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Mo Hill, Wuhan

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An important part of the East Lake, Mo Hill boasts mountains, rivers, and abundant plant species, furnished with a Chu cultural theme park. Those with an interest in horticulture should appreciate the area's 13 lush botanical gardens, populated by over 360 types of plants. An area populated by over two million trees, you'll have opportunity to wander through a cherry grove, or take a hike up to the top of the hill to see the Zhu De's Stele Pavilion, and absorb panoramic views across the lake. Explore the theme park to observe impressive, large-scale Chu architecture and the Chu market, offering the chance to buy authentic crafts and to sample distinct cultural cuisines. Bear in mind that this large park requires a lot of walking, so wear comfortable shoes and bring along plenty of water. Before you head to Wuhan, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Wuhan trip itinerary planner, to make sure you see all that Wuhan has to offer, including Mo Hill.
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  • I used to go riding in here at dawn. You need to buy a season pass (was 80 元) last time i bought one, but there are plenty of traffic free roads to rides and lots of climbs, Possibly the only tranquil...  more »
  • It was ridicously bad compared with East Lake cold mountain scenic area, on the left bank. So to take Metro to the broad ballpark Tuen Mun station, used a taxi from there (19 original). Many many things, such as Chu T'ien-t'ai and Chu Castle, compared with the Bank and could walk. Was using the bus from the South Gate of cold mountain. I thought if you had free tickets in the subway are connected underground and bus stops, Tiger spring and broad ballpark Tuen Mun station, was fine. It is not unexpected and inconvenient and tosses up.
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  • Mo Hill is situated next to Wuhan East Lake.We took a subway train from Wangjiadun Metro Station to Mo Hill takes about 1 1/2hrs cost RMB4.But when you reach "Guong Fu Dun Station", you have to change...  more »

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