Hangzhou “Heaven on Earth” Day Tour: Hangzhou Cruise and Tea Plantation

1 Day

Avail our Hangzhou Heaven on EarthDay Tour and experience the magic and thrill of Hangzhou! Take a cruise on West Lake during your visit to Hangzhou, China’s oldest city. Enjoy the mist-shrouded hillsides, pavilions, and willows as you stroll along the Su Causeway and visit Yuefei Temple. LingYin Temple and Klippe Ling Yin, as well as the Meijiawu Tea Plantation nestled in the emerald slopes, can be seen along the path after lunch. Finally, don’t forget to stop by one of the original Chinese medicine shops on Hefang Street.


  • Discover the magic of Hangzhou with a water cruise and lunch.
  • Cruise along the waters of West Lake and see the Three Pools Mirroring the Moon, the Bai and Su causeways, and Solitary Hill.
  • Don’t miss this opportunity to experience heaven on earth!

Hangzhou “Heaven on Earth”Day Tour: Hangzhou Cruise and Tea Plantation

With its inviting views and outstanding scenery, Hangzhou was described by Marco Polo as “beyond dispute the finest and the noblest in the world.” These words have helped in making Hang Zhou one of the leading tourist attractions in all of China. It is a city rich with history and was once the capital of China in the 12th Century.

Private Hangzhou Day Tour to cruise in West Lake, Tea Plantation & Hefang street

A 3-hour highway drive will take you there. You will first cruise across the West Lake to view the unforgettable scenery such as the Three Pools Mirroring the Moon, the Bai and Su causeways, and Solitary Hill. After lunch, you will also visit Guo’s Villa which is one of the best existing traditional private gardens in the city. Hangzhou is also famous for its Dragon Well (Longjing) tea.

Visit the Meijiawu Tea Village to discover the history of Chinese tea and tea ceremony. Before going back to Shanghai, drive through the Qiantang River and see the Six Harmonies Pagoda. This tour provides a private vehicle and tour guide.

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