Hangzhou Railway Station, Hangzhou East Railway Station and Hangzhou South Railway Station.
Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport. The airport consists of two terminal buildings: Terminal A and Terminal B. Terminal A is the International Terminal and Terminal B is the Domestic Terminal.
Line 1, Line 2 and Line 4
Common Buses These have numbers and have no letter prefix. Generally, buses in the downtown area run from 6 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Some suburban lines stop as early as 5:30 p.m. or 6 p.m.
Night Buses Their numbers range between 201 and 251, and they run from 9:30 p.m. to 5:30 a. m.
Air-conditioned Buses Their numbers start with the letter "K", for example K19. These buses are air-conditioned from May to September and heated from December to February.
Holiday Buses Their numbers start with the letter "J". There are only two lines: J1 and J12, which operates only during holidays and at weekends.
Tour Buses Their numbers start with the letter "Y", for example Y9. These buses will take you to or from a tourist destination.
Sightseeing Buses Their numbers start with the Chinese characters "观光 (sightseeing)", for example 观光4.
BRT (Bus Rapid Transit) Their numbers start with "B", such as B1, B2 and B3. These buses are articulated, and stop at dedicated BRT stations, which allow you to transfer to other BRT without paying an additional fare.
Note: Y1, Y7 and Y9 have tour guides who introduce in Chinese the scenic areas along the way. The bus stops are reminded in both Chinese and English.
Public bicycle stations around the West Lake:
Children's Palace, YueFei Temple, Autumn Moon Over the Calm Lake, North of Breeze-ruffled Lotus at Quyuan Garden, Hangzhou Flower Nursery, Huaguang Park (Flower Pond), South Entrance of Su Causeway, Long Bridge Park, Orioles Singing in the Willows and No.1 Lakeside Park.