Wushan Square (Wu Shan Guang Chang) Wushan Square and Wushan Hill is a major town center in Hangzhou. The view from the top is excellent on a clear day, and there are also trails around the hills from behind the pagoda. The pagoda itself has been modernized with an elevator and nice open-air teahouse at the top, but the original bell is still intact and in use. This area also features easy access to Hefang Jie shopping street at the base of the hill, full of small pedestrian streets and shopping stalls. It is also extremely close to the West Lake itself. Heavenly Wind of Wushan Hill is one of the 'Ten New sights of the West Lake'. The Wushan Hill protrudes into the city of Hangzhou, giving rise to a scenic attraction marked for its graceful sights, exotic rocks, mysterious caves, ancient wells and trees and quite a few sites of historical interest.
Address: 113 Gaoyin Street
Seperate admission fee: Tea Aroma Tower CNY30
Opening Hours: 24 hours
How To get There: Bus No. K284, J9, Y7, Y8, 8, K8, 25, K25, 34, K34, 35, K35, 40, K40, 59, K59, 60, K60, 814, K814, 818, K404, K808, K850, K206, K208, K216 to Wushan Square Stop
Sightseeing Route: Hangzhou History Museum, Tea Aroma Tower, Hefang Old Street
Where to eat: Ell Noodle Restaurant (Paoshan Mianguan), Address: 91 Hefang Old Street, Tel: (0571) 87027346; Bianlong Restaurant, Address: 77 Hefang Old Street, Tel: (0571) 87818322
Shopping Guide: Hefang Old Street