Hangzhou (杭州) is home to the famous West Lake and considered one of the beautiful cities in China. It has a population of over six million people, is the present day capital of Zhejiang and has been an important city in Chinese history for the last 1,000 years.
From the Hangzhou Travel Guide
Average cheapest prices by month for budget accommodation in Hangzhou
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This hostel was a bit hard to find but the location near West Lake is great, walking distance. The room was very spacious and amazing though in the middle of the night, between the roof and the ceiling I could hear what I think was a little rat chewing away at the wood. ... more
Overall : Pay RMB200 for a deluxe private double room, expect to have at least towel, showel gel and shampoo provided but not at all, maybe this is just a hostel.... Location : very secluded and nice, on top of a hill but access is hard for taxis and abit far away from eateries area. ... more
Any suggestions on what to do in Hangzhou? I'll be here for a couple of days and I'm heading to the lake today but any other suggestions? ...
Shanghai - Hangzhou - Suzhou route
I travelled from Shanghai to Hangzhou on the express train which took 1.5 hours. There are regular trains running between the cities but it pays to book in advance as it can get busy, especially ...
Boat from Suzhou to Hangzhou
All of the guides list an option of traveling between Suzhou and Hangzhou by overnight boat. Is this trip worth it or should I save 10 hours and take a train instead? I'm willing to do it if a) the views are pretty and b) the boats are comfortable and safe. Being that China's waterways have become heavily ...
søte 9 åringer før vi spiste middag og hev oss på bussen til Hangzhou. Busstur er kos, man spiser nøtter og sjokolade og hører på musikk hele veien. Vel fremme i Hangzhou brukte vi litt for lang tid til ...
Posted in BEIJING BLONDE by kinatonje
John and Dean's China adventure
We took the train from Ningbo to Hangzhou. Didn't seem to take that long. It was nice to just sit and look out the window. I love trains. When we arrived it was a bit chaotic. Dean was hungry and we had to find our guide. Here is a picture of Dean at the station, trying to smile. Once we found ...
Posted in China by JohnVosler