This summer, with Hangzhou Night Leisure Carnival being held, the nigh life of Hangzhou becomes more exciting. From June 18 to 22, the 2rd Hangzhou Night Leisure Carnival is held in Wushan Square from 15:00 to 22:00 every day. The carnival combines a wealth of leisure elements like delicacies, quality wines and splendid art performances etc, aiming to create the hottest outdoor party in this summer.
The event is jointly hosted by Hangzhou Tourism Commission and Shangcheng District People's Government. The venue of the carnival is as large as 5,000 square meters, dominated by six main exhibition zones: Food Zone, Wine Zone, Bar and KTV Zone, Fashion Zone, Travel Agency Zone and Hangzhou Business Travel Group Zone.
In Food Zone is gathered delicious dishes provided by eight five-star hotels; In Hangzhou Business Travel Group Zone, there are eighteen subordinate enterprises of Hangzhou Business Travel Group exhibiting their products of three themes: food, wedding feast and travel. In this zone, local delicacies like West Lake lotus root powder from Cai Zhi Zhai, noodles from Kui Yuan Restaurant, and desserts from Zhi Wei Guan etc are provided. In Wine Zone, not only can one enjoy various types of vintage wines, but also can one fully satisfy himself with beer while watching the exciting world Cup.
Spring is here and so is the 2017 “Intoxicating Springtime” – Hangzhou Outdoor Leisure Season which, in the following three months, will provide the city with over 50 springtime outdoor experiences and tour itineraries. With six themes to choose from such as child-parent, flower viewing, games and sports, spring couldn’t be livelier.
The annual time for picking Longjing green tea leaves, one of the top ten renowned teas of China, has begun in Hangzhou and everywhere tea farmers are now busy picking and hand frying the famous leaves. If you wanted to take a sneak peek at how the farmers meticulously pick their verdant leaves from bushes nestled in undulating hills, or if you wanted to sample, at first hand, this year’s Longjing variety, then head to the following three tea villages which are known for their tea, tea culture and tea-related tourist attractions.