Sights & landmarks in Wuhan

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  • Deanosaur89
    Edmonton, Canada1,689 contributions
    We went here on the Chinese Labour Day weekend. It was busy but manageable. The area has some nice gardens as well. The highlight is the tower and they have tower shaped fudgesicle ice cream which was a nice treat.

    Cost to enter is 70 RMB and one to two hours is plenty of time here.
    Written 3 May 2021
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  • Dan
    4 contributions
    Beautiful campus. It is so big. Right by a huge lake, which is surrounded by gorgeous colorful lights at night. In any other city, the lights alone would be an attraction! We heard that in the spring, the streets are lined with cherry blossoms, and it is a huge local attraction. In the summer, people will swim in the lake.
    Written 19 January 2020
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  • Sheikh-Imran
    Wuhan, China193 contributions
    It is an important bridge of Wuhan. I think visiting at the afternoon or evening is better. You can have a great view there. You should cross the bridge on foot.
    Written 28 October 2018
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  • Samuel S
    9 contributions
    There are plenty of street foods and also plenty of shops such as Nike, Zara and Adidas. Pricing is on higher side.
    Written 1 June 2019
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  • Maudena H
    Kampong Kiarong, Brunei Darussalam109 contributions
    If you wanted to look for local food, this is the place to go. The street offers a wide range of ready cooked food - very pretty to look at. Even if you don't plan to buy, it is worth just walking through it. Please note that if you don't speak or read chinese, you will be playing a guessing game of what is that food. The street is just a short walk from the Yellow Crane Tower (maybe around 5 minutes)
    Written 25 December 2017
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  • NJT
    21 contributions
    The whole street, along with the buildings, was adapted for commercial use. Very interesting architecture. Lots of shops and restaurants.
    Written 18 August 2019
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  • mrbottleskidsparty
    Singapore, Singapore26 contributions
    Never seen a chinese temple like this. Gothic style like a cathedral yet, all the statues are chinese. The place is not a tourist hot site, so it’s relatively quiet when I went.

    i wrote more on my personal blog magictraveljournal.com
    Written 30 June 2020
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  • Dace A
    Riga, Latvia97 contributions
    If you are into temples... I really suggest you to come here. Almost no tourists, just monks and believers. If outside is traffic, sounds, crazy sh*T going on, then inside the monastery you would be in totaly other world. So peaceful, calm, beautiful. I suggest you to go there, just to feel the buddhist spirit.
    Written 5 October 2018
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  • Tural Turan
    Wuhan, China20 contributions
    Wuchang Uprising Memorial describes history of armed rebellion against Qing dynasty on Oct.11, 1911, which was the beginning of Xinhai revolution. Visitors can also find lots of exhibits and even purchase souvenirs about `Father of nation`, Sun Yat-sen.
    The entrance is free, although you need to get rid of lighter if you have it. Personnel are friendly and cooperative. Exhibits are provided with English translation, so even without Chinese language you`ll be able to have an excursus to this part of history of China.
    Written 15 January 2020
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  • Squarky7
    Oxford, UK27 contributions
    This was a great temple to visit, with many old buildings and shady courts. Spectacular hall of golden statues, and another hall with interesting Taoist visions of Hell.
    Written 18 September 2019
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  • Ricardo Magalhães
    Porto, Portugal312 contributions
    Very good place to take a walk. The park is huge. You can ride a bicycle or walk. We visited the place in the winter so with the low temperature is not so good. During the spring/summer you can do some activities.
    Written 5 January 2019
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  • stwqx
    20 contributions
    There are small stores, restaurant, boutique shops and cafes. Went on a weekend and it is not crowded.
    Written 22 April 2019
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  • TAMAN1951
    Liberty Lake, WA5,896 contributions
    A pretty cool contrast of the old (over 100 years old) and the new (less than ten years) in the same skyline.

    Nice walk around town and a pretty clean place.

    Easy to enjoy even if you are really doing anything.

    The park is a nice setting as well.

    Not a terribly famous city but interesting nonetheless.
    Written 1 November 2018
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  • Vielreisende R
    Beijing, China443 contributions
    Different from most museums in China, this has many explanations in english and is quite interesting. The old building comes on top of this.
    Written 1 December 2020
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  • StanleyandMarie
    Ontario, Canada1,120 contributions
    We wandered Jiquing Street along with other streets in the area apparently known as the HanKou Historical And Cultural Region. There were a lot of street vendors and lots of cheap touristy things to purchase if you were interested. There were also several excellent bakeries in the area. Because it was a hot day, one of the more popular places was a local variety store that had cold beer near where there were some tables to sit outside on and relax. Worth wandering around for an hour or so.
    Written 7 June 2018
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