Hangzhou Nightlife

After daytime excursions to lakes and mountains in Hangzhou, visitors should go to the lakeside to enjoy the music fountain. The grand jets combined with neon lights make the water scenery totally different from that in the daytime.


Tea Houses


1.    Chenghuang Teahouse



Next to the beautiful Wu Mountain scenic spot lies the Chenghuang Teahouse, a classical building with five layers. The interior decoration is simple and refined. You can enjoy a good view of Wu Mountain while sipping a cup of tea and tasting pastries. It is the best place for relaxation.

Location: 3 Wushan Road, Shangcheng District


2.    Hu Pan Ju



The teahouse closest to the West Lake is Hu Pan Ju (Lakeside Teahouse). This is a place for friends to hang out and drink tea and for visitors to taste the authentic Longjing tea and take in the breathtaking scenery of the West Lake. It has been one of the most famous teahouses in city for many years.

Location: 1, Shengtang Scenic Area


3.    Qing Teng Tea House



Qing Teng Tea House is also a popular spot located close to the West Lake. Besides enjoying various kinds of tea, you could also have a simple buffet for free, including fruits, dim sum and local snacks.

Location: 2F, Yuanhua Square, 278, Nanshan Road, Shangcheng District


4.    Wen Ying Ge Tea House



Wen Ying Ge Tea House was built in the park of Liu Lang Wen Ying (orioles singing in the willows), at the West Lake’s southeast bank. Due to its prior location to view the West Lake, there are always many visitors here for tea-tasting.

Location: 3, Park of Liu Lang Wen Ying, Qingbomen, Nanshan Road, Shangcheng District


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