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Flights from the United States to Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport in Hangzhou, China, will take from a full day to two days from Los Angeles (LAX). If you're flying from the east coast, you can fly out of Newark (EWR) and your flight will last over a couple of days. Hangzhou flight deals are also possible from Chicago's O'Hare Airport (ORD) and Boston's Logan International Airport (BOS). These flights too will require travel from one day to a day and a half along with layovers.
Although there are no nonstop flights from cities in the United States to Hangzhou, China, there are a few Hangzhou flight routes with just one or two layovers. This includes one-stop flights from Los Angeles (LAX) and two-stop flights from Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD), Atlanta (ATL), Seattle (SEA), Minneapolis (MSP), and Houston's George Bush International (IAH). With these flight routes, you'll have to stop in either Xiamen, Tokyo, Beijing, Shenyang, or Harbin. There are numerous flights from cities in the United States with three-stops. This includes the cities of Miami (MIA), Nashville (BNA), and Charlotte (CLT). With these flight routes, you might have a layover in Mexico City, Dallas, Los Angeles, Xiamen, or Denver.
EVA Air is the airline most momondo users in United States opt for when booking flights to Hangzhou. China Airlines, ANA and Philippine Airlines are also popular choices when flying to Hangzhou from United States. Most major airlines flying from United States to Hangzhou will offer flights on a regular basis, though your options may vary depending on what airport you fly from.
53 XiamenAir flights head to Hangzhou on average each week. Most will be flying from Xi'an Xianyang to Hangzhou, the most popular route that XiamenAir operates to Hangzhou. Prices vary based on when and where you fly from - the cheapest XiamenAir flight to Hangzhou found in the past 3 days on momondo was $2,014, departing from Los Angeles. XiamenAir is the most popular choice on momondo for this route and has been scored 6.8/10 by 7 of our users.
You'll need both a passport and a visa to visit China. Your passport must be valid with six months remaining on it and you need to apply for your visa before travel. Applications for the visa can be submitted online to the Chinese embassy. Note that it could take as long as a business week to get your Chinese visa, so you should plan accordingly.
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During your time in Hangzhou, you'll want to tour historical attractions, such as the Lingyin Temple, the former residence of Xueyan Hu, and the Jinghang Grand Canal Hangzhou. Get a close-up look at the statues of the five dynasties with a visit to Fei Lai Feng. When you're ready to purchase souvenirs, stop by the shopping district on Hefang Street (where there are many stores and places to eat) or the Silk Culture Street (on Jiankang Rd), where you can shop for fine linens and clothing. If the weather permits, you can spend time outdoors taking in the beauty of the city. Some places to visit include the Geling Mountain (or Mt. Baochu), where you can hike or have a picnic. You can also take a cruise in a Chinese wooden boat on the Grand Canal or visit West Lake to enjoy the gardens and its interesting bridges.
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