Hangzhou Jingshang International Youth Hostel

No.148-5 Nanshan Road, Shangcheng District, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, 310002, China | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Shangcheng District area of Hangzhou, is near Gu Shan (Solitary Hill), Ping Hu Qiu Yue Park, Fei Lai Feng, and Liuhe (Six Harmonies) Pagoda.
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    Travel Blogs from Hangzhou

    Hangzhou

    A travel blog entry by aarondewitt on Jul 22, 2014

    11 photos

    Took a day trip to Hangzhou today, about 75min on the high speed train. It's a very popular tourist destination, with a history of being a imperial getaway (and at some point, a capital). It's focal point is West Lake, and its lagoons and pagodas and temples. The area is also known for tea and silk. The place was pretty packed with tourists for a weekday. I spent most of the day Viking around the lake and getting yelled at by the ...

    Hangzhou

    A travel blog entry by lindell on Jul 15, 2014

    7 photos

    Took the fast train of 300kph to Hangzhou, west of Shanghai. A smaller city of nearly 9 million people with a much more laid back and friendly atmosphere. Pretty trees, a beautiful lake and everyone out walking with their kids as it is school ...

    Living ... and travel to Hongcun

    A travel blog entry by adleslie on Jul 14, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... a waiter at a restaurant I ate at ended up being the tour guide for us when Benno and Kate came to Hangzhou.

    Other observations
    There are a few things that are starting to irritate me, such as crowded buses, and people pushing in front when I am lining up for something such as the checkout or ordering food, and the constant slagging I still find disgusting. It really annoys me, but the huge majority of people are nice and civil.
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    Getting high in China!

    A travel blog entry by andi.in.china on Jul 13, 2014

    7 comments, 15 photos

    ... us by the light of the full moon and pointed out (with a laser pointer along with the pointers from all of the other guides with microphones---a cacophony of Chinese!) the rock formations, each of which has a different name in the moonlight---lovers, old man, Sleeping Beauty, elephant, etc.



    I often can’t believe that anyone is at home when we travel in China---SO crowded! ...

    Worked like a cow.

    A travel blog entry by adleslie on Jun 07, 2014

    5 comments

    ... work day now usually begins with getting up at 5.30am, catching the bus by 6.30 to be at my first school by 8.15 or 9 am depending on the location, I then teach until 8pm with hour or 2 hour breaks between classes while I travel to other campuses, and ends with me arriving home at 9 or 10 pm and then spending a couple of hours preparing the following day's lessons. I have to admit it is not as bad as it sounds, but I am exhausted. I do enjoy ...