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How to Visit Feilai Peak Grottoes in Hangzhou

Tuesday, September 14th, 2021
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Planning your Hangzhou tour? Unquestionably, walking, cycling around or boating on the West Lake (UNESCO World Cultural Heritage) will be your first choice. But Hangzhou is a city of no one-trick pony. Feilai Peak Buddhist Grottoes (Chinese:飞来峰石刻 Feilai Feng) is one of the impressive sites in Hangzhou, which is worth your exploration 2-3 hour together with a visit to Lingyin Temple.

Feilai Peak is located about 10km west of Hyatt Regency Hangzhou ( Google)

ABC of Feilai Peak ( Peak Flying from afar )

Feilai Peak, literally, “Peak flying from afar”, is located near Lingyin Temple, separated by a stream. The peak is of craggy limestone formation, quite different from the surrounding sandstone mountains, hence the name of the Feilai Peak (the Flying Peak). Its name is also related to a legend that the peak was thought to have flown from India, a manifestation of the omnipotence of Buddhism.

The charm of the legendary peak are the over 470 stone statues carved on its hillsides and riverbanks between the 10th and 14th centuries. 335 of the 470 Buddhist carvings are relatively well preserved. The grottoes in the Flying Peak have filled vacuum of Buddhist carvings done in the period ranging from Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms (907-960) to Yuan Dynasty (1271 – 1368).

Most of the grottoes were made during Song Dynasty ( over 200 statues) and Yuan Dynasty ( 116 statues). Only a small number of the stone statues were done in Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms (907-960) period. The earliest rock carving was made in 951. The Flying Peak Grottoes were representative of the Buddhist rock carvings after Dunhuang Mogao Grottoes, Datong Yungang Grottoes, Tianshui Maijishan Grottoes and Luoyang Longmen Grottoes.

How to get there & Entrance fees

Feilai Peak, adjacent to Lingyin Temple, can be effortlessly reached by taking the public buses – Bus lines: Y1, Y2, K 7, Y2, J17, 837, K7、K807, J18, K837

The Flying Peak Entrance Fee: RMB 45
Lingyin Temple Entrance Fee: RMB 35

Virtual Tour of Feilai Peak Grottoes

Now follow me to have a glimpse of the impressive rock carving statues dotted on the hillsides and Lengquan Brook along the peak. Let’s go visit each major caves where grottoes and niches are housed in the peak including Qinglin Cave, Yuru Cave, Longhong Cave, and more scattered caves and niches.

You’ d better off visiting the niches and caves on the hillsides of the Flying Peak by following the paths along the far east side of the stream, and then move on to Lingyin Temple.

Qinglin Cave

Starting from the far east, you first visit Qinglin Cave, which is also known as Tiger Cave since its south entrance looks like a tiger’s mouth.The cave has an area of 373 square meters with 23 niches and 178 statues. Most of the statues were carved in the style of Wuyue Kingdom (907-978) during the Five Dynasties period (907-960) and Northern Song Dynasty (960-1127).

The South Entrance to Qinglin Cave

The South Entrance to Qinglin Cave
The South Entrance to Qinglin Cave

The Rock Carving of Locana Buddhist Ceremony at the entrance

The Rock Carving of Locana Buddhist Ceremony at the entrance
The Rock Carving of Locana Buddhist Ceremony at the entrance

The Buddhist Statues of the Three Saints of Huayan carved at the entrance

The Buddhist Statues of the Three Saints of Huayan carved at the entrance
The Buddhist Statues of the Three Saints of Huayan carved at the entrance

The Three Saints of the West carved in 951 inside the cave, the earliest Buddhist carving in Feilai Peak Grottoes.

The Three Saints of the West carved in 951 inside the cave

The Three Saints of the West carved in 951 inside the cave
The Three Saints of the West carved in 951 inside the cave

The carved 18 arhats above a huge rock bed also known as Master Ji Gong’s rock bed and his fingerprint.

The carved 18 arhats above a huge rock bed
The carved 18 arhats above a huge rock bed
The carved 18 arhats above a huge rock bed
The carved 18 arhats above a huge rock bed

Yuru Cave

Move on to Yuru cave. The cave is also known as Cave of Bats or Cave Arhats. “Yuru” literally means “Jade Milk” named after the milk-like drippings of limestone from the ceiling.

The cave has an area of 270 square meters. There is a group of arhats, relief carvings and God of thunder. On the cliff at the eastern entrance there are 6 niches and 39 statues.

a group of arhats
a group of arhats

Ligong Pagoda

Ligong Pagoda is the only remaining Ming-era pagoda in Hangzhou, made of stones with six stories and six sides.

Li Gong Stone Pagoda
Li Gong Stone Pagoda

Longhong Cave

Longhong Cave is also called the Tong Tian Dong (the Cave leading to the sky) or Guanyin Cave. The cave has an area of 253 square meters, housing 43 statues and 27 niches. With a small number statues carved in the Northern Song Dynasty (960 – 1127), most of the statues were carved in Yuan Dynasty (1260 – 1368).

The Entrance to Longhong Cave
The Entrance to Longhong Cave

On the western entrance at Longhong Cave there is a group of 6 statues depicting the pilgrimages made by eminent monks to obtain Buddhist scriptures.

The three people in the middle of the group featured the story of Zhu Shixing of Yinhchuan County that belonged to the Statue of Wei (220-265) during the period of Three Kingdoms (220-280). He was the first Chinese monk who traveled to western Asia for Buddhist scriptures. The relief scripture features three striding human figures leading two horses. It is a pity that the head parts have been damaged.

The relief scripture features three striding human figures leading two horses

The relief scripture features three striding human figures leading two horses
The relief scripture features three striding human figures leading two horses

The 1.3 meter high statue is the eminent monk known as Xuanzhuang in Tang Dynasty. He traveled India and later brought a lot of scriptures from India.

The 1.3 meter high statue
The 1.3 meter high statue

The statue of Maitreya was carved in Chinese style in Yuan Dynasty ( 1172 – 1368) housed in Niche No.22

The statue of Maitreya was carved in Chinese style
The statue of Maitreya was carved in Chinese style

The statue was Sakymuni, a sanskrit-style carved in Yuan Dynasty ( 1172 – 1368)

The statue was Sakymuni, a sanskrit-style carved in Yuan Dynasty
The statue was Sakymuni, a sanskrit-style carved in Yuan Dynasty

The two statues in sitting and standing positions are above the entrance to Longhong Cave.

The two statues in sitting and standing positions
The two statues in sitting and standing positions

The Guanyin Statue inside Longhong Cave. Guanyin, the Bodhisatta of infinite compassion of Mercy.

The Guanyin Statue inside Longhong Cave
The Guanyin Statue inside Longhong Cave

The four Carved Characters on the stone inside Longhong cave says ” Being content is being almost happy”.

The Ancient Carved Characters on the stone inside Longhong cave
The Ancient Carved Characters on the stone inside Longhong cave

The Statue of Manjusri carved in Yuan Dynasty ( 1271 – 1368 ) in the style of Sanskrit.

The Statue of Manjusri carved in Yuan Dynasty
The Statue of Manjusri carved in Yuan Dynasty

Lengquan Brook

It is also known as North Stream and Stone Gate Stream. The brook winds down from Feilai Peak. On the cliffs along the brook, there are 37 niches and 72 statues carved in Yuan Dynasty (1260 – 1368).

Lengquan Brook
Lengquan Brook

On the cliffs along the brook, there are 37 niches and 72 statues carved in Yuan Dynasty (1260 – 1368).

On the cliffs along the brook, there are 37 niches and 72 statues
On the cliffs along the brook, there are 37 niches and 72 statues

The largest niche in Feilai Peak – the Laughing Buddha with 18 arhats – Budai Maitreya, carved on the cliff above the stream.

The largest statue in Feilai Peak - the Laughing Buddha
The largest statue in Feilai Peak – the Laughing Buddha

A stone bridge over the stream leading to the highest statue in Feilai Peak – Umbrella Heaven King, carved in Yuan Dynasty.

A stone bridge o the highest statue in Feilai Peak - Umbrella Heaven King
A stone bridge o the highest statue in Feilai Peak – Umbrella Heaven King

A close-up view of the 2-meter high Umbrella Heaven King housed in 3.1-meter high niche in the style of Sanskrit.

A close-up view of the 2-meter high Umbrella Heaven King
A close-up view of the 2-meter high Umbrella Heaven King

Walk along the stone path on the river bank west of the Umbrella Heavenly King niche, you will will see more niches and statues.

Walk along the river bank, you will see more statues.
Walk along the river bank, you will see more statues.

The Buddha of Infinite Life, carved in Yuan Dynasty in the style of Sanskrit.

The statues of Ushnishavijaya. Ushnishavijaya is one of the three main Buddhist deities of longevity, along with the White Tara and Amitayus. Ushnishavijaya combines aspects of three goddesses (hence her three heads), each associated with a sadhana (wish). Ushnishavijaya has a white colored body, three faces and eight arms.

The statues of Ushnishavijaya
The statues of Ushnishavijaya

The statue of Mahāsthāmaprāpta carved in Yuan Dynasty in the Chinese style.

After visiting Feilai Peak Grottoes, you may cross the brook and visit Lingyin Temple.

Tip:  Hassle-free Hangzhou Guided Tours

If you don’t want to go the do-it-yourself route and prefer the hassle-free escorted tours, here are some options for Hangzhou Guided Tours:

Hangzhou Tour
Hangzhou 4-Day Tour Package
Hangzhou 3-Day Tour Package
Hangzhou Private Tour
Hangzhou Theme Tour
Hangzhou Side Trips
Hangzhou Car Rental with Driver

Further Readings


Top 10 Attractions in Hangzhou
Top 10 Photography Spots in Hangzhou
Night View of West Lake in Hangzhou
The Best hiking trail in Hangzhou
The best time to visit Hangzhou
Hangzhou East Railway Station
Hangzhou Airport Arrival Hall
How to Visit Feilai Peak Grottoes in Hangzhou
Where to stay in Hangzhou
Hangzhou Bicycle Hire
Wushan Night Market in Hangzhou
Pedestrian Streets in Hangzhou
Hangzhou’s Best Bars & Nightclubs
Best Way to Visit Hangzhou from Shanghai
How to Visit Grand Canal Hangzhou
How to Visit Xiling Seal Engravers’ Society
How to Visit Liuhe Pagoda
Hangzhou Tea Plantation
How to Visit Leifeng Pagoda
How to visit Hupao Spring (Tiger Spring) Hangzhou
How to Visit Yellow Dragon Cave in Hangzhou
The Best Place to View Sunrise over West Lake Hangzhou

Any question, just drop a line.

How to Visit Leifeng Pagoda

Tuesday, September 14th, 2021
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Plan your Hangzhou tour? As one of the landmarks in Hangzhou, Leifeng Pagoda is also the best place for having a panoramic view of West Lake. If it is your first time to visit Hangzhou, you are advised to include Leifeng Pagoda on your Hangzhou activity list.

Location of Leifeng Pagoda

Feifeng Pagoda is situated on the Sunset Hill on the south of West Lake, echoing the Baochu Pagoda on the north of the West Lake.

Address: 15 Nanshan Rd, Xihu, Hangzhou

The Location of Leifeng Pagoda

How to get to Leifeng Pagoda

Take Hangzhou buses: No.4, No.31, No.315, No.507H, No.1314, No.5, and No.2 and get off at Jingsi Temple Station (净寺). The pagoda is just opposite the temple.

Leifeng Pagoda Entrance Fee and Opening Time

Openning time

From November 1st to March 15th
8:00-17:30 (Ticket sale stops at 17:00, park closes at 17:30)

From March 16 to April 30
8:00-19:00 (ticket sale stops at 18:30, park closed at 19:00)

May 1st — October 31st
8:00-20:00 (ticket sale stops at 19:30, park closed at 20:00)

Ticket Price

RMB 40 per person

ABC of Leifeng Pagoda

First built in 975 AD, it was made of brick and wood with its base built out of bricks. During the Ming dynasty (1368 – 1644), Japanese pirates burned down Leifeng Pagoda’s wooden structure, leaving only the brick skeleton for suspecting the pagoda contained weapons. On the afternoon of September 25, 1924, the pagoda finally collapsed due to disrepair.

Hangzhou City and Zhejiang Province decided to rebuild Leifeng pagoda on the ruined base in 1999. The new tower opened on 25 October 2002. It has four sightseeing elevators, and modern facilities including air conditioners in the Pagoda, TV and speakers.

A huge iron and steel structure is built on the original base of the pagoda which has been kept in good condition. At the entrance to the pagoda there are one autonomous escalator to take visitors to up to the pagoda’s base.

With the backdrop of Leifeng Pagoda, a tablet engraved with the five Chinese characters meaning “Leifeng Pagoda Scenic Area”.

Leifeng Pagoda Scenic Area.

The Main Entrance to the Leifeng Tower

The Main Entrance to the Leifeng Tower.

One autonomous escalator to take visitors to up to the pagoda’s base.

One autonomous escalator to take visitors to up to the pagoda’s base.

The original pagoda’s brick base is kept in goog condition.

The original pagoda’s brick base is kept in goog condition.

The four sightseeing elevators take visitors up to different floors.

The four sightseeing elevators take visitors up to different floors.

On the top floor with goldden ceiling.

On the top floor with golden ceiling.

The Jinci Temple is just to the south of Leifeng Pagoda.

The Jinci Temple is just to the south of Leifeng Pagoda.

Huagang Park, to the west of Leifeng Pagoda.

Huagang Park, to the west of Leifeng Pagoda

Su Causeway and San Tan Yin Yue (Three Pools Mirroring The Moon)

Su Causeway and San Tan Yin Yue (Three Pools Mirroring The Moon)

Three islands on the West Lake

Three islands on the West Lake.

Hangzhou city skyline to the northeast of Feifeng Pagoda.

Wushan Hill is a major town center in Hangzhou to its east.

Wushan Hill is a major town center in Hangzhou to its east.

Tip:  Hassle-free Hangzhou Guided Tours

If you don’t want to go the do-it-yourself route and prefer the hassle-free escorted tours, here are some options for Hangzhou Guided Tours:

Hangzhou Tour
Hangzhou 4-Day Tour Package
Hangzhou 3-Day Tour Package
Hangzhou Private Tour
Hangzhou Theme Tour
Hangzhou Side Trips
Hangzhou Car Rental with Driver

Further Readings


Top 10 Attractions in Hangzhou
Top 10 Photography Spots in Hangzhou
Night View of West Lake in Hangzhou
The Best hiking trail in Hangzhou
The best time to visit Hangzhou
Hangzhou East Railway Station
Hangzhou Airport Arrival Hall
How to Visit Feilai Peak Grottoes in Hangzhou
Where to stay in Hangzhou
Hangzhou Bicycle Hire
Wushan Night Market in Hangzhou
Pedestrian Streets in Hangzhou
Hangzhou’s Best Bars & Nightclubs
Best Way to Visit Hangzhou from Shanghai
How to Visit Grand Canal Hangzhou
How to Visit Xiling Seal Engravers’ Society
How to Visit Liuhe Pagoda
Hangzhou Tea Plantation
How to Visit Leifeng Pagoda
How to visit Hupao Spring (Tiger Spring) Hangzhou
How to Visit Yellow Dragon Cave in Hangzhou
The Best Place to View Sunrise over West Lake Hangzhou

Any question, just drop a line.

Su Causeway in Hangzhou (Tips, Photos & Map)

Sunday, September 12th, 2021
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Plan your Hangzhou tour? There are two well-known causeways running across West Lake in Hangzhou – Bai Causeway (白堤) and Su Causeway (苏堤), which are both named after the poet-governors of Hangzhou – Bai Juyi (772–846) in Tang Dynasty and Su Dongpo ( 1037 – 1101) in Song Dynasty respectively.

Walk or Bike on Su Causeway

Su Causeway is a great place for walking or biking during your Hangzhou tour. It is a 2800-meter scenic walk or bike belt crossing the lake from the south to the north on the west side of West Lake. There are six stone moon bridges numbered from the Bridge No.01 in the south ( Leifeng Pagoda side ) to the Bridge No.06 in the north ( near Tomb of General Yue Fei or Shangri-la Hotel).

The location of Su Causeway ( 苏堤)Google Map

You can either walk from the south to the north or from the north to the south. You can stroll along Su Causeway only or regard Su Causeway as just one part of your hike around the 15 km long West Lake. Dawn on the Su Causeway in Spring ( 苏堤春晓 ) is one of the top 10 classical attractions in Hangzhou. It is better to stroll from the north to the south when you finish at Viewing Fish at the Flower Park, Prince Bay Park or Leifeng Pagoda on the south. 

Best Time to Visit Su Causeway

You are kindly reminded to visit Su Causeway in the early morning (avoiding the hordes of tourists ) and you can catch the beautiful sunrise in a fine day or later afternoon for a sunset glow, avoiding weekends or public holidays.

As its name suggests ( Dawn on the Su Causeway in Spring ), spring is the best time to walk along the causeway since peach blossoms, willows trees, plum blossoms and spring flowers make the causeway a fairyland, which entices a consistent flow of modern tourists as it did in the ancient times.

ABC of Su Causeway

Like Bai Causeway (built from the dirt from the lake), Su Causeway was also constructed from the silt dredged from the lake in an effort to make the lake deeper and larger during the reign of Su Dongpo, also known as Su Shi (January 8,1037 – August 24, 1101), who served twice as the governor of Hangzhou. 

In the course of his second term (1090), he organized a large-scale dredging of West Lake. The dam or the causeway was later named after him as Su Causeway.

Virtual Tour of Su Causeway

Now follow me to have a virtual walking tour of Su Causeway from the north to the south.  I get off at the bus station of Yue Fei Tomb and walk towards Shangri-la hotel in the east, then turn to the south and see the northern entrance to Su Causeway. A large stone tablet on the left side is inscribed with the two large Chinese characters – 苏堤 (Su Causeway with a brief introduction to the history of the making of the dam.

A large stone tablet on the left side is inscribed with the two large Chinese characters – 苏堤 (Su Causeway with a brief introduction to the history of the making of the dam.

Su Causeway with a brief introduction to the history of the making of the dam
Su Causeway with a brief introduction to the history of the making of the dam

Su Causeway is nicknamed “Six Bridges Causway” since as you know there are totally six stone moon bridges on the Su Causway starting from south to north. Let’s start from north, so we literally start from Bridge No.6. Let’s go!

Bridge No 6: Kuahong Bridge 跨虹桥 


Kuahong Bridge 跨虹桥 literally means  “Striding the Rainbow Bridge”.  Originally built in Song Dynasty, it is 21.1 meters long and 4.3 meters wide, a single arch bridge with the arch length of 8.1 meters.

If you don’t want to walk through the 2800-meter long causeway, Kuahong Bridge is the best place to experience the Su Causeway scenery. In the east, you will Gushan Island; in the west you will see Lotus Flower in the Breeze Courtyard.

The 6th bridge is known as Kuahong Bridge 跨虹桥
The 6th bridge is known as Kuahong Bridge 跨虹桥

Walk or bike across the bridge, you will see the densely forested dame lined with various trees such as willow trees, cherries, plums trees and various species of flowers.

the densely forested dame
the densely forested dame

The lake on your right side is called Yue Hu Lake 岳湖, a part of the broad and spacious West Lake.

 Yue Hu Lake
Yue Hu Lake

Bridge No.5: Dongpu Bridge 东浦桥.

Dongpu literally means ” water flows to the east“, indicating the water from Yue Hu Lake flows though the namesake bridge into West Lake ( also known as Outer West Lake, the main part of West Lake).

Originally built in the Northern Song Dynasty, it is 16.8 meters long, 4.3 meters wide, a single 5.9 meter arch moon bridge.

The 5th bridge known as Dongpu Bridge 东浦桥.
The 5th bridge known as Dongpu Bridge 东浦桥.

Standing on Dongpu Bridge, you can have a clear view of sunrise if you come here early in the morning in a fine day.  On the west side the bridge, you are able to view the charming Yue Hu Lake and Lotus Flower in the Breeze Courtyard.

Standing on Dongpu Bridge, you can have a clear view of sunrise
Standing on Dongpu Bridge, you can have a clear view of sunrise

The Jade Belt Bridge in Rainbow Shape. The bridge spans Jinsha Dyke linking Su Causeway and  Lotus Flower in the Breeze Courtyard.

The Jade Belt Bridge in Rainbow Shape
The Jade Belt Bridge in Rainbow Shape

Standing on the Jade Belt Bridge and look at the rowing boats on the West Inner West Lake on the west of Su Causeway.

the rowing boates on the Outer West Lake
the rowing boats on the Outer West Lake

If you are tired,  you may take a seat on the benches arrayed along both sides of the dam.

 take a seat on the benches arrayed along both sides of the dam
Take a seat on the benches arrayed along both sides of the dam

Bridge No. 4: Yadi Bridge 压堤桥

Yadi Bridge is the place to have a panoramic view of the whole West Lake. The bridge is 16.9 meters long and 4.0 meters wide with the single arch length of 6.3 meters.

buggy ( a sightseeing car ) is going down the 4th bridge. There are buggies zipping back and forth along the causeway.

A buggy ( a sightseeing car ) is going down the 4th bridge
A buggy ( a sightseeing car ) is going down the 4th bridge

Yadi Bridge is the place to have a panoramic view of the whole West Lake.

Yadi Bridge is the place to have a panoramic view of the whole West Lake.
Yadi Bridge is the place to have a panoramic view of the whole West Lake.

Bridge No.3: Wangshan Bridge 望山桥

Wangshan Bridge 望山桥 lierally means “Viewing the mountains bridge‘. Originally built in Northern Song Dynasty, it is 16.9 meters long and 7 meters wide with an arch bridge length of 4.7 meters.

From Wangshan Bridge you are able to see the largest island on the lake – Three Pools Reflecting the Moon and the West Hills on the west of West Lake.

The third bridge known as Wangshan Bridge 望山桥
The third bridge known as Wangshan Bridge 望山桥

Bridge No.2: Suolan Bridge 锁澜桥

Suolan Bridge 锁澜桥 literally means “Lock the Waves Bridge“. Su Causeway divides West Lake into Outer West Lake ( the main lake ) and West Inner West Lake (on the west of Su Causeway).

The forested Su Causeway keeps from the wind blowing from the east side. The lake on the west side of Suolan Bridge  (Lock the Waves Bridge ) become calm and pacified, hence “Lock the Waves Bridge”.

Lock the Waves Bridge
Lock the Waves Bridge

The picturesque West Inner West Lake on the northern shore of Su Causeway.

The picturesque West Inner West Lake on the northern side of Su Causeway.
The picturesque West Inner West Lake on the northern side of Su Causeway.

Between the second bridge and the first bridge is the east entrance to Viewing Fish at Flower Park, or simply known as Red Carp Pond, a peninsula extended from West Lake, which is a large green and flowery park.

Red Carp Pond
Red Carp Pond

Opposite to the East Entrance to Viewing Fish at Flower Park is Huagang Harbor ( Flower Harbor ), where you pay 55 yuan for a return boat ride to the largest island on West Lake – Three Pools Reflecting the Moon.

Huagang Harbor ( Flower Harbor ),
Huagang Harbor ( Flower Harbor )

Bridge No. 1: Yingbo Bridge  映波桥

Yingbo Bridge  映波桥 means” Wave Mirroring Bridge“. On Yingbo Bridge, you can have a clear view of  Leifeng Pagoda on the east side and see the beautiful reflections of the trees and buildings on Viewing Fish at Flower Park on the west side.

The first bridge known as Yingbo Bridge 映波桥
The first bridge known as Yingbo Bridge 映波桥

At the  southern end of Su Causeway is Su Dongpo Memorial Hall with a brief introduction to Su Dongpo’s life and work.

Su Dongpo Memorial Hall
Su Dongpo Memorial Hall

Tip:  Hassle-free Hangzhou Guided Tours

If you don’t want to go the do-it-yourself route and prefer the hassle-free escorted tours, here are some options for Hangzhou Guided Tours:

Hangzhou Tour
Hangzhou 4-Day Tour Package
Hangzhou 3-Day Tour Package
Hangzhou Private Tour
Hangzhou Theme Tour
Hangzhou Side Trips
Hangzhou Car Rental with Driver

Further Readings


Top 10 Attractions in Hangzhou
Top 10 Photography Spots in Hangzhou
Night View of West Lake in Hangzhou
The Best hiking trail in Hangzhou
The best time to visit Hangzhou
Hangzhou East Railway Station
Hangzhou Airport Arrival Hall
How to Visit Feilai Peak Grottoes in Hangzhou
Where to stay in Hangzhou
Hangzhou Bicycle Hire
Wushan Night Market in Hangzhou
Pedestrian Streets in Hangzhou
Hangzhou’s Best Bars & Nightclubs
Best Way to Visit Hangzhou from Shanghai


Su Causeway in Hangzhou (Tips, Photos & Map)
How to Visit Grand Canal Hangzhou
How to Visit Xiling Seal Engravers’ Society
How to Visit Liuhe Pagoda
Hangzhou Tea Plantation
How to Visit Leifeng Pagoda
How to visit Hupao Spring (Tiger Spring) Hangzhou
How to Visit Yellow Dragon Cave in Hangzhou
The Best Place to View Sunrise over West Lake Hangzhou

Any questions, just drop a line.