Hangzhou, China travel tips

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The city is served by the Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport.

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Don't be afraid to take the bus in Hangzhou, the service is quite cheap and reliable.

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Would like to rent a car? Tough luck. You need to have a Chinese driver's license!

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Learn a few Chinese symbols like, exit, pull, push or toilet. Believe me, it can be a lifesaver!

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Air quality can be quite low in Hangzhou, consult your doctor before you travel.

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They do speak English in Friendship Hotel Hangzhou, so booking via a phone call can be done.

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Hangzhou Overseas Chinese Hotel is a great mid-range hotel in Hangzhou. Book in advance!

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Most hostels in China are quite cheap and Hangzhou Hofang International Youth Hostel is definitely on the budget range.

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Traveling to Hangzhou? Read up on Chinese etiquette and you will save yourself considerable trouble!

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Tired? Take a walk in the Zhongshan Park and clear your mind!

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Being a foreigner in China is like being a rock star. You will probably pose for countless photos.

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Visiting the Baochu Pagoda is a great spiritual experience.

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Take a boat ride on the lake and check out the amazing sight!

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Taxis in Hangzhou are cheap and pretty reliable. Drivers are nice, although they speak no English.

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Xièxie' stands for thank you. If you only learn one expression, learn this.

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The Casablanca is a great classic bar in Hangzhou!

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Lou Wai Lou is a proper fine dine restaurant. Making a reservation is a good idea and the staff does speak some English.

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Tianlutang is ideal for a family dinner, although be open minded.

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Looking for a cheap local restaurant? Try Zh?wèigu?n restaurant, it's really great!

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Talking about contemporary political issues can raise a few eyebrows.

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