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Airlines adjust prices for plane tickets based on the day and time that you book your flight. After analyzing data from all airlines, we have discovered that the best days to book flights from Sydney to Hangzhou are Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.
China Eastern Airlines provides 22 of the non-stop flights between Sydney and Hangzhou.
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Hangzhou is a city in the Zhejiang province of China. Known for being one of the seven ancient capitals of China, this city holds great historical and cultural importance. Great wars have been won and great dynasties have ruled over the then money. Hangzhou is very developed now and is known for their cashless systems and AI city management.
Tip: If you love the idea of bicycling around town, you will love their public bicycle system that allows you to rent bicycles. No better to enjoy the lakeside causeway.
You shall fly out of Kingsford Airport or the Sydney Airport to the Xiaoshan International Airport that services Sydney (SYD) to Hangzhou (HGH) flights. You can find Direct flights to Hangzhou (HGH) which takes about 10 hours 45 minutes. If you’re looking for cheap flights from Sydney (SYD), then you can get a round trip at USD 362 if booked in advance. Cathay Pacific, Qantas Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, Xiamen Airlines are some of the carriers that service this route.
Tip: December- May are peak priced months for air travel to Guangzhou, so it is advised to book in advance. The cheapest flights are available through April- November.
Hangzhou has two World Heritage sites. The West Lake and the Grand Canal are recognised by UNESCO. The beauty of the West lake is hard to express in words. The historic site consists of temples and pagodas all over with a park as well. You must also visit the Lingyin Temple, which is a Buddhist temple from the 4th Century known for its statues. The water towns of Nanxun and Wuzhen are also known for their unique and elegant architecture, their history and most importantly, the picturesque locations. There are multiple water towns that you can go to if you wish to. The Grand Canal that runs from Beijing is known to be the longest canal of more than 2000 km. Boat rides are the best way to see and experience this location.
Tip: March- Mayor Spring and September- November or Fall are two of the best seasons to visit Hangzhou because the weather is perfect for visiting various parks, plantations and other destinations in the city.
Hangzhou is a massive exporter of tea and silk. The city has vast tea plantations that must be explored. Tea culture is a significant business here. You will find the world’s best teas here so you must not miss tea plantation tours when you’re here. As for silk, Hangzhou is the historic centre for China’s silk production. This is a fine art of weaving, and the clothing made of it is everywhere. Something you can take as a souvenir from here. Shopping at hefang street is recommended. Foodies will love trying dishes like Beggar’s chicken, Shrimps with Longjing tea, West lake fish in sweet-sour sauce.
Tip: The city is mostly cashless so you can try using the same ways through your phone. If not, be ready with change as not many have change for large denominations of cash.
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