A spectacular thematic water show integrates post-modern dance, music, acrobatics, as well as special water, & sound & light effects, directed by world-renowned Franco Dragone on the world’s largest water pool theatre with state-of-the-art technology.
With latest movie technology, the Park, designed by Mark Fisher who was the chief designer of the opening & closing ceremonies for Beijing 2008 Olympics, is the World’s first indoor theme park provides multi-dimension movie rides.
The Museum has an excellent collection of 200,000 cultural relics from the province & elsewhere. Of special interest is the performance of chime music & dancing using reproduced chimes & dancers in ancient costumes.
The Lake offers beautiful landscape, boat rides, classic pavilions, cultural and historic relics and modern amenities along the shore. Cherry blossom at spring or plum blossom at winter in Moshan is fascinating.
Located on the east bank of Moon Lake near the western foot of Tortoise Hill, Ancient Lute Terrace (also named Boya Terrace) boasts a quiet and beautiful scenery and represents the cultural heritage of Wuhan.
The most popular trad. food street in Wuhan. Though famous for its breakfasts, shops & stalls are open dawn till late night offering hundreds of local snacks. Favourites include Wuhan dry noodles, steamed fish & fried bean sheets.
Han Street is a cool addition to Wuhan’s thriving shopping landscape with some unique offerings of retail, entertainment, F&B as well as historical & cultural amenities. As the soul of Hubei’s culture, Chu River itself exhibits its natural beauty.