Wuzhen, Zhejiang, China.
This ancient town is also the site for World Internet Conference since 2014 – don’t think they offer free wifi tho.
There are 12k permanent residents in town. Visitors’ admission to the scenic zones is ￥150 for both East and West zones, ￥100 for East and ￥120 for West Zone where we went. Boat ride is ￥420 up to 8 people or ￥60 pp sharing. It’s a Tuesday in October but I feel it’s too crowded. Restaurants, eateries, hotels, barber shop, stores, supermarkets, a tennis court, etc. Arts have presence in Wuzhen: street performances, Mu Xin Art Museum. We’ve lunch at Shejian and a Japanese dinner back in Shanghai.