Hangzhou is the sixth-largest city in China, and offers many points of interest for its visitors to explore. Perhaps the city's most well-known site is the ethereal West Lake, located just west of the city center. It is surrounded by vegetation, traditional pagodas including the oft visited and photographed Leifeng Pagoda, and otherworldly sights.
Even farther west, you'll find the Lingyin Temple, often called the Temple of Soul's Retreat, which was first built in 326 AD and is filled with Buddhist statues and relics. Other religious sites, like the Baopu Taoist Temple, can be found in the same serene foothills west of West Lake.
If you fly to Huangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport (HGH), then you'll be about 20 miles southeast of some Huangzhou's main attractions. The airport is located south of the Qiantang River, and about 20 miles southeast of the city center. Taxis in the city are affordable, and the bus system is also efficient, but going from the airport to West Lake takes about an hour and a half. You can take in the majesty of West Lake on one of numerous boat tours.
For a nightcap, hop over to Nanshan Road, one of Hangzhou's most architecturally brilliant and diverse bar streets.
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