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Pagodas and gilded temples dot the forested hillsides of Hangzhou, the cultural and economic capital of China’s Zhejiang province.

Overlooking placid West Lake and cloaked in deep forest, Hangzhou deftly balances natural tranquility and the vibrant city streets of a modern metropolis. One of China's eight ancient capitals and historically home to monks, artists and poets, Hangzhou retains a cultural authenticity that makes it one of the country’s most extraordinary cities.

-°C / -°F Yuan Mandarin Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport (HGH)

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  1. Hangzhou Silk City
    Xinhua and Jiankang Roads
    1. Hangzhou Silk City
    Xinhua and Jiankang Roads

    A grand gate leads to a pedestrian avenue shaded by towering trees. On either side, small traditional shops display sumptuous Chinese silks. Gleaming bolts of vermillion, tangerine and saffron line the shelves, displaying exquisite hand embroidery. Home to six hundred certified vendors, this charming plaza is the epicenter of authentic silk production in the esteemed “Silk City.”

  2. Leifeng Pagoda
    5 Nanshan Road, Xihu
    2. Leifeng Pagoda
    5 Nanshan Road, Xihu

    Set off in the late afternoon to take in city views from ancient Leifeng Pagoda on Sunset Hill high about Hangzhou. This five-storey eight sided pagoda was built in 977 by king of Wuyue Kingdom as a gift to his pregnant concubine. At dusk as the begins to set, the bronze-tiled tower takes on a glorious gold glow.

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  3. Lingyin Temple
    Fei Lai Feng Scenic Area 45rmb, Ling Yin Temple
    3. Lingyin Temple
    Fei Lai Feng Scenic Area 45rmb, Ling Yin Temple

    Resting at the foot of Mount Lingyin, this temple of Zen Buddhism of the same name is one of the largest and most important in China. Founded in 326 A.D., stroll the ancient grounds rich with detailed temples, sacred pavilions, stone statues, and incredible artwork that depicts the multi-layered history of this working monastery.

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  4. Tea Plantation
    Meijiawu Village, West Lake District
    4. Tea Plantation
    Meijiawu Village, West Lake District

    Tea culture continues to thrive as it has for 600 years in the ancient village of Meijiawu, home to China’s producer of Longjing, also known as dragon well, tea. Verdant plantations seem to roll without end to the edge of surrounding mountains. Experience the harvest by picking tea in the traditional methods alongside local villagers, or visit one of the hundreds of tea houses for a tea ceremony.

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The Azure Qiantang
A Luxury Collection Hotel, Hangzhou

39 East Wangjiang Road
Shangcheng District
Hangzhou
310008 China

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Indoor Heated Pool Indoor Heated Pool

Swim laps in the indoor heated pool surrounded by cushioned lounge chairs and garden views. Take advantage of the whirlpool, sauna, and steam room before or after a refreshing dip.

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Panoramic Views Panoramic Views

Take a table on the outdoor terrace at Panorama Signature Restaurant & Bar and have cameras ready for the capturing the Qiantang River views spied from 22-stories above the city.

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Tea Time Tea Time

Steal away to one of the four private tea rooms in the Lobby Lounge. Order refreshments and small plates from the afternoon tea menu serving the rare Longjing black tea.

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