1. Hangzhou has a history of doing business
In 2004, 2005 and 2006, Hangzhou was Forbes Magazine’s ‘Number 1 city for business in China’.
2. Visa? Not necessary!
Hangzhou offers visitors from 51 countries visa-free entry for 6 days. Visit the cities of Hangzhou and Shanghai and travel throughout the provinces of Zhejiang and Jiangsu.
3. Sightseeing in Shanghai?
You’re in luck! Shanghai is less than an hour from Hangzhou on the legendary bullet train. Tick this journey off your bucket list!
4. Fancy a cuppa?
Since ancient times, Hangzhou has been the ‘Tea Capital of China’. Its Dragon Well (Longjing) brand has earned the ‘China Famous Tea’ title.
5. No car? No problem!
Hangzhou has the largest bike-share scheme in the world. Use one of the many bike rental stations across the city and enjoy an hour’s bike ride – for free!
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