Zhejiang Provincial Department of Culture and Tourism

Zhejiang enjoys convenient transportation owing to its advantageous location at the southern section of the Yangtze River, bordering the East China Sea and many important provinces in China. Currently, there are seven civilian airports in Zhejiang, including two international ones, Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport and Ningbo Lishe International Airport. Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport and Pudong International Airport are only two to three hours’ drive away. Major railway routes and highways all pass through Zhejiang. In addition, the provision of public bike services has been used to complete the last-mile concerns of the public transportation system. 

  • Taxis in Jinhua
    Taxis abound on the road in Jinhua. The starting fee of a taxi trip is 8 yuan for the first 2.5km. Every additional kilometer charges 2 yuan.
  • Public Buses in Jinhua
    The public transportation system in Jinhua is completed. The public bus network covers the city and the rural areas. You can reach all the scenic spots in Jinhua by public buses. The bus fares vary from 1 yuan to 2 yuan. Part of the bus lines are stuffed with conductors. No changes are available on the buses without conductors, please prepare the changes beforehand. The time schedules differ according to the lines. Please check the detailed information at the stops.
  • Long-Distance Bus Stations in Jinhua
    There are three long-distance bus stations in Jinhua, Jinhua East Coach Station, Jinhua West Coach Station and Jinhua South Coach Station namely.
  • Railway Stations in Jinhua
    At present, there are three stations in Jinhua city, Jinhua Railway Station, South Jinhua Station and East Jinhua Station. Only Jinhua Railway Station and South Jinhua Station serve as passenger stations.
  • Jinhua Yiwu Airport
    Yiwu Airport is built in 1970 in Yiwu, Zhejiang. This is a military-civil airport, the first county civil airport in the east of China and the busiest airport in the Midwest of Zhejiang.