• Location

    Walk to

    • 3 min to Wulin square metro station
    • 5min to the Wulin airport schedule bus station
    • 1min to Intime department stores ,Hangzhou Building,Hangzhou Theatre
    • 5min to Grand Canal pier and the West lake culture plaza
    • 10min to Wuling street
    • 20min to West Lake

    By Taxi

    • 15 minutes to Hangzhou Chengzhan railway station
    • 20 minutes to Hangzhou East Railway station
    • 45minutes to Xiaoshan Airport
    • 20minutes to Linyin Temple
    • 20minutes to Leifeng Pagoda
    • 40minutes to Xixi national wetland park

    Cultural attractions

    • Broken bridge

      Lingering snow on the Broken bridge Located at the east end of the Bai Causeway that separates the Inner Lake and the Outer Lake. The broken Bridge which first appeared in a Tang Dynasty. West Lake displays different charms in different weather. For the wonderful scenery of the lake, however, the sunny lake is not as pretty as the rainy lake; the rainy lake is not as pretty as the moony lake; and the moony lake is not as pretty as the snowy lake.

    • Lingyin Temple

      One of the famous Buddhist temples in China. It features a religious, artistic, cultural, ecological and folk - custom combination .

    • Leifeng pagoda

      Leifeng pagoda in evening glow The Leifeng pagoda was erected in during the Five Dynasties in Wuyue and collapsed on 1924.The new one was constructed in 2002.It is one of the Ten Scenes of the West Lake.


    • Qiandao Lake

      Qiandao Lake actual has 1078 islets. It lies n the upstream of Xin'an River with a total area of 573 square kilometers. It is know for its numerous attraction, featuring green hills, beautiful waters, unusual caves and fantastic rocks. TheXinan river hydropower station is the first major water electricity generating plant built in 1959.The plant stands in an area appreciated for its scenic beauty, particularly the huge 1000islets Lake that feeds the plant.

    • Wuzhen

      Wuzhen, a 1300-year-old water town on the lower reaches of the Yangtze River, is a national 5A scenic area and one of China's top ten historical & cultural towns. Located on the Hangzhou-Jiaxing-Huzhou Plain in northern Zhejiang Province, it is at the center of the golden triangle consisting of Shanghai, Hangzhou and Suzhou. Wuzhen can be easily accessed through a number of expressways and national highways. The ancient Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal flows through the town, which is divided by waterways into four areas, Dongzha, Xizha, Nanzha, and Beizha. Since its foundation in 872 A.D., Wuzhen has never changed its name, location, waterways, or way of life. Traditional buildings remain intact today even after hundreds years of weathering.

    • Tianmu Mountains

      Of Tianmu Mountains, the best known is West Tianmu Mountains and East Tianmu Mountains. It is famous as the "natural botanical garden" and "the kingdom of big trees".84 kilometers to Hangzhou .

    • Tea Museum

      The China Tea Museum located in Shuangfeng,Longjing Road,Hangzhou,Zhejiang province. It occupies 3.7 hectares and 8,000 square meters construction area.It is a national-rank museum. The special subjects of it are about tea and its culture.It was opened to public in April, 1991. The museum is clustered around the tea plantations. The function buildings are que disorder. In side the museum, the flower corridors, fake hills, ponds and water-side pavilions are well integrated. So they make it as the park in the south of the Changjiang River where has the clean atmosphere and can feel the closeness to nature. China National Tea Museum, with the tea taste and fragrance, makes friends all over world.

      Opening Daily: 8:30am-16:30pm(The exhibition is closed on Mondays)
      Address:  88#, Longjing Road, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China
      Reception Contact:  ++86 571 87964221
      Business Contact:  ++ 86 571 87979221
      Catering Service:  ++86 571 87964546
      Fax:  ++86 571 87982096
      Postal Code:  310013

    • China National Silk Museum

      CNSM (China National Silk Museum), near the West Lake in Hangzhou, is one of the first state-level museums in China and the largest silk museum in the world, covering an area of 50,000 square meters and a building area of 8,000 square meters. It was opened in February 26th, 1992, and welcomes visitors without charge since January 1st, 2004.

      CNSM has renovated its permanent displays, which are "The Story of Chinese Silk" and "Sericulture and Silk Craftsmanship in China", and open "Textile Conservation Gallery" and "Xinyou Archive Center".

      As the largest specialized museum on textiles in China, one big aim of CNSM is to research and conserve the textile relics. Chinese Center for Textile Identification and Conservation was founded in 2000, and has carried out a large amount of researches and practical activities in this field. 10 years later, the center moved to CNSM.

      As the largest center for textile collection, exhibition, conservation, research and education in China, CNSM is now the showcase of Chinese silk history and culture.


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