c is located at, if you are coming from Hankou, take the ChangJiang #2 Bridge and go towards the direction of Wuchang, after crossing the bridge, roughly 30 seconds of drive, Walmart is there at the right side together with many other big scaled shopping malls. Over here I saw countless international chain stores like McDonald’s, KFC, Adidas, Nike, Starbucks and many more other well known brand names, hotels are plentiful too.
Jianghan Road is one of the most popular places to shop in Wuhan. There are a wide variety of shops throughout the area. It is also quite scenic, as there are interesting sculptures along the street and European colonial architecture. For this reason, it is sometimes referred to by travellers as Wuhan's bund. It's a great place to walk around, even if you are not actually shopping!
As you approach the main entrance into the Yellow Crane Tower Park, you'll walk along this street known as the Yellow Crane Promenade which is lined with ancient-style shops selling souvenirs, snacks and such like for tourists.
Wuhan's main shopping district can be found in Hankou along Zhongshan Dadao and the pedestrianised street of Jianghan Lu. Here you can find many western style shops plus a Wal-Mart and the ubiquitous McDonalds and KFC.
You can go shopping in HanKou. Hanzheng Street Market is a good place but please be careful about the goods quality there.Learn to cut prices.
You can also go to malls like Wuhan Mall,Zhongnan Mall.You don't have to worry abut the quality.
What to buy: Cakes,cookies and the like of Hubei are delicious.But the so called "specials" of Chinese cities are not special for me.Have seen so many of them.Tea,silk,china,if you are interested in these things you can buy them in every Chinese city.