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2-Day Holiday at Landison Longjing Resort Hangzhou inside Tea Tree Mountains from Shanghai with Traffic+Hotel Service

2-Day Holiday at Landison Longjing Resort Hangzhou inside Tea Tree Mountains from Shanghai with Traffic+Hotel Service
Tour Code: TPH-CN04
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CNY 100 p/p
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Landison Longjing Resort in Hangzhou
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Itinerary Features

Why we suggest this Traffic+Hotel holiday itinerary?

Enjoying a leisure holiday in a secluded peaceful resort in the middle of tea tree mountains with fresh air, endless green tea groves, limpid water, charming sceneries and tranquil surroundings would be a nice experience for who wanna to be free from metropolitan stresses and troubles.


Located in the deep tea tree mountains outside the dense traffic and people around the famous UNESCO World Heritage West Lake in Hangzhou, the capital of Jiangsu Province which is around 190 km to the west of Shanghai, 5-Star Landison Longjing Resort Hangzhou is only around 3km to the west of the West Lake and 7km the downtown center of Hangzhou.


In this nice secluded property, tourists can walk for 2.5 km along the adjacent trails to the Dragon Well to appreciate the origin of the Longjing Tea tree (Longjing means Dragon Well and Longjing Tea is widely considered as the best green tea in China). Ask the Concierge to call a cab to West Lake. The talking parrot is also fun to sit and watch/listen to as he welcomes everyone in Chinese. The restaurant is fine for breakfast and the selections are very good. The rooms are also a good quality with a large balcony to sit out.


Transportation to the Hotel:

- 190 km from Shanghai to Hangzhou;

- 10 km / 30 minutes to Hangzhou Downtown Railway Station;

- 18 km / 50 minutes to Hangzhou East Railway Station.


Some Useful Info about Hangzhou and the West Lake:

Hangzhou,a Paradise City for Tourists”, is located only around 200 kilometers southwest of Shanghai and at the southern end of the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal (the longest and oldest canal in the world). It is one of Seven Ancient National Capitals in China and one of the Must Visit Cities for foreign tourists to China. Now it is the capital of Zhejiang Province in East China. It is very famous for its picturesque West Lake (the UNESCO World Heritage). It also boasts the Buddhist sacred land of China and the home of Chinese tea and silk culture. Unavoidably, Hangzhou is also an important city for elite culture. Centering on West Lake, a large number of top scenic spots and cultural heritage sites represent the best aspect of tourism in Hangzhou. In China, Hangzhou is commonly known as "the Paradise on Earth".


The West Lake Cultural Landscape of Hangzhou, comprising the West Lake and the hills surrounding its three sides, has inspired famous poets, scholars and artists since the 9th century. It comprises numerous temples, pagodas, pavilions, gardens and ornamental trees, as well as causeways and artificial islands.


These additions have been made to improve the landscape west of the city of Hangzhou to the south of the Yangtze River.


The West Lake has influenced garden design in the rest of China as well as Japan and Korea over the centuries and bears an exceptional testimony to the cultural tradition of improving landscapes to create a series of vistas reflecting an idealized fusion between humans and nature.


More Info about Hangzhou:

When Marco Polo came to Hangzhou in the 13th century, he declared it to be “the most beautiful and elegant city in the world". There is a popular saying: "Above there is heaven, below there are Hangzhou and Suzhou." Hangzhous "heavenly" beauty attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists to its exquisite West Lake (Xi Hu) area each year to enjoy the placid lake, beautiful gardens, reflecting pools, lavish temples and lakeside teahouses.


Hangzhou began to prosper and flourish in the Tang Dynasty (618-907). It was the capital of the Wu and Yue States in the 10th Century during the Five Dynasties Period, and had its political heyday in the Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279), when it served as the capital of China. Hangzhou witnessed a commercial boom in the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) Dynasties, which is continuing at present.


There are many well-known historical and cultural sites in the areas around West Lake. Examples are the Lingyin Temple and Six Harmonies Pagoda. Hangzhou is also well known for its silk and tea. A trip to Hangzhou can be easily combined with a visit to a tea plantation in the hills near the West Lake.


Hangzhou West Lake Cultural Landscape was listed as the UNESCO World Heritage Site on June 24, 2011 during the the 35th World Heritage Conference held in Paris.


It is a delight experience to explore enchanting Hangzhou - "paradise under the heave". To tour in Hangzhou is just like stepping into a traditional Chinese watercolor painting. The willow-lined West Lake, the ancient pagodas and temples, cloud-shrouded hills inspired many poets and painter, all come with unique legends and stories.


More about the tourism info in Hangzhou at its official tourism website:

More info about Hangzhou at Wikipedia: