Yellow Crane Tower is located on Snake Hill in Wuhan. 168 feet high, it follows an architectural style influenced by the Qing Dynasty. The appearance of the tower is the same whichever direction it is viewed from.
Legend has it that the original tower was built by a family to thank a Taoist priest who had drawn a crane that could dance on request.
From the high floor, visitors can enjoy magnificent views of the Yangtze River and Wuhan city.
Guiyuan Temple is a Buddhist temple in Hanyang. The temple dates back to the late Ming and early Qing dynasties.
The main attractions here are the numerous statues of Buddha’s disciples set in unique and comical poses.
This hideaway villa was once one of Chairman Mao’s favourite places. He has stayed here more than 20 times between 1960 and 1974. The villa's grounds are an excellent spot for bird-watching.
Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge, commonly known as the First Bridge, is the first double-deck bridge built over the Yangtze River in 1957.