This charming Taoist temple dates back to the Han dynasty, although much building restoration has gone on in the past couple of years....
The Revolution of 1911 Museum
Chinese Communist Party propaganda machine in full tilt, but includes some interesting old photos. Housed in an eye-catching red...
Yellow Crane Tower
Wǔhàn’s magical dancing crane, immortalised in the poetry of Cui Hao, has long flown but the city’s pride and joy remains perched on top...
Chángchūn Temple Vegetarian Restaurant
Housed next door to a Taoist temple, this place prides itself on bizarre mock-meat creations but also serves fish dishes. Photo menu.
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Lonely Planet review
Fabulously located in an old cruciform church built in 1907, with its original wood ceiling intact along with loads of portraits of Jesus, come here for the ambience, take a seat in the apse to break bread and order egg tarts (¥4), tea (¥5), instant coffee (¥5) or loads of cakes (¥2 to ¥5).