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As I said, the bridge is huge, so if you have been walking all the day, I suggest you come next day. I was exhausted, rowds of people, the weather was dreadfully hot.. I didn't make it to the water, but it took as long...More
I took this bridge in Wuchang. There are two ways to get on it: via stairs or via elevator.
I definitely recommend to take the elevator, paying the fee for the ticket (2 rmb) and visit the floor/museum that is recalling the story of the...More
To stand on top of the Yangtze River Bridge was for me a once in a life Time experience. Its just amazing to see the slow and steady rolling waters with the busy ships and the skyline of Wuhan along the banks of the river.
I went down here several times when i was in Wuhan and enjoyed the river walks very much. In the evenings the people go down and dance to many different musics. so wonderful in evenings walking down here and the bridge was amazing and all...More
If you are visiting the Yellow Crane Tower, you can just stroll towards the bridge. The bridge is quite imposing with its oriental architecture. Almost majestic. Like a queen. It is just exactly in front of Yellow Crane, and looking at the Yangtze River from...More
No admission fees to walk on the bridge. Bus can get you there, easily. While at the edge of the bridge, you would probably want to visit the Golden Crane Temple. Just three blocks from the end of the bridge. Very worth... More
No admission fees to walk on the bridge. Bus can get you there, easily. While at the edge of the bridge, you would probably want to visit the Golden Crane Temple. Just three blocks from the end of the bridge. Very worth while. Verl Anderson