Wuhan in Hubei province

A six-day exploration of Wuhan in Hubei province

Updated: May 20, 2019 Print
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Day Six
Wuhan is a big city and six days are barely enough to see everything. Here are a few more places worth checking out on the last day.

Guiyuan Temple

Guiyuan Temple is a key provincial cultural relic built in 1658 during the Qing Dynasty. It’s a popular tourist attraction in Wuhan and anyone interested in Buddhist culture should pay a visit. [Photo/IC]

Opening hours: 7:30-17:30 (entry until 17:00) (May 1 to Oct 7)
8:00-17:00 (entry until 16:30) (Oct 8 to April 30)
Address: 20 Cuiwei Road, Hangyang district, Wuhan
Ticket price: 10 yuan
Free admission for children under 1.2 meters
Half price for visitors over 60 years old with valid identification
Website: (Chinese)

Qingchuan Pavilion

The front of Qingchuan Pavilion [Photo/IC]

Established in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the Qingchuan Pavilion is an old building expanded from a temple. The pavilion is as famous as the Yellow Crane Tower. At the top of the pavilion, a breathtaking view of city stretching down to the vast Yangtze River draws countless visitors.

Opening hours: 9:00-17:00 (entry until 16:30)
Address: 86 Xima Street, Hanyang district, Wuhan
Ticket price: free admission


A creative coffee shop at Tanhualin Street [Photo/IC]

Tanhualin is on old street dotted with dozens of century-old buildings, including churches, hospitals, schools, gardens and consulates. There are also many stores selling creative products. It’s the perfect place to spend a leisurely afternoon with a cup of coffee.

Optics Valley Walking Street

Night view of Optics Valley Walking Street [Photo/IC]

Optics Valley is the most modern and prosperous part of Wuhan, the best part of which is the Optics Valley Walking Street.

The street integrates Spanish, German, Italian and French styles of architecture and is ideal for shopping, eating, tourism and business.

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