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Hankou (汉口) is in the western part of the city of Wuhan. This article includes all three administrative districts that were once part of the historic city of Hankou, namely the districts of Jiang'an (江岸区), Jianghan (江汉区) and Qiaokou (硚口区). For convenience sake, we also include the district of Dongxihu (东西湖区).

Get in[edit]

By bus[edit]

  • 1 Gutian Bus Station (古田客运站), 8 Gutian First Road, Qiaokou District, Hankou (汉口硚口区古田一路8号) (close to Gutian First Road Metro Station on Line 1), +86 27 63604599.
  • 2 Xinrong Bus Station (新荣村客运站, 新荣村客运站 Xinrong Village Bus Station), 1 Hanhuang Road, Jiang'an District, Hankou (汉口江岸区汉黄路1号) (just outside Exits C and D of the Xinrong Bus Station Metro Station on Line 21; you could also walk here from Xinrong Metro Station on Line 1), +86 27 82321055.

By train[edit]

  • 3 Hankou Railway Station (汉口站), 185 Fazhan Avenue, Jianghan District (江汉区发展大道185号) (Metro Line 2).

By metro[edit]

Hankou is crisscrossed by multiple metro lines, including Lines 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8 and 21

By boat[edit]

By cruise ship[edit]

Wuhan's main cruise ship terminal is in Hankou.

  • 4 Wuhan Passenger Port (武汉客运港), 145 Yanjiang Avenue, Jiang'an District, Hankou (汉口江岸区沿江大道145号) (about 1 km east of Jianghan Road Metro Station on Lines 2 and 6; the port terminal is inside the same building as the Wuhan Museum of Science and Technology; you will find it on the northern side of the building), +86 27 82965006 (Jianghan Chaozong Tourist Transportation Center), +86 27 82839544 (port authority), . The port is also a departure point for short-distance evening pleasure cruises (which are much more frequent than cruises to Shanghai or Chongqing). The boats usually dock at Pier No. 23. The ticket office is inside the Jianghan Chaozong Tourist Transportation Center (武汉江汉朝宗旅游集散中心). There are also several travel agencies inside the center that can help you with bookings.

By ferry[edit]

Hankou can be reached from Wuchang by ferry. The main ferry route is between the Wuhan Customs House Wharf in Hankou and Zhonghua Road Wharf in Wuchang. The ferries on this route operate between 06:30 and 24:00 daily. The standard fare is ¥1.5. The fare is increased to ¥10 after 20:10. An express ferry service operates on the same route between 08:45 and 17:25. The fare for the express ferry is ¥5.

  • 5 Wuhan Customs House Wharf (武汉关码头), 14 Yanjiang Avenue Riverside, Jianghan District, Hankou (汉口江汉区沿江大道江滩14号) (about 900 m southeast of Jianghan Road Metro Station on Lines 2 and 6; near the Hankou Customs House Museum).


During the 19th and early 20th centuries, Hankou was home to concessions for five different countries; the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Russia and Japan. The British concession was the largest of the five and is the best preserved today, though there are still some surviving buildings in the remaining four concessions reflecting the architectural styles of the those respective countries.

Jiang'an District[edit]

  • 1 Alexander Nevsky Russian Orthodox Church (汉口东正教堂 Hankou Orthodox Church), 48 Poyang Road, Jiang'an District (江岸区鄱阳街48号) (near the Tianjin Road intersection; about 1 km northeast of Jianghan Road Metro Station on Lines 2 and 6). As of 2019, the building can only be viewed from the outside. Founded in 1876 to serve the local Russian community. In 1891, Russian prince Nicholas II (who would later become the last tsar of Russia) visited Wuhan and provided funding for the rebuilding of the church, which was completed in 1893. It is the oldest surviving Russian Orthodox church in China. Free.
  • 2 August 7th Meeting Site (八七会议会址, 八七会议会址纪念馆 August 7th Meeting Site Memorial Museum), 139 Poyang Street, Jiang'an District (江岸区鄱阳街139号) (1.1 km southeast of Dazhi Road Station on Metro Lines 1 and 6; there is a bus stop just outside the building - named Poyang Street & Lanling Road (鄱阳街兰陵路) - which is served by bus no. 313; you can catch bus no. 313 from the Wuhan Museum of Science and Technology), +86 27 82835088, . Tu-Su 09:00-17:00, no entry after 16:30, closed on Mondays. The August 7th Meeting was an emergency meeting of the CCP Central Committee, which was secretly convened at this site in 1927, just a few days after the Communist uprising in Nanchang sparked the beginning of the Chinese Civil War. The meeting was a major turning point in the history of the Party. At this meeting, the Party decided to abandon the conservative urban-based approach to revolution being promoted by the Soviet Union and instead adopt the more radical ideas of Mao Zedong. The site of the August 7th meeting is now a museum. Free.
  • 3 Chenshia Museum (钻石艺术博物馆, Diamond Art Museum), 1 Lugou Bridge Road, Jiang'an District (江岸区芦沟桥路1号) (650 m in a straight line from Huangpu Road Station on Metro Lines 1 and 8), +86 27 82711616. Tu-Su 09:00-12:00, 14:00-17:00, no entry after 16:00, closed on Mondays. A private art museum established by Mr. Chen Dabing. The museum displays artworks from both Chinese and overseas artists. Free.
  • 4 February 7th Memorial Museum (武汉二七纪念馆), 2499 Jiefang Avenue, Jiang'an District (江岸区解放大道2499号) (450 m northeast of Xuzhouxincun Station on Metro Line 1), +86 27 82934390. Daily 08:30-11:30, 14:00-17:00. Dedicated to the strike by workers on the Beijing-Hankou Railway between February 4th and February 7th, 1923, one of the biggest strikes in China during the early 20th century. The strike broke out in response to the warlord Wu Peifu's ban on the workers' trade union federation, which had held its inaugral meeting in Zhengzhou on February 1st. Wu Peifu responded to the strike on February 7th by ordering his troops to fire on the workers. Around 40 workers were killed and about 200 were injured. Casualties were recorded not only in Wuhan, but also in Zhengzhou, which has its own memorial to the incident. Free.
  • 5 Former Residence of Song Qingling in Hankou (宋庆龄汉口旧居纪念馆), 162 Yanjiang Avenue, Jiang'an District (江岸区沿江大道162号) (1.5 km southeast of Dazhi Road Metro Station on Lines 1 and 6; near the southern end of the Hankou Riverfront Park), +86 27 82296617, +86 27 82296638. Tu-F 09:00-16:00, Sa Su 09:00-16:30, closed M. A classic 19th-century Russian style residence dating from 1896. Song Qingling, the wife of Sun Yat-Sen, lived here from 1926 to 1927 while working for the Kuomintang government. The residence has been restored to appear as it was when Song Qingling was here, and there are some old photographs on display. Free.
  • 6 Former Residence of Zhang Tianyou (詹天佑故居), 65 Dongting Street, Jiang'an District (江岸区洞庭街65号) (about 1 km northeast of Jianghan Road Station on Metro Lines 2 and 6, and about 1 km southeast of Dazhi Road Station on Metro Lines 1 and 6; the closest bus stop is Poyang Street & Sanling Road (鄱阳街兰陵路), which is served by bus no. 313; the second closest bus stop is Shengli Street & Lanling Road (胜利街兰陵路), which is served by bus nos. 38, 313, 402, 520, 526, 548, 608, 707 and 801), +86 27 82844493. Tu-Su 09:00-17:00, no entry after 16:30, closed on Mondays. Zhang Tianyou (Jeme Tien-Yow) (1861-1919) was an outstanding engineer from Guangdong Province who is credited with being the 'father of China's railways'. He lived here from 1912 until his death in 1919. The mansion is open to the public and hosts an exhibition about Zhang's life. Free.
  • 7 Former Site of Eighth Route Army Wuhan Office (八路军武汉办事处旧址纪念馆, Memorial Museum of Wuhan Office of Chinese Eighth Route Army), 57 Changchun Street, Jiang'an District (江岸区汉口长春街57号) (about 420 m southeast of Huangpu Road Metro Station on Lines 1 and 8), +86 27 82735576. 09:00-17:00, no entry after 16:30, closed on Wednesdays. The Eighth Route Army was a Communist-controlled army unit nominally subordinate to the Kuomintang-led Chinese national army during the Second World War. The army's former office in Wuhan is now a museum with exhibits relating to the war. Free.
  • 8 Former Site of Federation of Beijing-Hankou Railway Workers' Unions (京汉铁路总工会旧址), 2185 Jiefang Avenue, Jiang'an District (江岸区解放大道2185号) (just outside Erqi Road Station on Metro Line 1), +86 27 82901914. Saily 09:00-17:00. Senior members of the Federation of Beijing-Hankou Railway Workers' Unions secretly convened at this office on February 4th, 1923 after the warlord Wu Peifu had forcibly closed down their office in Zhengzhou. It was here that they organised the famous strike that was violently suppressed by Wu Peifu's army on February 7th. Visitors interested in these events should also visit the February 7th Memorial Museum (listed above). Free.
  • 9 Former Site of New Fourth Army Hankou Headquarters (汉口新四军军部旧址纪念馆), 332 Shengli Street, Jiang'an District (江岸区胜利街332号) (about 460 m southeast of Huangpu Road Metro Station on Lines 1 and 8), +86 27 82737255. 09:00-17:00, closed on Wednesdays. The New Fourth Army was the second of the two major Communist-controlled army units that fought during the Second World War. The New Fourth Army's former headquarters is just around the corner from the former site of the Eighth Route Army Wuhan Office, so the two sites are probably best visited together. Free.
  • 10 Gude Temple (古德寺), 74 Shanghuapo Road, Huangpu Street, Jiang'an District (江岸区黄浦大街上滑坡路74号) (about 950 m south of Luojiazhuang Metro Station Line 3 and 1.2 km north of Huangpu Road Metro Station on Lines 1 and 8; access to the temple is via Gongnongbing Road (工农兵路); there is a bus stop just outside the temple, which is served by bus nos. 30 and 346, as well as trolleybus no. 3), +86 27 82907553. Daily 07:00-17:30. Established in 1874 and expanded in the early 20th century, the Gude Temple may not be as old as some of Wuhan's other temples, but it's well worth a visit due to the highly unusual building design, which successfully blends the architectural styles of Europe, the Middle East and Asia. From the outside, it looks a bit like a Christian church, but this is a Buddhist temple. The design was partially inspired by the Ananda Temple in Bagan, but is quite different from that temple. Entry is free, but visitors are expected to spend a minimum of ¥8 on incense sticks before entering.
Armed with the ideas of Mao Zedong, the people of Wuhan are fighting the flood of 1954
  • 11 Hankou Riverfront (汉口江滩), Yanjiang Avenue, Jiang'an District (江岸区沿江大道) (a number of metro stations can be found about 1 km west of the waterfront; the closest one to the flood memorial is Sanyang Road Station on Lines 1 and 7), +86 27 82774567. Note the tall monument which, from far away, appears to be a monument to Mao Zedong, but which actually commemorates Wuhan's complicated relationship with its great river. Erected in 1969, tt's inscribed with Mao's poem "Swimming" (which not only celebrates the Yangtze in Wuhan, but also foresees the creation of the mighty hydro dams farther upstream), and decorated with reliefs depicting the citizens fighting the flood of 1954. Free.
  • 12 Hubei Electrical Power Museum (湖北省电力博物馆), 22 Hezuo Road, Jiang'an District (江岸区合作路22号) (next door to Zhang Tianyou's former residence), +86 27 86607199. M-F 08:30-16:00, closed on weekends. The museum is housed inside a former British-owned power station that dates from 1905. At the time, it was one of the largest power-generating facilities in China. Free.
  • 13 St. Joseph's Cathedral (上海路天主堂 Shanghai Road Catholic Church), 16 Shanghai Road, Jiang'an District (江岸区上海路16号) (about 600 m east of Jianghan Road Metro Station on Lines 2 and 6), +86 27 82835723. Open daily. Wuhan's oldest and largest Catholic church. It was designed by an Italian missionary by the name of Angelus Vaudagna and completed in 1876. Free.
  • 14 Wuhan Art Museum (武汉美术馆), 2 Baohua Street, Jiang'an District (江岸区保华街2号) (about 500 m north of Jianghan Road Metro Station on Lines 2 and 6), +86 27 82602713, . Tu-Su 09:00-17:00, no entry after 16:00, closed on Mondays. The museum is housed inside the former Jincheng Bank, a neoclassical building that dates from the 1930s. The building was used as a military headquarters by the Japanese during their occupation of the city in World War II. Free.
  • 15 [formerly dead link] Wuhan Museum of Science and Technology (武汉科学技术官), 91 Yanjiang Avenue, Jiang'an District (江岸区沿江大道91号) (about 1 km east of Jianghan Road Metro Station (Lines 2 and 6); bus routes 7, 9, 30, 119, 212, 248, 313, 408, 502, 503, 523, 527, 559, 601, 606, 721, 737 and 793), +86 27 50755500, . W-Su 09:00-16:30, no tickets issued after 15:30, closed M Tu. Entry is limited to 3000 visitors per day. Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Free.
  • 16 Wuhan Police Museum (武汉警察博物馆), 271 Shengli Street, Jiang'an District (江岸区胜利街271号) (780 metres southeast of Sanyang Road Metro Station on Lines 1 and 7). n-F 09:00-12:00, 14:00-16:30, closed on weekends. Has around 830 artefacts pertaining to the history of the Wuhan police force. A decommissioned police helicopter is one of the highlights. The museum is housed inside an old European style building, which served as the main administrative building for Hankou's German Concession from 1909 to 1917. Visitors are required to make an appointment on WeChat before visiting, which might be difficult if you can't read Chinese. Follow '武汉警察博物馆' (Wuhan Police Museum), then select '参观服务‘ (visitor services) followed by '网上预约' (online bookings). Then click on '我已阅读并同意该须知' ('I have read and accepted the above conditions'). You will then be asked to select the time of your visit (参观时间) and enter your name (姓名), ID type (证件类别) and ID number (证件号码). Assuming you are not a Chinese national, the ID type should be 'foreign passport' (外宾护照). The final step is to press the black tab at the bottom of the screen, which says '确定预约' (confirm booking). Free.
  • 17 Wuhan Planning Exhibition Hall (武汉规划展示馆), Wuhan Citizens Home, 117 Jinqiao Avenue, Jiang'an District (江岸区金桥大道117号武汉市民之家) (right outside the Wuhan Citizens Home Metro Station on Line 3), +86 27 85661111. M-Sa 09:00-17:00, no entry after 16:30, closed on Sundays. Maintains exhibitions on urban development and planning in Wuhan. Free.
  • 18 [dead link] Wuhan Water Conservation Science and Technology Museum (武汉节水科技馆), 19 Yanjiang Avenue, Jiang'an District (江岸区沿江大道19号) (about 1 km southeast of Huangpu Road Metro Station on Lines 1 and 8), +86 27 82961923, . Tu-Su 09:00-16:00, closed on Mondays. The only museum in China focused specifically on the theme of water conservation. Free.

Jianghan District[edit]

  • 19 Dalin Museum for Sexology (武汉达临性学博物馆), Level 2, Tian'e Hotel, 285 Qingnian Road, Jianghan District (江汉区青年路285号小天鹅酒店2楼) (730 m north of Wangjiadun East Station on Metro Lines 2 and 3; 730 m south of Fanhu Station on Metro Line 2), +86 27 83605116. Daily 09:00-16:30. One of the very few sex museums in China. Founded by Liu Dalin, a sexology professor from Shanghai University. Displays a wide variety of erotic artefacts from China's past. ¥50.
  • 20 Former Site of Wuhan Nationalist Government (武汉国民政府旧址), 708 Zhongshan Avenue, Jianghan District (江汉区中山大道708号) (a short distance east of Liudu Station on Metro Line 6), +86 27 85663790. Tu-Su 09:00-17:00, no entry after 16:30, closed on Mondays. It was built in 1917 for the Nanyang Brothers Tobacco Company. From January to September 1927, the building served as the seat of power for the Wuhan Nationalist Government, a government led by a left-wing faction of the Nationalist Party (Kuomintang), which briefly operated independently of Chiang Kai-Shek's government. A museum on the 3rd floor of the building explains the history. Free. Nanjing–Wuhan split (Q10955575) on Wikidata Wuhan_nationalist_government on Wikipedia
  • 21 Hankou Customs House Museum (江汉关博物馆), 129 Yanjiang Avenue, Jianghan District (江汉区沿江大道129号) (740 m southeast of Jianghan Road Station on Metro Lines 2 and 6), +86 27 82880866. Tu-Su 09:00-17:00, no entry after 16:00, closed on Mondays. Built in 1924, the former customs house is one of Hankou's main landmarks. The bell of the European style building is still in use and chimes every hour from 08:00 to 12:00 and from 14:00 to 21:00. Free.
  • 22 Wooden lion sculpture (东方醒狮), CFD Times Fortune Center, 468 Xinhua Road, Jianghan District (江汉区新华路468号CFD时代财富中心) (about 500 m west of Lingjiao Lake Metro Station on Line 3). A large carving of a lion. The world's largest redwood sculpture, at 14.5 m long and 5 m high, carved from a single tree trunk. Officially named the Oriental Lion. Free.
  • 23 Wuhan Museum (武汉博物馆), 373 Qingnian Road, Jianghan District (江汉区青年路373号) (Metro Line 2; Hankou Railway Station), +86 27 85601377, +86 27 65650603. Sa-Th 09:00-17:00, no entry after 16:00, closed on Fridays. A major museum on the edge of Houxiang River Park (后襄河公园). Free. Wuhan Museum (Q8039084) on Wikidata Wuhan Museum on Wikipedia
  • 24 Zhongshan Park (中山公园), 1265 Jiefang Avenue, Jianghan District (江汉区解放大道1265号) (Exits C, D and E, Zhongshan Park Metro Station, Line 2), +86 27 85780746. Park opening hours: 06:30-23:30, Amusement park opening hours: May-Oct 09:00-18:00, Nov-Apr 09:30-17:30. One of China's oldest modern parks. It was originally established in 1910 as a private garden and brought into public ownership in 1927. Shortly afterwards, it was renamed Zhongshan Park in memory of Sun Yat-Sen, founder of China's first republic. The park features a number of old pavilions, bridges and other structures from the early 20th century. In the middle of the park is a statue of Sun Yat-Sen and his wife Song Qingling. On the left side of the statue is a building where Japanese forces stationed in Hubei formally surrended to the Chinese government in 1945. That building is now a museum dedicated to the event. There is a small amusement park on the northern side of the park. Entry to the park is free. The amusement park charges ¥10 to ¥20 for each ride.

Qiaokou District[edit]

  • 25 Wuhan Expo Garden (武汉园博园), Jinnan 2nd Road, Qiaokou District (硚口区金南二路8号) (just west of the racetrack, a few kilometers NW of the Hankou Railway Station; take a metro train to the Expo Garden Station on Line 7), +86 27 87159999 (general hotline), +86 27 65027332 (complaints centre), . Daily 08:30-17:30 (hours are typically extended for special events such as the lantern festival), no entry after 17:00. This is a large (a mile across) exhibition grounds on Wuhan's northwestern outskirts. Constructed from scratch on the site of a former landfill, it opened in the fall of 2015 for the 10th China (Wuhan) International Garden Expo (2015年第十届中国(武汉)国际园林博览会). There are two large exhibition buildings on site; at the time (Nov 2015) one has a garden expo running, the other has exhibits from the collections of various museums (jade carvings, coins, furniture, porcelain, etc.) The rest of the grounds are landscaped, divided into a hundred or so themed sections: a dozen or so dedicated to various foreign countries, the rest, to various cities of China. Overall, although the landscaping is nice, one can visit plenty of similarly nice landscaped sites for free (or for a nominal admission fee) elsewhere in Wuhan, in city parks or on university campuses. The most crowded place at the site seems to be the huge, but rather overpriced cafeteria (which is also divided into themed sections, dedicated to various regions' cuisine). Many visitors choose to bring their own snacks - there are plenty of benches around the site for picnicking! The expo ended in May 2016, but the garden remains open to visitors. ¥60 (standard adult ticket), ¥30 (children aged from 6 to 18 and adults aged between 60 and 65). Children under 6 years of age and adults over 65 can get in for free.
    • 26 Wuhan Natural History Museum and Behring River & Life Museum (武汉自然博物馆•贝林大河生命馆), Wuhan Expo Garden, Jinnan 2nd Road, Qiaokou District (硚口区金南二路8号武汉园博园内) (in the middle of Wuhan Expo Garden), +86 27 83696278, . Tu-Sun09:00-17:00, no entry after 16:30, closed on Mondays. General admission to the museum is included with the ticket for the Wuhan Expo Garden.
    • 27 Yangtze River Civilization Museum (长江文明馆, Changjiang Civilization Museum), Wuhan Expo Garden, Jinnan 2nd Road, Qiaokou District (硚口区金南二路8号武汉园博园内) (in the middle of Wuhan Expo Garden), +86 27 83696278, . Tu-Su 09:00-17:00, no entry after 16:30, closed on Mondays. General admission to the museum is included with the ticket for the Wuhan Expo Garden. Guided tours of the museum are available in English for ¥200 (or in Chinese for ¥100). The tour takes around 60 minutes..

Dongxihu District[edit]

  • 28 Wuhan Haichang Polar Ocean Park (武汉海昌极地海洋公园, 武汉极地海洋世界 Wuhan Polar Ocean World), 96 Jinyintan Avenue, Dongxihu District (东西湖区金银潭大道96号) (near Exit F2 of Hongtu Avenue Metro Station on Lines 2, 3 and 8), +86 27 83967777, +86 27 85699999. Daily 09:00-17:00 (slack season), 09:00-18:00 (peak season). Part of a nationwide chain of oceanariums. Home to sharks, dolphins, sealions, manatees, walruses, tortoises, polar bears, penguins and other popular marine and polar animals. ¥230 (adults), ¥135 (children and elderly visitors).


Performing arts venues[edit]

  • 1 [dead link] Jiqing Street (吉庆街, 吉庆民俗街 Jiqing Folk Street), Jiang'an District, Hankou (汉口江岸区) (walk there from Jianghan Road Station on Metro Lines 2 & 6 or Xunlimen Station on Metro Lines 1 & 2). An ordinary-seeming street by day, becomes transformed by night into a bewildering maze of streetside restaurants and buskers performing music, dance, opera and stand-up comedy. It is a strongly-recommended experience. Food is plentiful and cheap, and it features a lot of unique local cuisine. The performances can be enjoyed by proxy as performers work other tables or they can be purchased. One can expect to pay about ¥10 per song performed. Other performances are more based on contributions—the more you contribute, the longer the performers will do their routines and the more daring/interesting/funny the routines will be.
  • 2 Wuhan Song and Dance Theatre (武汉歌舞剧院, Wuhan Singing and Dancing Institute), 1801 Jiefang Avenue, Jiang'an District (江岸区解放大道1801号) (730 m north of Sanyang Road Metro Station on Lines 1 and 7. 800 metres southwest of Huangpu Road Metro Station on Lines 1 and 8), +86 027-82431496 (general enquiries), +86 27 82428214, +86 27 82431496 (ticket sales).
  • 3 Wuhan Theatre (武汉剧院), 1012 Jiefang Avenue, Jiang'an District (江岸区解放大道1012号) (about 450 m northeast of Xunlimen Station on Metro Lines 1 and 2), +86 27 82802188, +86 27 82803288.

Conference and exhibition centers[edit]

  • 4 Wuhan International Conference & Exhibition Center (武汉国际会展中心), 696 Jiefang Avenue, Jianghan District (江汉区解放大道696号 (halfway between Liji North Road Station and Youyi Road Station on Metro Line 1, close to Zhongshan Park Station on Metro Line 2), +86 27 85816189.



Jianghan Road by night.
  • 1 Jianghan Road Pedestrian Mall (江汉路步行街, 江汉路步行商业街), jianghan District, Hankou (汉口江汉区) (Jianghan Road Metro Station on Lines 2 and 6 or Xunlimen Metro Station on Lines 1 and 2), +86 27 82753768. Of potential interest to a visitor, a pedestrian mall almost as long as Shanghai's famed East Nanjing Road. During the day it is an interesting look at rampant consumerism in China's rapidly-growing middle class. At night, starting at 19:00, it is the same but is expanded on each side a few blocks deep by a night market with literally thousands of little stalls hawking every variety of goods imaginable: makeup, souvenirs, clothing, housewares, food, music, movies, etc.


  • 1 Indian Marka LIVAT Centre Wuhan (印度玛咖 武汉荟聚中心店), 4-13-08-SU, LIVAT Centre Wuhan, No. 1 Expo Garden Avenue, Qiaokou District (硚口区园博大道1号武汉荟聚购物中心F4,4-13-08-SU) (Zhuyehai Metro Station, Line 1), +86 27 83387787. Traditional Indian cuisine with a vegan option. Indian Marka is a popular chain of restaurants in Wuhan, with at least three franchises in the City.


  • 1 Brussels Beer Garden, 8/8 Xibeihu Road, Jianghan District (江汉区西北湖路8附8号) (about 650 m northeast of Wangjiadun East Metro Station on Lines 2 and 7), +86 27 85566465. M-F 18:00-02:00, Sa Su 15:00-02:00. A good range of Belgian and German beers on draft and bottled.
  • Jianghan Riverside Club District, Set among the main entrance to the Hankou Riverfront (汉口江滩) and next to Hankou's ferry port (汉口江滩轮船) (1.5 to 2 km northeast of Jianghan Road Metro Station on Lines 2 and 6). Multiple Chinese style clubs with limited dancefloors but plenty of lounges and tables for lively and expensive drinking. As of 2019, Muse Club and Soho Bar are highlights. Venues generally close between 02:00-04:00, later on holidays such as Western New Years Eve. Wuchang residents can stay to 06:00 and catch the ferry across the river for breakfast at Hubu Lane.
    • 2 Muse Club (苏格缪斯酒吧), Ground Level, Hankou Riverfront Park Entrance, Jiang'an District (江岸区汉口江滩公园门口主1层), +86 27 82790888. Daily 20:00-04:00.
    • 3 Soho Bar (苏荷酒吧), 158 Yanjiang Avenue, Jiang'an District (江岸区沿江大道158号), +86 27 52233669, +86 27 52233668. Daily 20:00-02:00.



  • 1 New World Wuhan Hotel (武汉新世界酒店), 630 Jiefang Avenue, Qiaokou District (硚口区解放大道630号) (about 800 m northwest of Liji North Road Metro Station on Line 1 and about 800 m south of Zhongshan Park Metro Station on Line 2), +86 27 83808888, . Check-in: 14:00, check-out: 12:00. Room rates start from around ¥600 per night.
  • 2 Novotel Wuhan Xinhua (武汉新华诺富特大饭店), 558 Jianshe Avenue, Jianghan District (江汉区建设大道558号) (about 370 m southwest of Exit A2 of Qushuilou Metro Station on Line 7), +86 27 85551188. Check-in: 14:00, check-out: 12:00. 5 star hotel.
  • 3 Shangri-La Hotel (武汉香格里拉大饭店), 700 Jianshe Avenue, Jiang'an District (江岸区建设大道700号) (close to Exit A of Hong Kong Road Metro Station on Lines 3, 6 and 7), +86 27 85806868. Check-in: 14:00, check-out: 12:00. An upscale hotel offering massages, a fitness room, and a swimming pool. Internet is available in all rooms for no extra fee. From around ¥700.
  • 4 Somerset Wusheng Wuhan (武汉盛捷武胜服务公寓), No. 238, Zhongshan Ave, Qiaokou District (硚口区中山大道238号) (just outside Exit A of Wusheng Road Metro Station on Line 6), +86 27 63601688, . Check-in: 14:00, check-out: 12:00. Has studio to four-bedroom apartments with its own private balcony, the property offers courier services, basement car parks, children's playground and Jacuzzi. Prices start from ¥550 per night.
  • 5 Wuhan Jin Jiang International Hotel (武汉锦江国际大酒店), 707 Jianshe Avenue, Jianghan District (江汉区建设大道707号) (on the northwest side of Qushuilou Metro Station on Line 7), +86 27 85786888 (front desk), +86 20 86009099 (reservations). Check-in: 14:00, check-out: 12:00. A 5-star business hotel with over 400 guestrooms replete with the essentials for the traveling businessman. Also has fully-equipped ballrooms made for business conferences and other special events that can accommodate up to 400 guests. The hotel has restaurants offering Chinese and Western cuisine, and a cigar bar. Daily rates start from around ¥600.


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