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Can’t go wrong with taking a stroll on the Bai Causeway. Such breathtaking views. Plenty of places to stop and relax, surrounded by nature and cultural grounds. A good place to picnic, take pictures and if you are up to it, take a ride on...More
If you like strolling along the water and stopping for the view or to read an explanation, this is the place for you. The only downside are the crowds so try to visit in an off hour. We also enjoyed a delicious lunch at the...More
Bai Causeway is shorter than Su Causeway. If you're pressed for time and had to choose one, go for Su Causeway. If you're already there and have time, just take the walk! I think most people are here for the Broken Bridge (not literally).
Jogging enthusiasts, tourists and families admiring the scenic views from the broken bridge. Hoping to catch calligraphers and poets. Better luck next time. The views and serenity is breathtaking. Worth a short visit before trying local cuisine and checking out the Starbucks and McDonald’s where...More
My teenage son and I rode along this road while cycling around West Lake. You can't take it all the way across the river, but it's a very scenic route until you have to turn around and continue around the perimeter of the lake. Very...More
Bai Causeway is a continuation of the Hubin Street northward and a delightful stroll out into West Lake. No cars, but biking and skating allowed. People obviously have a wonderful time, some old men are flying kites, children play and feed a duck or two....More
There are several types of boats for hire in Xihu. As far as I can recalled, the price for Leisure Boat is RMB55, Large Dragon Boat is RMB90 while self rowing boats varies from RMB 30 to 150 depending on the boat... More
There are several types of boats for hire in Xihu. As far as I can recalled, the price for Leisure Boat is RMB55, Large Dragon Boat is RMB90 while self rowing boats varies from RMB 30 to 150 depending on the boat facilities. You can find the price lists on various piers alongside Xihu.