distinctive landscape.
For the normal operation of the park, maintenance workers bustle around everywhere, busy repairing the upturned stone slabs or installing protection sleeves to pipes of various kinds. They take every problem seriously and answer with swift response whether it is daily maintenance or rush repairs.
Located in the southwest of the West Lake, Hupao Park today has become one of a kind among numerous parks in Hangzhou, as it features both natural wonders of lush green vegetation and running springs, and historical and cultural sites marked by Buddhist temples and traditional Chinese gardens. It is a place where streams and springs play music to your ears, where rolling mountains and lush forests please your eyes, where cultural and historical heritages pull at your heartstrings. It is a place where a new chapter has been unveiled for the traditional park to shine bright through the century-old history.