Wuhan, China travel tips

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The city's main transportation hub is the Wuhan Tianhe International Airport.

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Taking the bus is a good idea in Wuhan and the tickets are very cheap.

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Hire a driver if you want to get anywhere by car, driving is not allowed with an international driver's license.

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You will feel lost in the complexities of the Chinese writing system, but the language itself is pretty simple.

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Never drink tap water in Wuhan, buy bottled instead.

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Shangri-La Hotel is an amazing luxury hotel in Wuhan with massages and other services. Definitely recommended!

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New World Wuhan Hotel has some pretty decent rooms and the view is quite nice too.

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The Wuhan Pathfinder International Youth Hostel may be cheap, but the rooms are clean and the service is reliable.

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The Chinese 'yes' is quite different to the typical western 'yes'.

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The Dragon Boat Festival is held around June and it is a truly impressive sight.

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Chinese people love taking photos of foreigners, just smile and be patient!

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The Wuhan Art Museum is an ideal rainy day program.

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The Yellow Crane Tower is the most important and memorable sight in Wuhan. Must see.

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Feel free to take a taxi in Wuhan, the drivers are friendly, but their English is non-existent.

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The expression 'cèsu? zài n?li?' can be a life saver. It means 'where is the toilet?'

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Feel like getting a drink, maybe catching a live show? Check out a place called Wuhan Prison.

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Mona Lisa is one of the most exquisite restaurants in Wuhan, maybe even a bit posh.

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Grandma's Kitchen has an impressive menu with good prices.

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A place called Al Arabi is a very fine budget restaurant.

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It is best if you avoid talking about sensitive issues like Tibet.

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