Night markets in Wuhan – Food, Furnitures, Clothes and more…

A presentation of the official night markets in Wuhan

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The night markets are some of the most lively and energetic places in Wuhan. As soon as the sun goes down, the night markets emerge; they are noisy and full of life. These markets are a major part of Wuhan’s night scene.

The number of sizable night markets, each of which is packed with more than one hundred stands, is around 20. They attract mothers, the primary consumers, as well as young girls and boys. These places are exciting and definitely worth checking out.

Tips: 

-Always bargain to get cheaper price even when the product is price-tagged
-Avoid going alone, carry your squad with you and shopping is more fun when you’re with someone
-Keep eyes on your valuables
-Better go early to find the best deals
-Buy in bulk with friends to get discounts

The 700-meter-long night market, which was once Jianghan Road night market, is usually packed with about 400 stands. It has a history of more than 20 years; it has withstood the test of time. Many of the sellers here are young and fashionable. Commodities: food, clothes, cosmetics, gadgets, toys, etc
This is a market that is located in a 2,000-square-meter open space, is packed with more than 400 stands; it is at the back of the Homemart in Wangjiawan. By 7 P.M., in spring, buyers have already started to fill the area. Compared with other markets, this one is filled with surprises; it features interesting items for low prices....
It is the largest night market in Wuchang. The sellers are both students and white-collar workers. Many of the buyers come from the nearby colleges and universities, as well as the neighboring residential areas. The inexpensive items reflect the current trends and fads. Here, you can find a lovely purse for RMB 10 or a leather bag for a...
This market is a favorite among college students. Students and some white-collar workers come here for the shopping and the entertaining events that are regularly held near the entrance to Dacheng Road. Unlike Baocheng Road, the walkway between the stands is quite wide, so buyers can amble and browse comfortably. Although many of the stands cater to students, you...
Close to the CBD on Jianshe Avenue, this market attracts the office workers who are interested in a late supper and a little shopping after work. The market is famous for the imported fruit, like delicious red apples, black plums, Chinese cherries, Brazilian oranges, and Sunkist oranges. All of these can be found along the street. As for the clothes...
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