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Xihu’s First Free Tourist Bus 2017-05-11
This Spring Festival, Hangzhou presents us with a great New Year’s gift: the opening of the free tourist bus in Xihu District. The tourist buses will travel past Xixi National Wetland Park, Song Dynasty Town, Longwu Tea Town and Xishan National Forest Park … By simply sitting back in a comfortable, air-conditioned bus you can experience the wonderful sights and sounds of Hangzhou and its beautiful West Lake.

The free tourist bus consists of two routes:



Route A

Hangzhou Tourist Information Center (Huanglong Sports Center) — National Wetland Museum of ChinaXixi National Wetland Park — Outer Tongwu Village (外桐坞村) — Longwu Tea Village (龙坞茶村)— Longmenkan Village (龙门坎村)
Departure Times: 09:00 and 13:00
Return Time of the Last Bus: 15:30

Xixi National Wetland Park

Route B
Hangzhou Tourist Information Center (Huanglong Sports Center) — National Wetland Museum of China — Xixi National Wetland Park — Outer Tongwu Village (外桐坞村) — Yebuqiao Bus Stop (叶埠桥公交站) — Song Dynasty Town — Zhijiang Culture Creation Park — Lingshan Scenic Area


Departure Time: 08:30 and 13:30
Return Time of the Last Bus: 16:00
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