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What to do in Wuhan
Wuhan is the capital city of China’s Hubei province, and it’s an exciting mix of the old and new. Some people think it’s only a major port of the Yangtze River, but Wuhan offers so much more for travellers who come to visit.
Start exploring Wuhan and head to the Wuchang District. Stop by the city’s largest tourist attraction, and see the modern structure of the Yellow Crane Tower on Snake Hill. From the top of the tower, you can see fantastic views of Snake Hill Park, the whole city of Wuhan, and Yangtze River.
For more amazing natural scenery of Wuhan, go hiking at Mo Hill and head to its scenic area. Fall for Mother Nature at the beautiful Wuhan Botanical Garden, where you’ll find 70 hectares of over 8,000 species of flora and stunning landscaping.
Discover the rich history and culture of the city and visit the Memorial Hall of Wuchang Uprising in 1911 Revolution, the Hubei Provincial Museum, and Wuhan University. Don’t forget to visit the colourful Baotong Temple and Changchun Taoist Temple.
At the Hanyang District is where you’ll find the impressive Guiyuan Buddhist Temple. Explore the fascinating Qingchuan Pavilion and Temple of Yu the Great, and find some great views of Wuhan’s river.
Are you travelling with your little ones? Your family will love Wuhan Zoo! You can say hello to the giant panda, red pandas, wolves, zebras, and many more. The zoo also has an amusement park too. And if you want a more thrilling theme park, head to Happy Valley Wuhan for some of the fastest rides in Asia.
Take your camera to Hankou’s waterfront for a unique view of Wuhan. Travel back in time at the Longquan Shan Scenic Area. Experience the local culture of Wuhan in Jiqing Street, and complete this list of things to do in Wuhan to get the most out of your Wuhan trip.
When to visit Wuhan
The best time to visit Wuhan is during spring (April-June) and autumn (September-November), when you can enjoy the scenery and little to no rain. Score cheaper airfare and book your flights for October, when it’s the cheapest time to fly to Wuhan.
Australians need a visa to fly to China and visit Wuhan. Visit the Embassy of The People’s Republic of China in Australia website to know how to apply for your visa, and Smartraveller for more info.
Travelling to and around Wuhan
You’ll be flying to Wuhan Tianhe International Airport, and from there you can reach the city by taxi and airport shuttle bus. Travel around Wuhan by taxi, bus, subway, and ferry.
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