Liuying Hotel Hangzhou

6 Nanshan Road, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, 310002, China
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hangzhou airport taxi

by wanjini

I will visit hangzhou very soon and as I am arriving hangzhou at night ,I would need some information on airport taxis wether there is a prepaid one and how much would be the fare from the airport to westlake hotels. Is it easy to get a taxi from the taxi rank and I heard about problem with touts taxi at the airport. thank you

Re: hangzhou airport taxi

by tenluk

it is easy to find taxi in the airport, you can see everybody queue for it but maybe have to ask to use meter. On my last Oct 09 visit Hangzhou we forgot to ask using meter only to show the driver the address and later he told us to that address needed RMB 150. That hotel address is near westlake.

Re: hangzhou airport taxi

by chinamonty

I would expect a fare about 100.Because there is less traffic at night it may be less. There are also shuttle buses that operate every 30 minutes but unless you read/speak Chinese these may not be a good option. The airport is about 25K maybe 30K from the city centre if I remember correctly. Whilst I have spent too much time at Hangzhou Airport I was usually picked up and dropped. With the taxi just point to the meter and make the driver turn it on -if (s)he is hesitant just say WoYao Fapiao - (pronounced - wore yeow fah-peow) which means you want a tax invoice. The taxis (and drivers) are usually pretty good especially if they still have the Mercedes Benz taxis. Always ask for an invoice when you take a taxi in China in case you leave anything in the taxi or you have a complaint as the invoice records the taxi company and the taxi registration -it also makes the driver more cautious.
Touts are easy to deal with - just keep walking and ignore them or walk out with any other foreigner you see. Information at the airport (called XiaoShan airport) is very helpful if you have a problem, if not the people in the airline ticket sales areas will always help. If you get stuck at the airport for any reason then I can recommend the restaurant at the front right end (when leaving) of the terminal.

Re: hangzhou airport taxi

by ellyse

No prepaid taxis. Take one from the official queue and make sure the meter is running.

Travel Tips for Hangzhou

THE LONGEST CANAL IN THE WORLD

by Andrew_Liu

Do you know the longest canal in the world?
tell you about a brilliant section - the grand canal Hangzhou section
The Grand Canal of China also known as the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal, is the longest ancient canal or artificial river in the world. It passes through the cities of Beijing and Tianjin and the provinces of Hebei, Shandong, Jiangsu, to the end: Hangzhou of Zhejiang. This brilliant river flow through the city center of Hangzhou. You can see the Canal clearly from "Air
view photo".
I live closely beside this canal in Hangzhou. Every morning I can see driving boat on the river through my window. In the evening I often walking along the shore of canal. I like this rever and I would like to introduce it to you, gradually and continuously.

Baopu temple

by maria_hz

The temple atop Geling hill is a Daoist temple well worth a visit. It is colourful and full of symbols many Westerners consider part of the Chinese culture; yin and yang, dragons and then of course also some Daoist deities.

The temple was built in the early hundreds AD to honour a great Daoist, Ge Hong. He devoted his life to the study of medicine and chemistry, and became famous for longevity pills. The temple decayed at some point after the first turn of the millennium and was rebuilt during the Ming period (1368-1644). Today, it is in active use by daoists.

The temple buildings are beautiful, and especially the prominent dragon features are captivating. The wall surrounding the temple ingeniously incorporates a dragon.

As this is an active place of worship, tread lightly and respect the ban on taking pictures inside.

Entrance fee: CNY 5

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