Hangzhou, located on the coast of Eastern China and is a cultural, economic, and educational hub. During the Yuan dynasty, Hangzhou was called the most beautiful and luxurious city in the world by a famous Italian traveller Marco Polo. Having a long history of 2200 years, Hangzhou is one of seven ancient cities in China.
From the tranquil beauty of Qiandao lake, to the quiet pagodas of West lake, this peaceful city is the perfect spot for quieter types. If you’re interested in history and culture this city is the place to experience a different side of China. And if you’re ever in need of a little hustle or bustle – you’ll be a one hour high-speed train ride away from Shanghai. So, the best of both worlds.
Teahouses, water activities and a more manageable city size mean that you’ll be able to settle in and get the run of the place a little quicker than in some of the vaster cities. There’s plenty of cultural and historical spots and the city is a healthy mix of the old and new. It’s also pretty close to several other cities, and there’s a large network of trains that can whizz you off for a weekend away in a matter of hours.
Who will love it: Tea addicts, nature lovers and people looking for quiet city life
Attraction: West Lake, the key feature of the city, is massive and adds lots of green splendor to the landscape. There are a number of small mountains that surround the city, making Hangzhou a great place for people who love to hike.
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Housing allowance / Free accommodation
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