Popular Sightseeing Spots in Wuhan

Just kidding! But if she were, here are a few places I might take her...

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A couple of years ago my parents came to visit me in Wuhan. After the inital excitement, I found myself scratching my head trying to figure out where to take them and what to do. Should we go see the great wall in Beijing, or books some flights to exotic islands in Thailand and Maylasia.

But then I started thinking, what is there to do in Wuhan when friends and family visit. Here are a few good choices that should give you chance to spend some quality time together while introducing your loved ones to a few of the mainstream must visit sights in the city!

The Han Show

"It's was a very impressive and great show. The price might be quite high for the good seats. But getting the cheapest seats is worth it. It is definitely a show that must watch when you visit WuHan. The overall experience is excellent. Just be prepare to get slightly wet if you are the front 5 rows seats." "In my...

Han Street

Chu River and Han Street is a street and a river in Wuhan, which is developed as a project of the Phase 1 of Wuhan Central Cultural Zone, which encompasses tourist attractions, business, commercial and living accommodation. As the first key project of Wuhan East Lake ecological water network, Chu River and Han Street feature a combination of landscape,...

East Lake

East Lake, the biggest scenery tourist attraction in Wuhan and also the largest lake within a city in China, is located on the south bank of the Yangtze River and in the east suburb of Wuchang. It covers an area of 87 square kilometers (33 square kilometers of water area) that is five times greater than the area of...

Moshan at East lake

Huge garden and not crowded. Way better than Zhong Shan Park. The ethereal garden smells sweetly of plum blossoms and it’s a great place for picnics. Air was fresh and not polluted as was the city area in Wuhan. Refreshing and great place for couples, or families. Awesome photo-taking opportunities too. The entrance fee is 48 RMB and be...

Yellow Crane Tower

Located at Yangtze River it is a popular place for many poets in the Chinese history. The tower was destroyed and rebuilt many times in the history. It is really worth seeing and very crowded. This is a great spot to visit; definitely the no.1 thing to do in Wuhan. It's a little distant from the metro stops, but it...

Hankou Riverside Park

The many entrances on the roadside are across from the concession with beautiful historic buildings, winding your way into the park, through the countless pathways and sculptures, you will find yourself at the riverside where you can sit and watch the boats pass by or find the locals flying intricate kites in the breeze. In the evening the buildings...

Zhongshan Park

In the middle of the city, this park offers some relative peace and quiet. From swan boats to bumper boats to huge inflatables that spin on the water. Quiet spots with many pagodas and wooded areas with meandering paths. You will find singers and performs of every type. Then you have couples dancing class’s and poetry readings to story...

Wuhan Tiandi

Situated at the foot of the second bridge, and opposite of the riverside park, Wuhan Tiandi has the most choices in one place for the critical foodie that wants choices of regional chinese and international cuisine. While there are plenty of other famous spots with lots of restaurants, unfortunately they often cater primarily to tourists. This pricey piece of...