Private Hangzhou "Heaven on Earth" Day Tour

Itinerary

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Once described by Marco Polo as "beyond dispute the finest and the noblest in the world,” the city of Hangzhou is one of China's leading tourist attractions. Rich in history and culture spanning over 2000 years, Hangzhou made a name for itself in the sixth century when the Grand Canal opened, linking it to other centers of trade. With inviting views and outstanding scenery, the area quickly became popular with artists, poets and painters seeking creative inspiration in this Chinese paradise. The tour begins with a 2.5 hour trip along the highway to arrive in Hangzhou. Begin your exploration of this magical city with a cruise across the West Lake. Appreciate the unforgettable scenery at the Three Pools Mirroring the Moon, the Bai and Su causeways, and Solitary Hill as the cruise meanders along, traveling from and to the Fish and Flower Harbor.

After lunch visit Guo's Villa, the finest traditional private garden in Hangzhou. Discover the rich history of Chinese tea during a tour of the Meijiawu Tea Plantation, the world-famous Dragonwell (Longjing) green tea produced there. On the return trip to Shanghai, we will stop at Qiantang River for breathtaking views of the Six Harmonies Pagoda completes a day in Hangzhou's heaven on earth.

Price: 
US$248 Per Person(based on 1-3 persons)
US$180 Per Person(based on 3-6 persons)
US$120 Per Person(based on 6 and above persons)
Duration:
10 Hours
Inclusions:
Round Trip Transfer from downtown Hotels in Shanghai
Deluxe Traditional Chinese Meal
Main Entrance Fees
English Speaking Guide
Air-Conditioned Van or Coach
Exclusions:
Gratuities to driver and guide

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Private Hangzhou Day Tour

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Once described by Marco Polo as "beyond dispute the finest and the noblest in the world,” the city of Hangzhou is one of China's leading tourist attractions. Rich in history and culture spanning over 2000 years, Hangzhou made a name for itself in the sixth century when the Grand Canal opened, linking it to other centers of trade. With inviting views and outstanding scenery, the area quickly became popular with artists, poets and painters seeking creative inspiration in this Chinese paradise.