Beautiful area to visit to take pictures near the West Lake. This is the location pictured on the Chinese 1 Yuan. A must see if you have the time.
I visited Hangzhou on one of its hottest days on record so activity was going to be hot. At least Sudi is 80% in the shade with numerous willows and other trees flanking the path. Not many people ride their bikes along here (at least when I went) and the yellow elongated golf carts are driven with care. I walked... More
for a crazy thing, go and see the sunrise in hangzhou, here would be a good place, for couples, you could just sit on the chair alongside the lake, enjoying every single moment facing the beautiful lake
It is actually a wide paved bridge across the West Lake. A good place for evening or morning stroll. Try not to go in the afternoon as it could get really hot. And try to go during the weekday as it could get quite congested with people on weekends. We visited on a Monday mid-morning towards noon in May. Less... More
Great walking or riding bike with those trying to get some exercise. If you go early in the morning (7-9 am) on a weekday you will beat the crowds and probably enjoy it more.
I was lucky enough to make my third trip to Hangzhou and stay at the West Lake Shangri La. My favorite experience (easy due to jet lag) is to get up at sunrise and walk across the SuCauseway. You join a few hundred Chinese locals and tourists watching the sunrise, swimming, exercising, listening to music, yelling out in QiGong.
The space,the gardens pagodas appearing suddenly in the mist, tiny islands popping up in the lake and feeling very safe . How can one not like the white, red, purple, magenta blooms ! Even the yellow winter jasmine and the fish in the streams look just like in chinese paintings
This causeway would be lovely if it wasn't for the huge crowds of tourists that seem to fill every inch of it. The marina end of the causeway is particularly anarchic and if you are on a bike, you will be fighting through chaotic masses. The tourist buses that drive up and down the causeway are hazardous and you really... More
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