Hubei province is situated in the middle reaches of the Yangtze River and to the north of Dongting Lake. The long history and the brilliant Chu culture endow this province with numerous cultural relics. Ancient towers, grottoes, city remains, imperial mausoleums, temples and nobilities' native places can be found throughout the province. Detailed information about Hubei Travel Guide
Wuhan, the capital city of Hubei Province, is the biggest hub city in Central China. Divided by the Yangtze, Wuhan has come to be known as the Three Towns of Wuhan with Hankou and Hanyang on the west bank, and Wuchang on the east.
Yichang, originally called Yiling, is the second largest city in Hubei Province located at the conflux of upper and lower reaches of Yangtze River, southwest of the province.
Jingzhou, also known as Jiangling in ancient times, is an ancient cultural city with more than 2000 years history. It was once as the capital of Chu State for 400 years during the Spring and Autumn and Warring States periods.
Wudang Mountain is well-known for its charming natural scenery, grand ancient building complex, traditional Taoist culture and shadowboxing. From the Tang Dynasty to the Qing Dynasty, about 500 temples and 20,000 joss houses were built. The architectural complex is on a large scale and in a good arrangement.