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2 Days Hangzhou Tour from Suzhou by High Speed Train

From $115 per person

Tour Style:
Take a 2 days Hangzhou private tour with a knowledgeable local guide and prepare to be inspired by the city's timeless scenes of beauty.

Duration: 2 Days, 1 Night

Attractions(Cities):
Boat Cruise on West Lake, Fish Viewing at Flower park, Guo's Villa, China National Tea Museum, Leifeng Pagoda, Lingyin Temple, Bamboo lined path at Yunqi, Meijiawu Tea Plantation, Six Harmonies Pagoda, Song Dynasty Imperial Street

Pick-up point:
Hangzhou train station (based on your requirement)

Finishing point:
Hangzhou train station or your hotel in Hangzhou downtown (based on your requirement)

Tour Customizable:
Absolutely! (Tell us your requirements in your inquiry)

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Day 1 Suzhou to Hangzhou by High Speed Train

  • Place&Transport: Suzhou to Hangzhou by Train
  • Today's Activities: Boat Cruise on West Lake, Fish Viewing at Flower park, Guo's Villa, China National Tea Museum, Leifeng Pagoda
  • Accommondation: N/A
  • Meal: N/A

Upon your arrival in Hangzhou, our local Hangzhou tour guide will pick you up at the exit of the train station, you will find a welcome signage “Hangzhou Private Tour”. And you Hangzhou tour start.

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Our Hangzhou Pick Up Sign "Hangzhou Private Tour"

First, take a boat cruise in the westlake, The Westlake Hangzhou (including boat cruise on westlake): West Lake has an area of 5.6 square kilometers (2.2 square miles) and is the symbol of Hangzhou which lies on its banks and is a place of tranquility. On the boat you can see one of theTen Best Views of West Lake--Three Pools Mirroring the Moon.The occasional pagoda and Chinese-style arched bridges add atmosphere to the tree-lined walkways, verdant islands and hills make West Lake a very special part of any China experience.

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After that, visit the Fish Viewing at the Flower Pond (Huagang Park). This spot is located at the southern end of Su Causeway. A clean stream flows from Huajia Hill to join West Lake here, and many flowers grow where the fresh water flows in, so it called "Flowery Harbor". This area now has been made into a 22 hectare (54 acre) park with many varieties of trees and flowers, featuring a peony garden which blooms in April and a goldfish pond which is the famous site for viewing fish.

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Later, drive to the Guo Garden: Completed in 1861, this elegant garden villa was built as a private retreat for a wealthy Qing Dynasty silk merchant. Guo's Villa is a fine example of Chinese aesthetics in which the manmade and natural blend in harmonious balance. The Villa opened to the public in 1991, after being restored. It faces Spring Dawn, by the Sudi Causeway which crosses the West Lake, and has a distant view of the serene Southern Screen Hill and the Baochu Pagoda. The villa has two sections (1) Living in Quietness, where the owner lived (2) the Sky in the Mirror garden, with a pond surrounded by roofed corridors (lang), bridges, rockwork, trees and flowers.

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Lunch at local restaurant to try the local delicacies (Our local tour guide will give you the best recommendation.)

After lunch, visit the
 China National Tea MuseumChina is the birthplace of tea with the longest history of tea culture. Today tea culture is a bright pearl in traditional Oriental culture. China National Tea Museum is the only museum themed with tea and tea culture in China mainland, so you can know about the culture and history of tea in China, admire exhibits about tea, sample tea, learn tea art, and enjoy pleasing scenery of tea plantations.

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Continue your visit to the Leifeng Pagoda, Leifeng Pagoda as an important cultural and historic attraction in the West Lake Scenic Area is quite familiar and well-known both in Chinese