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Private Tour: Essence of Yichang Day Tour
"We will pick you up at your hotel in Yichang around 9:00am and transfer you to your first stop - the Chinese Sturgeon Museum which was set up in 1993 by the Chinese Sturgeon Research Institute aiming to preserve rare species of fish including the 27 species of sturgeon that still exist in the world. Chinese Sturgeon is strictly protected by the Chinese government named a “national treasure” much like its mammalian counterpart the giant panda.After lunch you will visit the Peach Blossom Village situated at Nanjin Pass. Its history could be traced back to 1st century BC. There are a lot of scenic areas and tourists can also enjoy peach and cherry blossoms in the spring celestial fruit in the summer and sweet-scented osmanthus in the autumn. They are all well-known for their particular charm.Our final stop is Sanyou Cave – Three Travelers’ Cave. The origin of this cave may be traced back to the Tang Dynasty. In three Tang Dynasty poets
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Private Tour: Essence of Yichang Day Tour
"We will pick you up at your hotel in Yichang around 9:00am and transfer you to your first stop - the Chinese Sturgeon Museum which was set up in 1993 by the Chinese Sturgeon Research Institute aiming to preserve rare species of fish including the 27 species of sturgeon that still exist in the world. Chinese Sturgeon is strictly protected by the Chinese government named a “national treasure” much like its mammalian counterpart the giant panda.After lunch you will visit the Peach Blossom Village situated at Nanjin Pass. Its history could be traced back to 1st century BC. There are a lot of scenic areas and tourists can also enjoy peach and cherry blossoms in the spring celestial fruit in the summer and sweet-scented osmanthus in the autumn. They are all well-known for their particular charm.Our final stop is Sanyou Cave – Three Travelers’ Cave. The origin of this cave may be traced back to the Tang Dynasty. In three Tang Dynasty poets
From $149.00
 
Private Zhangjiajie Day Trip with Grand Canyon and Yellow Dragon Cave
"You will be picked up from your Zhangjiajie hotel at 8:30am to start your trip to the Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon area of the National Forest Park. Here you will visit the glass bridge of the area the highest and longest glass bridge in the world before taking a slide down to the big canyon. You will enjoy a scenic walk boasting waterfalls and wonderful views on each side. The glass bridge providing a full view of Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon is quite an adrenaline rush especially if you're not a fan of heights. Pushing your limits to the extreme this section of the park also hosts the highest bungee jump spot in the world.After seeing the canyon with an aerial view you will enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before venturing underground to the Yellow Dragon Cave. You will have about 2 hours to see this karst cave
From $114.00

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Vox

Vox is a small bar with a dance floor. They often have various themes for their music, so if you want to go when they will be playing music you like, you can. When I went, I really liked the music....
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SOHO, Baby face

Well you are in Wuhan, english speaking is not going to help ,cause no body speaks,well you head to Cafe Brussels,Ah!every body speaks English,because everyone is an outsider,like the owner David a...
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Jianghan St.,Hankou,Wuhan

Jianghan Road night market provides special things to eat,of course at night.That's one charicteristic of Chinese cities.People love to eat out at night.But be careful about the conditions.Some are...
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Wuhanese love to eat on the...

Wuhanese love to eat on the street at night like in many other Chinese cities. Wuhan's street food includes one of the most disgusting things ever created, Stinky Tofu. It's rotten. It's black. TRY...
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Wuhan people like shopping...

Wuhan people like shopping very munch,after they work off from a day,they go to lots of shopping center(from 6:00pm to 9:00pm),you don't have to buy too much,just relax.So many shopping centers in...
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Yellow Crane Tower

Originally constructed in 223, after being destroyed and rebuilt repeatedly throughtout history by fires and war, the current structure was built quite recently in 1985. It is still quite beautiful...
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Hubei Provincial Museum

The Hubei Provincial Museum is an amazing museum with an impressive collection of artifacts excavated from areas throughout Hubei Province. The most famous are the bronze bells (bianzhong) excavated...
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Memorial Hall of 1911 Wuchang Uprising

Once the Hubei Military Government Building, the central building is now known as the Red Chamber. This is where Sun Yat-Sen issued the edict to bring down the Qinq during the Xinhai Revolution and...
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Changjiang Bridge

The Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge, also called the First Bridge, was built over the Yangtze River (Chang Jiang) in 1957, carrying the railroad directly across the river between Snake Hill and Turtle...
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Guiyuan Temple

Guiyuan Temple is famous as the first Chan (Zen) temple to be built in Hubei. It was constructed in 1658. It is a large complex, featuring many a variety of structures with the most famous being the...
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Wuhan University

Wuhan University is considered to have one of the most beautiful campuses in the entire nation. If you ask students, many will tell you that the beauty of the campus was a factor in choosing to attend...
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