Located in the province of Zhejiang in the People's Republic of China, Hangzhou is the capital city of the province and regarded as the best commercial city in the country's mainland. The city is also highly populated and ranked the highest for Chinese Cities of Opportunity. The city gained many tourists within China and throughout the world, especially through its well-conserved traditional and cultural attractions, whereby some are enlisted in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
For those who favour travelling in warm and sunny weather, a trip to Hangzhou during summer may suit you. Temperature is about 29 degrees centigrade on average during this season. However, visitors may need to check the weather forecast for possible rainy weather. Hangzhou has a dry winter season, but the weather may be chilly for some. An average day may have a temperature of about five degrees centigrade and cloudy at times. It is not recommended to travel to Hangzhou towards the end of summer as indirect typhoon storms carry strong winds and rainfall to the city.
Kalibo International Airport – Kalibo International Airport is a civilian airport serving Boracay city. Located in Aklan province, this airport is only two kilometres away from the city centre. Fifteen domestic and international carriers operate Kalibo Airport. It is also the hub for Cebu Pacific, Pan Pacific Airlines and Philippines AirAsia, and the focus city for Philippine Airlines and Royal Air Charter.
Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport – Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport is the main airport serving Hangzhou. Hangzhou Airport offers flights to destinations within China, Southeast Asia, and parts of South Asia, Africa and Europe. Among the airlines operating in Hangzhou Airport are Air China, China Southern Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, Sichuan Airlines, Hainan Airlines and Xiamen Airlines. There are two terminals in Hangzhou Airport which are Domestic Terminal and International Terminal. Flights to Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan also depart from International Terminal. The airport is 27 kilometres away from the city proper and reachable via airport bus, rail and taxi services.
Hangzhou is a four-seasonal city and has a humid subtropical climate. Summers in Hangzhou is generally long, hot and humid with an average temperature of 29 degrees centigrade. Significant precipitation can be expected between spring and summer, and the highest rainfall is usually recorded in June. Hangzhou also experiences indirect typhoon storms towards the end of summer. On the contrary, winters are commonly dry, chilly and cloudy with a mean temperature of five degrees. The city also occasionally experiences snowfall during winter.