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Try to avoid visiting this place during the weekend. You cannot bike at the causeway with the amount of people visiting this place. During the time I visited the weather was hazy and the AQI was pretty high about 171. Definitely bring a filtered mask....More
Su Causeway, as one of the ten West Lake attractions, is very beautiful in spring. This 2797 meters long causeway is lined by green willow trees, pink and red peach blossoms and dotted with culture relics and ancient bridges. After visit the Su Causeway, you...More
Absolutely beautiful location to be enjoyed either on foot or by bike. Start early in the day, well BEFORE 8 am and in Springtime I walked at 6 am. Any later and you have crowds of tourists lining up at the Pagoda end, and then...More
I went back to my hometown recently, it was freezing cold at 5:00 AM. I got up and walked towards Su Causeway about 1 mile away from my hotel. It was till dark, nobody on the street except me. I stay at one of bench...More
The West Lake is a brilliant pearl embedded in the fertile shores of the East China Sea. As the most renowned attraction in Hangzhou, the West Lake draws tourists from all corners of China and the world. But how to travel around West Lake may...More
While it is great to be on the causeway, it is best view on the lake. The lines of trees makes it charming. There are lots of people either walking or biking. Along the way lines of shops sells souvenirs and snacks so you will...More