The most famous part of the old town is the Old Street. The Old Street consists of the Straight Street, the Chamber of Commerce Street, the Salt Port Cross Street, the Floating Bridge Head Cross Street and two secondary streets in the east and west, and is more than 2,000 metres long and was the commercial centre of Fotang in ancient times. Both sides of the street are lined with two-storey wooden houses, maintaining the ancient Jiangnan architectural style of the late Qing Dynasty and early Republic of China. On both sides of the street, the lanes and alleys are narrow and curved, with a strong ancient marketplace look. Nowadays, when you stroll along the old street, you can see a lot of shops, and together with the pagodas and pagodas, they show the world a "picture of the Qingfeng commercial port". At night, the old buildings and the light show on the old street are a sight to behold.
Beilei ancient village
There are 17 ancestral halls and 18 temples in Belei. The "Seventeen Ancestral Halls" include the Lian Tang Gong Ancestral Hall, the Yixin Gong Ancestral Hall and the Hete Ancestral Hall. Among the "18 temples", the Dragon King Temple, the Street Centre Temple and the Lingsi Gong Temple are the most well known. They are scattered in the rugged lanes of the Old Street, and when you look inside, you can see that the layout is staggered, the structure is dignified, the roof tiles are lined up, and the wooden carvings are vivid, conveying the prosperity left behind by the centuries of prosperity in the smallest detail.
Chen Wangdao's former residence
The village of Fenshuitang in Chengxi Street is the birthplace of the first Chinese translation of the Communist Manifesto, and also the birthplace and growth place of the translator Chen Wangdao. Since the 19th National Congress of the Party, the village has been built around the goal of building a red manifesto shrine and a party building highland, and has been awarded the Red Tourism Education Base of Zhejiang Province, the 3A Scenic Village of Zhejiang Province, the Model Village with Beautiful Countryside Features of Zhejiang Province and the Theme Party Day Activity Base of Zhejiang Province.
Deshengyan Provincial Forest Park
The people of Yiwu have a tradition of climbing to the heights to remember the past, and there is no mountain in Yiwu more famous than Desheng Yan. On a clear day, when you climb the mountain, the view is spectacular, with the peaks stretching out in succession. In ancient times, Yiwu was known as "Huachuan"; during the Chongzhen period of the Ming Dynasty, Xiong Renlin, the governor of Yiwu, took the "Ten Views of Huachuan" based on the magnificence of the mountains and the city outline. This year, Deshengyan is a cultural integration with the theme of the "Ten Views of Huachuan" in Yiwu during the Ming Dynasty, allowing you to experience the rich historical and cultural references while taking in the natural scenery and adding spiritual connotations to the ascent.
Li Zu International Creators' Village
The beautiful scenery of green mountains and water, the simple and elegant appearance of the village, will attract you to the beauty of Li Zu Village at first sight; deeper into the village, the long-standing cultural heritage, interesting creative experiences and various exciting activities will convince you in all aspects. Now, with the arrival of the Belt and Road Creators' Garden, the village has undergone an amazing transformation. There are currently 21 creators in Li Zu Village, covering catering, traditional culture, outdoor gardening and lifestyle and cultural services. The fun and interesting experiences have attracted a lot of visitors, and in order to provide better services to the visitors, the "Li Zu Study Activities" have been carried out in a planned and organised manner, with many participants saying that they have not had enough fun and will come back next time.