Take our cheap flights to Hangzhou, a scenic city that seems as if it was taken straight out of a glossy travel magazine, without even requiring any sort of photo-manipulation. Whether you choose to explore Hangzhou via foot or a bicycle, the sights are an absolute delight. Despite the population, the city is cleaned so regularly and thoroughly that the lush green and hilly neighbourhoods and the sparkling West Lake have yet to lose their touch of beauty. With our cheap flights to Hangzhou visit the Língy?n Temple, built in 326 AD. The giant statue hides a montage of Guanyin accompanying 150 small figures. Make a trip to Hángzh?u Old City Wall Exhibition Hall, which exhibit and display what the city once looked like. Visit the Jìngcí Temple, containing within the Heavenly Kings and an elaborate case hosting the Milefo and Weituo. Walk along and witness the architecture of Six Harmonies Pagoda. Indulge in some of the finest tea at the Dragon Well Tea Village near the China National Tea Museum. Stroll and wander the Xi?oyíng Island with wooden cruise boats and some splendid views. So avail our cheap flights to Hangzhou, and rest assured that you will be well rested and relaxed before your trip to explore the city begins.
Hangzhou’s renowned Buddhist sanctuary, the Lingyin Temple is the one constructed in the third century, which was later demolished. It was built 16 times again and again. Thousands of monks lived here. The Hall of the Heavenly Kings is surprising has its four massive guardians and adecorative cabinet housing the future Buddha. The GreatHalleven has a wonderful statue, sculpted a few blocks & based on a Tang dynasty original.
The definition of classical beauty, West Lake is certainly mesmerising: pagoda-topped hills upsurge over willow-lined waters as liners drift slowly through a vignette of unhurried charm. Walkways, effortlessly positioned benches, parks and gardens around the banks of the river offer a thousand and one vantage points for visitors to admire the flawless scenery.
The green scenery around this tea grower in the hills of West Lake makes for a brilliant break from the commotion of Hangzhou. Travellers can wander through the village and up into the tea estates themselves. During the spring season, which is the superlative time to visit, straw-hatted labours can be seen picking the tea leaves by hand in the grounds, and baskets of the fresh leaves are left out to dry in the sun back in the community.
The beer craze has positivelythe number one place to sample some greatest craft beers, known as Midtown Brewery. Situated in the Shangri-La inn, the beers are brewed, and are honestly outstanding. Do order the tasting paddle of seven samplers, including light ale. Service is even and the setting smart and fashionable.
Hangzhou is known for choice when it comes to street foods, and this long lane of Zhongshan Nanlu is an absolute enjoyment. Casual sit-down restaurants line the road, and stalls run along the road, which sell everything from seafood to chicken and the absolute tofu.