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Chinese Rare Stone Museum in Wuhan has over three thousand pieces of rare stones of some ten sorts.

Wuhan Chinese Rare Stone Museum is located in Cuiwei Road of Hanyang District, adjacent to Guiyuan Buddhist Temple and Heptachord Terrace. In this garden complex of Ming and Qing architectural style, there are total eight exhibition halls housing more than three thousand rare stones, some of which are national treasures. Attraction Intro: National Stone Museum
  • Chinese Rare Stone Museum in Wuhan has over three thousand pieces of rare stones of some ten sorts.
  • Animal fossil in China Stone Museum in Wuhan
  • A dark color stone with white flowers carved on it, Chine Stone Museum, Wuhan.
  • Long-tail bend-neck tortoise shape stone in Chine Stone Museum, Wuhan
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Asked by Ms.Cecil | Mar. 29, 2011 02:20Reply
Hi,

I am going to arrive to Wuhan airport at 21:00 and my train is going to leave from Wuchang train station at 23:00. Is there any bus transportatian to take me to Wuchang in time to catch my train?

Thank you in advance,
Cecil
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Answered by Mr.Frank | Mar. 29, 2011 04:42
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There is no direct bus could drive you to the railway station from Wuhan Airport. So, you'd better tale a taxi to reach there since your time is also urgently. The taxi to the railway station will take about one hour on the way and the fare is about 80RMB~100RMB.
Ps: the taxi driver will not use meter so you have to bargain a good price
Asked by Mr.Vinod Nair from INDIA | Nov. 30, 2009 19:30Reply
I am planning to Visit Wuhan from India,

Which is the nearest connecting airport, Beijing, shangai, Guangzhou or Hong Kong??

Regards

Vinod
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Answered by Mr.Leo | Dec. 01, 2009 04:47
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Both of Shanghai and Guangzhou are ok for taking a domestc flight to Wuhan. BTW, at Shanghai Railway Station, you could also take a bullet train to arrive in Wuhan in 5~6hours.
Asked by Mr.Leary from USA | Sep. 06, 2009 22:04Reply
I am planning a trip soon to Wuhan and was wondering about the power source there for my electrical devices which need to be charged
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Answered by Mr.rita from CN | Sep. 07, 2009 04:06
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Hi, see this page if you are free. It may help.
https://www.travelchinaguide.com/essential/electricity.htm
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