Unique, off-the-beaten retreat embodying Chinese design with Western modernity
Surrounded by undulating landscapes of Dragon Well Tea Garden, mountains, lake and river
Great for families with children's pool, activities and multiple-bedroom villas
Participate in yoga, tai chi classes, tea-picking and orange-picking activities
Proximity to Longmen and Shen'ao ancient towns
Shanghai and eastern China’s subtropical climate brings with it four distinct seasons. The weather is generally mild and temperate, with a great deal of rainfall even in the drier months of the year. The frequent monsoon showers and scorching temperatures of June, July and August can make it uncomfortably humid, with the mercury regularly rising over 35°C. Winter is overcast and chilly, although snow seldom falls in this eastern region of China. Spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) are the best times to visit Shanghai and eastern China, with pleasant temperatures and fewer tourists.
Nestled on a hillside adjacent to the Fuchun River, the Fuchun Resort is strategically located to explore the more off-the-beaten destinations such as Longmen and Shen'ao ancient towns.
Fuchun Resort is a truly exquisite hideaway, located 20 minutes away from the busy downtown Hangzhou, but stands alone as its own retreat with plenty of activities on offer and proximity to hidden gems near Hangzhou such as an undulating golf course, a terraced tea plantation adjacent to the resort, as well as the ancient towns of Longmen and Shen'ao.
Combining Chinese cultural elements with contemporary Western designs, each of the 86 rooms, suites and villas at the Fuchun Resort are fitted with complimentary WiFi, LCD television, cable and satellite channels, CD and DVD players, air conditioning, as well as separate bathroom with hair dryer, slippers, bath robes and 24-hour hot water.
There are three dining options within the resort. The Asian Cafeteria offers Hangzhou and Asian favourites adorned with carved flowers and lanterns on a second-floor setting overlooking the lakes on three sides. Nestled between lakes and hills, the Lake Lounge serves light meals of Chinese and Western selections. Finally, the Cafeteria of the Club has both indoor and outdoor lakeside dining area with both Chinese and Western meals.
Facilities include an 18-hole golf court beautifully located between the terraced landscape of Dragon Well Tea Garden, an indoor heated swimming pool with a special children's pool, the awards-winning hydrotherapy spa, as well as yoga and tai chi classes. There are also seasonal activities on offer, such as tea-picking, orange-picking, lake cruising, biking, calligraphy classes and more.
Let us whisk you away from the crowd into the lesser-visited Xizha Scenic Area in Wuzhen. The beauty of Wuzhen truly glows in the evening once the crowd of day trippers have left. Explore the many historic sites and ancient alleyways here.
Today, we will discover some of the most secluded ancient rural villages just south of Hangzhou, including Longmen which is said to be hometown of the Three Kingdoms and the authentic Shen'ao with its fascinating underground water supply.
Make a trip to Nanxun. Walking along the canals of the old town, one will not see enormous herds of tourists, but instead, locals washing clothes, sipping tea or playing cards beside the water.
Today, you will make a visit to the Tongli Ancient Town, stopping at Tuisi Garden, Jianyin Hall and ancient bridges. Afterwards, enjoy a cruise along the water town to take in its beauty.
Enjoy a boat ride at the charming Xitang, with nine river and over 100 bridges running through different corners of the town.
Head to Zhouzhuang and visit the 900-year-old Taoist Chengxu Temple, as well as the famous Twin Bridges.
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