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Q: What to do in Wuhan?

I will probably have to go 2 or 3 days to Wuhan and I would like to know if there is anything worth visiting.

I have heard about the Wudang mountains, but it seems that they are hours away from the city.

6 years 34 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Wuhan

 
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Houcaller Beefsteak. I think that's it....

 

Wudang mountain is probably like 7 hours away... by train. It's near Shiyang, which is above Xiangyang (my favorite place in all of China). You could try the bullet train if it'll get you there in time.

 

Imho, I recommend visiting Xiangyang.

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Eat and drink.

 

Huanghelou is overrated.

 

Guanggu guangchang is pretty cool.

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Get the hell out of Wuhan

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Wuhan University ,Hubei Provincial Museum ,Dong hu (east lake) park,the three places are quite close,and they are my favorites in Wuhan. Besides,you can go to Hubuxiang to have snacks,it's  famous  in Wuhan for snacks,it lies just beside the Yangtse River in Wuchang district and you can walk to the Wuhan Yangtse River  Bridge in three minutes from there.

 

http://image.baidu.com/i?tn=baiduimage&ct=201326592&lm=-1&cl=2&nc=1&word=%E6%88%B7%E9%83%A8%E5%B7%B7&ie=utf-8,this is Hubuxiang.

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