Tour Hangzhou by Waterbus

There are large and small rivers in Hangzhou, and the best way to experience them is by waterbus.

Line 1
Where to go

Gongcheng Bridge Station

If you are interested in museums, then you should go to Gongcheng Bridge, where there are many like the Canal Museum, Umbrella Museum, Knife, Scissors and Sword Museum, Fan Museum and Hangzhou Workmanship Demonstration Pavilion.

Xinyifang Station

Xinyifang is the first commercial block in Hangzhou that combines sightseeing, playing and shopping. There is also Dadou Road Historical Block and Shengli River Food Street nearby.

Line 2
Where to go

Xixi Wuchang Harbor Station

The terminal station of Line 2 is located at the north side of Xixi Wetland Park, from which relatively fewer visitors enter the wetlands. So, set out to Xixi Wetland Park and appreciate the wonderful gift that has been donated by nature.

Line 3
Where to go

North City Sports Park Station

North City Sports Park, integrating sport, entertainment and ecology, is the largest sports park in Hangzhou, and has facilities such as a football field, basketball court, volleyball court and swimming pool.

Banshan Station

It is only ten minutes walking distance from Banshan Station to Banshan Forest Park. In the Neolithic age, Banshan was the dwelling place of Hangzhou’s ancestors. All the way to the north, you can visit Gaoting Mountain and Thousand Peaches Garden.

Special reminder: because Huanxi Yongning Bridge is being repaired, the water bus can only go from Datieguan Wharf to Huanxi Yongning Wharf.

Line 7
Where to go

Donghe River Plum Blossom Stele Station

This line runs through the heart zone of Hangzhou City and compared to the above four, it is the most beautiful. Due to the narrow river, over which there are many bridges, only small boats containing eight passengers can pass through. It is best to start from the original station and terminate at Plum Blossom Stele Station, which is near Wuliu Lane. This is the last lane that preserved the past view of Hangzhou.