The first time to Hangzhou, from the West Lake side all the way to play, the impression of Leifeng Pagoda stayed in Guanbainiang, the first time to know Leifeng Pagoda is also known as "Huangfei Pagoda". Only then did I know that the old tower had fallen down. Now this one is newly built on the original tower base. There are elevators and air conditioners in it. The ticket price is forty. The newly built Leifeng Pagoda is more like a museum with five floors from the base. In fact, you can climb up. After checking tickets, you can take the elevator (or the staircase next to it) to the tower site. Here you can see the broken base of the old tower surrounded by glass, which is full of change. It is also a view of Leifeng Tower. On this floor, there are also exhibitions of cultural relics unearthed from the underground palace, the most exquisite of which is the Asoka Pagoda. Up to the bottom of the pagoda, a large Dongyang woodcarving fresco "Biography of White Snake" is displayed on this floor, which is very meticulous. From here onwards, the official climbing of the tower begins. There are walking stairs and escalators. Most of the time, they need to queue up. There are some poems and murals on every floor of the Panoramic Tower of West Lake. Most people climb the Tower to see the scenery. The view of Leifeng Pagoda is very good. It can not only see the panorama of West Lake, but also overlook the panorama of Jingci Temple opposite.