Su Causeway - Walk, Ride, or Bike
The Su Causeway is a north-south pedestrian-only path that cuts through the western part of West Lake. The causeway is 2.6 km long, and it contains several bridges under which small boats can pass through. There are many trees, grassy areas, and benches (good for picnic) all along the way, so if you're not in a hurry, you could plan on strolling the entire length of the Su Causeway. Alternatively, there are electric trams you can take to make the sightseeing faster, but beware that the trams only run in one direction - from south to north on the Su Causeway - and in the clockwise direction around the West Lake. So be sure to plan ahead accordingly, in which order you want to see the sites. You can also rent a bike if you prefer, but you will have a dodge a lot of people when the causeway is very crowded.