1) Optics Valley Pedestrian Street & World City Square

Optics Valley Pedestrian Street and World City Square cover business, entertainment, leisure, sports, catering and so on. Wander through the pedestrian street to immerse yourself in the architectural art and cultural customs from around the world, experiencing the vibrancy and fashion of the Optics Valley.



Optics Valley Pedestrian Street: No. 760, Luoyu Road, Hongshan District, Wuhan, Hubei, China (near Metro Line 2 Luoxiong Road Exit A)

World City Square: No. 766, Luoyu Road, Hongshan District, Wuhan, Hubei, China

2) Fanyuecheng Business Street

Address: Intersection of Guanshan Blvd and Luoyu Road, Hongshan District, Wuhan, Hubei, China

3) K11

K11 is a unique shopping mall that art meets retail, with art works often displayed in it.

Address: No. 355, Guanshan Blvd, Hongshan District, Wuhan, Hubei, China


Wuhan's culinary scene is a delightful exploration of history and flavor. The city boasts an array of distinctive snacks that have been cherished for centuries. Sample the local favorites like Bean curd Skin Rolls (dou pi), Fried Rice Doughnut (mian wo), Steamed Dumpling (shao mai), and Hot Dry Noodles (re gan mian).

Venturing beyond these snacks, Hubei cuisine ranks as one of China’s ten major styles of cooking with many representative dishes. With over 2000 years of culinary evolution from its Chu cuisine roots, offers an array of unique dishes. Signature offerings include Steamed Wuchang Fish, Hongshan Vegetable Bolts with Bacon, Tangxun Lake Fish Dumplings, Xiaotaoyuan Chicken Soups, Mianyang Three Steamed Dishes, Huangzhou Dongpo Pork, and so on.

Bean   curd Skin Roll

Fried   Rice Doughnut

Steamed   Dumpling

Hot   Dry Noodles

Steamed   Wuchang Fish

Hongshan   Vegetable Bolts with Bacon

Tangxun   Lake Fish Dumplings

Xiaotaoyuan   Chicken Soup

Mianyang   Three Steamed Dishes

Huangzhou   Dongpo Pork

Tourist Attractions

Wuhan, a city rich in history and culture, is replete with scenic spots that blend natural beauty with cultural heritage. Notable attractions are widely distributed in three towns of Wuhan. Hubei Museum has vast 200,000 pieces of collections, including the over 2,400-year-old Zenghouyi Chime Bells and still preserves a pure sound. The East Lake ecological tourism scenic area, sprawling across 88 square kilometers, encapsulates the essence of Chu culture. Yellow Crane Tower stands as a celebrated historical monument, one of China's four great towers, known for its “Superb scenery in China”. Wuhan's rich tapestry of attractions extends to the Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge, Guiyuan Temple, Wuhan University, and Chu River Han Street.

1) Wuhan East Lake Eco-tourism Scenic Spot

Nestled on the right bank of the Yangtze River in Wuhan, Hubei Province, the East Lake is a vibrant ecological sanctuary and a cherished national scenic spot. Spanning 87 square kilometers, including a 32.8 square kilometer lake, this area is segmented into six unique zones.

East Lake, a renowned tourist destination since ancient times, stands as the largest center for Chu culture. Historically, it has been graced by the presence of eminent figures like Qu Yuan and Li Bai, who have left their mark on this scenic area. There are many intriguing sites, such as the memory of Qu Yuan's Yin Pavilion, Qu Yuan statue, Chu City, Chu City, Chu Tiantai and Li SAO tablet, memory of the Taiping martyrs of the nine female pier, Lu Su horse tomb relics, Li Bai put the eagle relics of the eagle platform and so on.


2) Ma'anshan Forest Park

Ma'Anshan Forest Park, located in the southeast of Wuhan East Lake Scenic Area, is a natural haven renowned for its picturesque landscapes. The park epitomizes the two major ecological characteristics of forest and wetland, reflecting the "nature, ecology, fresh and wild interest". Visitors can explore the serene Lakeside Wetland reserve and encounter over 100 monkeys at the park's Monkey Mountain. The park also offers a variety of recreational activities, including barbecuing, forest ziplining, bumper cars, crescent car, forest racing, laser tag and other recreational projects. Attracting around 600,000 visitors annually, Ma'anshan Forest Park is affectionately referred to as Wuhan's "back garden of Wuhan" and the "natural oxygen bar".


3) Other Attractions

If time permitted, you can also visit these slightly distant attractions:

Yellow   Crane Tower

Wuhan   Yangtze River Bridge

Guiyuan   Temple

Wuhan   University

Chu   River Han Street

Hubei   Museum