Flights to Hangzhou | Skyscanner Singapore

Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport, located on the southern shore of Qiantang River, is the primary airport serving Hangzhou and the surrounding areas in the Zhejiang Province.

Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport domestic and international flights has connections to many domestic and international destinations. There are frequent services to cities all over China, and the busiest international destinations from Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport are mainly to cities in East and Southeast Asia, and points of Africa, Europe and South Asia. The airport serves as a focus city for Air China, China Southern Airlines and Xiamen Airlines.

The airport is conveniently located 27 km east of downtown Hangzhou. It has many modes of transport to downtown Hangzhou and other destinations around Zhejiang, from airport buses, public buses to taxis and rental cars. There is also a shuttle bus that takes you to the city’s main railway station. Travel time from the airport to the downtown core takes approximately 30 minutes and 1 hour by taxi.

Hangzhou is a major city in the Yangtze River Delta region. It is the capital of Zhejiang Province, China. More than just being the political and economic centre of Zhejiang province, the city of Hangzhou is considered one of China’s top tourism hubs. When one speaks of Hangzhou, the romantic West Lake comes to mind. Indeed, it is truly one of the most beautiful natural sights in China and the centerpiece of Hangzhou’s tourist appeal.

The city of Hangzhou, once the ancient capital of the Song Dynasty, also has a rich cultural heritage which can be seen in its architecture from temples to teahouses. There are many things to see in this charming city and there are many options available to explore the sights.

Hangzhou has several pedestrian streets, especially around the West Lake area. Biking is also a very popular way of getting around and it is not limited to the locals. The city has a convenient and extensive public bike system and the red rental bikes are a common sight everywhere. For longer distances, Hangzhou has an extensive bus network and a fairly new subway system. Metered taxis are also available but unfortunately, very few taxi drivers speak English. Ferry boats also operate down the Grand Canal to bring visitors to most of the city’s major points of interest. No doubt, Hangzhou is truly a tourist-friendly city. Here are some of the top attractions in Hangzhou are a must in any itinerary--

West Lake

Famed for its classic natural scenery, Hangzhou and its West Lake have been immortalised by in many Chinese paintings and poetry. This UNESCO World Heritage site covers a very large area, and is in fact the setting for many other prominent landmarks in Hangzhou. There are temples, pagodas, bridges, and gardens, within the lake. Spend a day, walking around the garden paths and enjoy the picture-postcard sceneries. There are also many tour boats that operate around the lake and the causeways.

Lingyin Temple

Located in the northwestern part of Hangzhou, this Buddhist temple is also known as the Temple of the Soul's Retreat. It is one of the largest and wealthiest Buddhist temples in China. Its temple grounds has many pagodas, smaller temples and Buddhist grottoes which attract visitors and pilgrims from all over.

Xixi National Wetland Park

Situated less than 5 kilometers from West Lake, Xixi National Wetland Park is a unique urban wetland park . It is the first and only wetland park in China which combines urban life, farming and cultural traditions. There are several watercourses, ponds, lakes and swamps all over the park. It is also a venue for traditional dragon boat competitions.

Leifeng Pagoda

Also known as Six Harmonies Pagoda, this multi-story Chinese pagoda is located at the foot of Yuelun Hill, facing the Qiantang River in southern Hangzhou. It was originally constructed in 970 AD during the Northern Song dynasty and features a distinctive spiral staircase, intricately carved ceilings and painted walls.

This vibrant cosmopolitan city is definitely packs a lot of worthy attractions to visit. With its remarkable history, amazing natural landscapes and rich culture, Hangzhou is not to be missed. Fly to picturesque Hangzhou and have the holiday of a lifetime. Find the best flight for you by searching for promo fares to Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport in Hangzhou on Skyscanner Singapore.

Flexible where you fly? Search nearby airports for bigger savings.

Airports near Hangzhou

Frequently asked questions

There's one airport in Hangzhou: Hangzhou.
Delta, Capital Airlines, KLM, Singapore Airlines, SilkAir, Sichuan Airlines, Okay Airways and Shenzhen Airlines all fly direct to Hangzhou.
The cheapest month to fly to Hangzhou is April.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.