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Q: Wuhan weekend activities?

I'm going to be visiting Wuhan soon for business, but at the end of the trip I'll have two days and two nights to spend in Wuhan. What interesting things are there to do there for 2 days. I'm talking Chinese culture here, not fast food and video games. Temples, mountains, parks and lakes is the kind of thing I mean.

8 years 2 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Wuhan

 
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Yellow Crane Tower (Huang he lou)

East Lake (Dong hu)

Hubei Provincial Museum

Memorial Hall of Wuchang Uprising in 1911 Revolution

Guiyuan Temple

Eat Hot dry noodles (re gan mian) and Wuchang River fish (wuchang yu)
Eat at the street market during the dark hours of the night.

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This time of year in Wuhan it is best to stay in your hotel room and explore the mountains, valleys, rivers and forests of the room service massage girl.

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visit some sauna centres/

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