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Things to do in Wuhan
Wuhan is the capital city of China’s Hubei province, where the old and new make the city much more exciting. Some think that the city is only a major port of the Yangtze River, but don’t make that mistake because Wuhan offers so much more for those who visit.
Explore Wuhan and start at the Wuchang District. Marvel at the design of the Yellow Crane Tower on Snake hill, and see for yourself why it’s the city’s biggest attraction. You’ll even get fantastic views of Snake Hill Park, the city of Wuhan, and Yangtze River from the top of the tower.
Find more of Wuhan’s amazing natural scenery by hiking at Mo Hill to reach the scenic area. Fall for Mother Nature at the beautiful Wuhan Botanical Garden and its 70 hectares of stunning landscapes and over 8,000 species of flora.
Travel back in time as you discover the rich history and culture of Wuhan at the Hubei Provincial Museum, Wuhan University, and the Memorial Hall of Wuchang Uprising in 1911 Revolution. Don’t forget to visit the colourful Baotong Temple and Changchun Taoist Temple too.
Head next to Hanyang District so you can see the impressive Guiyuan Buddhist Temple, and spend hours exploring the grounds with your camera. Visit the fascinating Qingchuan Pavilion and Temple of Yu the Great, to find some great views of Wuhan’s river.
If you’re travelling with your little ones, your family will love Wuhan Zoo. Say hello to the wolves, zebras, giant pandas, and many more. The zoo even has an amusement park to keep your kids entertained the whole day. But if you want to feel the adrenaline, you can’t miss Happy Valley Wuhan for some of the fastest rides in Asia.
Bring your camera to Hankou’s waterfront, and capture a unique view of Wuhan city. Have a blast from the past as you walk along the ancient Longquan Shan Scenic Area.
Spend an afternoon at Jiqing Street to experience the local culture of Wuhan, and find out what other things you can do in Wuhan to get the most out of your trip in the city.
What you should know
The best time to visit Wuhan is during spring (April-June) and autumn (September-November), when you can enjoy the best weather for exploring the city.
Most of the locals speak Mandarin, so if you don’t speak the language, you should pack a good Mandarin Chinese phrasebook to help you on your trip.
Get your suitcase and start packing now, because Singaporeans can fly to China and visit Wuhan visa-free for up to 15 days. If you want to stay longer in Wuhan or explore the rest of the country, just visit the Embassy of The People’s Republic of China in The Republic of Singapore for more travel info.
Travelling to and around Wuhan
You’ll be welcomed in Wuhan through the Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport, and from there you can reach the city by taxi, Xiamen Airport Express Line bus, and public bus. You can easily travel around Xiamen by taxi, Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), ferry, bicycle, or even hiring your own private driver.
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