Set in the eastern suburbs of Wuchang, the East Lake Park, is the largest open space in Wuhan and it's six times the size of Hangzhou's West Lake (for those of us who love to compare lake sizes in China). The mild temperature and wealth of sunshine allow for a wealth of lush greenery and flowers throughout the park with over 372 different types of plants and 80 species of bird and fish. The Wuchang fish is the rarest and the most famous. The park provides a nice respite from the city while still being with it's boundaries.
The Guiyuan Temple is Wuhan's most famous Buddhist temple, both in terms of religious significance and architecture. For several years this temple has..
Hubei Provincial Museum is located by the lakeshore of East Lake in Wuchang. The total construction area of the museum is 42,549 square meters while the..
Connecting Hanyang District and Wuchang District, Wuhan's First Yangzi River Bridge is the first bridge on Yangzi River for both highway and railway..
Sitting atop Snake Hill, the numerously reconstructed Yellow Crane Tower, initially built around 220 AD, is Wuhan's most famous attraction. From the outside,..