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This place is not amazing for it architecture but for it historical background. Do not expect amazing. Meanwhile it would be kind of disrespectfull to do not visit this place if you plan to stay in wuhan due to the tower background
Yellow crane tower is an icon of Wuhan; a must visit destination in Wuhan. We got there by taking 401 bus from Guiyuan Temple. The place was buzzing with lots of people. The entry ticket costs RMB 70 which is quite reasonable in my opinion....More
It wasn’t raining when we went, but later it was raining cats and dogs! We did not bring our umbrella nor rain jacks. The place is definitely worth visiting! You need to learn some Chinese poetry and history to appreciate it!
We were in China in winter - pretty bloody cold! But the Yellow Crane Tower was amazing even though it was raining. I would highly recommend it anyway. You can get some beautiful atmospheric shots inside and from the Tower, and there is amazing detail...More
Tower is on top of a mountain or so the locals say and has a hell of lot of steps to get to the top.Once on top have good views of Wuchang and Wuhan.While we were there there was a French music festival/performance going on.Inside...More
Like most of these towers, this is a modern recreation. Nevertheless, the grounds are pretty and the views are very good if the pollution isn't too bad. I think this is worth a visit if one keeps in mind this is not an ancient site.
The yellow crane tower is located in a nice park with a few other interesing buildings which are worth a visit. I was there on Saturday afternoon, and the park has been quite crowded with locals. Entire large families spent there time there. From the...More