Yichang Pictures

Every city along the Yangtze River has a large cross-river bridge and there is a no exception to Yichang.

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 Hubei. It commands the attention of the world for the construction of the Three Gorges water conservancy project and now become a hot destination along the Yangtze cruise. Attraction Intro: Yichang
  • Every city along the Yangtze River has a large cross-river bridge and there is a no exception to Yichang.
  • The Old Huangling Temple is in the middle section of Xiling Gorge of the Three Gorges area, first built as early in the Three Kingdoms Period.
  • Named after a huge stone on the river bank, Shi Pao Scenic Spot is on the half way from the Three Gorges Dam to Gezhou Dam, which is a idea place to enjoy boat drifting.
  • Zhenjiang Tower, which is also named Wangjiang(looking at the river) Tower in Yichang, Hubei.
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Asked by Mr.Hitesh | Mar. 29, 2011 02:22Reply
Hello ! I would like to go from Beijing to Wuhan .What would be the best way for that ?
Train or Air ? What would be the travel fair by air or train ?Is there any indian restaurant where we can get Indian food ????
Thank you for your help
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Answered by Mr.Mike | Mar. 29, 2011 04:43
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From Beijing West Railway Station, you could take train to Hankou Railway Station or Wuchang Railway Station. The fastest train takes about 9 hours on the way. Well, you could search the train timetable and fare at https://www.travelchinaguide.com/china-trains/

Well, if you would like to save time, you could fly directly, the real-time airlines and airfare could be searched at https://www.travelchinaguide.com/china-flights/
Asked by Mr.sent from SPAIN | Sep. 27, 2009 23:27Reply
can u please tell me some places to visit inside hubei.
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Answered by Mr.Joe | Sep. 28, 2009 01:13
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I think you could make a plan to visit Wuhan City for 3~5 days, and then take a ship cruising along the Yangtze Cruise until to Chongqing City.
Asked by Mr.chu from MALAYSIA | Sep. 23, 2009 17:23Reply
hi,can you tell me how far by road to wuhan city or beijin and shanghai? thks
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Answered by Mr.Frankie | Sep. 23, 2009 20:21
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Yichang is about 320kms away from Wuhan, taking about 3 hours by bus. But, the distance to Beijing and Shanghai is much longer, so it is suggested you take a train or plane.
Answered by Mr.chu from MALAYSIA | Sep. 24, 2009 11:19
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Hi Frankie, thanks so much for this info. Btw for Yi Chang and Wuhan, what are these cities like? I have 3 days for holiday before starting my cruise. I would like to find out either of the two is a nicer city. Also what good hotels (4 to 5 stars) are there to stay for these city near downtown?
Answered by Ms.Helen J.P. from UK | Sep. 24, 2009 21:25
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Will you take the Yangtze Cruise? Haw, I just had a Yangtze Cruise two years ago. It was so good~ Will you board on the ship in Wuhan, just as what I did? If so, you are lucky to visit this beautiful city, so many things to do. I think you could refer to the list at https://www.travelchinaguide.com/attraction/hubei/wuhan/ .

As for Yichang, I don't there will be any very excellent attractions here. Actually, it is mainly used at one of the terminal of the Yangtze Cruise.

Have a nice trip~
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