Wuhan travel guide

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You're Going to Love Wuhan

Wuhan is comprised of three different cities called Hankou, Hanyang, and Wuchang - separated by the Yangtze and Huangshui rivers - and is known for the easily recognizable Yellow Crane Tower and the Dragon Boat Festival.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Wuhan

When to Visit Wuhan

The summer months can be warm and humid. You will enjoy a more pleasant climate in the fall or spring.

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When the weather is nice in Wuhan

How to Get to Wuhan

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Where to Stay in Wuhan

Stay at the Holiday Inn Wuhan Riverside if you want to have a view on the Yangtze river. The Renaissance Wuhan Hotel is another good option.

Popular Neighborhoods in Wuhan

Where to stay in popular areas of Wuhan

Most booked hotels in Wuhan

How to Get Around Wuhan

The Cost of Living in Wuhan

Shopping Streets

You will find many stores on Han Street and at the Wanda Plaza if you want to shop for clothes and accessories. Check out the night market on Jianghan Road.

Groceries and Other

You will find Walmart and Carrefour locations in Wuhan. A gallon of milk should cost you ¥40.

Cheap meal
Cheap meal
S$ 2.96
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
S$ 111.62
Single public transport ticket
Single public transport ticket
S$ 0.40
Cappuccino
Cappuccino
S$ 4.79

Where to Eat in Wuhan

Head to Charm for traditional fare at a good price. Grandma's Kitchen is one of the best places for European fare. A quick meal should cost ¥20, but an upscale restaurant will cost ¥70 or more.