Last updated by david at 2014/5/2
Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport
Xiaoshan International Airport of Hangzhou City is located on the south bank of the Qiantang River and in the east of the Xinjie Town in the Xiaoshan District. It is 27 kilometers from the urban areas of Hangzhou City and 15 kilometers from the center of Xiaoshan District.
Hangzhou Railway Transport
Hangzhou is an important railway junction in Eastern China. Four railways; Huhang, Zhegan, Xiaoyong and Xuanhang intersect in Hangzhou. There are two railway stations in the urban areas of Hangzhou, namely, Hangzhou Station, which is popularly named Chengzhan (City Station) by the locals, near Jiangcheng Road, and the East Railway Station.
The traffic in Hangzhou is quite convenient and you can easily get in and around in Hangzhou.
As we know that Hangzhou is very close to Shanghai, and most people choose to fly to Shanghai and then take a 2-hour bus or 45-minutes fast train to Hangzhou which might be cheaper than to fly directly to Hangzhou.
While in Hangzhou, public buses connect every corner of this city. Downtown Lines contains buses for traveling all the way Hangzhou, majorly from 1 to 96, by some exclusion. The buses timing is from 5AM to 22:30, with fare of most of the city buses range from 1Y to 3Y. You can have the buses in the following sequence and numbering. Night Lines:
From 201–251 Suburban Lines:
300–498, 700–799 with few exceptions.
Micro Bus Lines: 801–879 with few exceptions.
Mini Bus Lines: 801–879 with few exceptions.
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