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Private 2days tour to Shiyan Wudang Mountain start from Wuhan and end in Wuhan
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Private 2days tour to Shiyan Wudang Mountain start from Wuhan and end in Wuhan

Wudang Mountain with a history over 1000 years, it is the No.1 Taoism Mountain in China, as well as the Cradle of Tai Chi and the Taoist martial arts. Taoist culture has originated on Wudang since the East Han Dynasty (25-220 AD) and some existing Taoist buildings could be traced back the 7th century. In 1994, Wudang Mountain was declared to be a UNESCO World Heritage Site.<br>Taoism regards "Tao" as its supreme belief and holds that "Tao" is the origin of all living things. In traditional Chinese culture, Taoism, together with Confucianism and Buddhism, it is a dominant theoretical doctrine and a method of practicing immortality.<br>It’s a good place to pray good luck and climbing the Mountain, we hope you enjoy your tour in Wudang Mountain.
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Rafiq in Wuhan wrote a review Jan 2020
Wuhan, China16 contributions12 helpful votes
I am a native of Wuhan, and I often take some foreign guests to visit Wuhan. For me, Hubu Alle is: Hubu alley is one of the most famous streets in Wuhan with over 400 years of history.The 150-meter long street is crowded with various kinds of snack stalls. It has become Wuhan’ official snack street. In here,you can try some authentic Re Gan Mian(hot-and-dry noodles), Hu Tang Fen(Soup noodles with fish paste).
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Tural Turan wrote a review Jan 2020
Wuhan, China20 contributions
Visited recently this place. Generally speaking it didn't impress me too much. Mostly, visitors can find sea food, however almost the every second seller suggests you the same dishes. If you walk around you may find deserts and drinks as well. Majority of sellers know just simple Hello in English, so it's better to learn basic phrases. Prices are affordable, but sometimes it's worth to bargain. As they see tourists they might attempt to cheat you, suggesting higher price.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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ClaudioY8 wrote a review May 2019
North Carolina322 contributions92 helpful votes
If you like to try different kinds of Wuhan street food, this is a great place for you. This place contain a lot of various dishes, including the most famous one "hot dry noodle", a signature Wuhan food.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Malcolm Ang wrote a review Feb 2019
Singapore, Singapore263 contributions49 helpful votes
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If you like Chinese street food, make sure you go with an empty stomach. As there are too much varieties of food to choose. Couple of store selling the same type of food, in order to know which one is better one, just queue with the store with most crowd.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Jaime Perez wrote a review Jan 2019
Beijing, China6 contributions1 helpful vote
Hubu Alley, brings tons of food options for travelers looking to experience true Wuhan street food. I was impressed by the amount of people who gathered in this area, the environment and the culinary experience you get makes the visit worth it. Don't forget to eat the Re Gan Mian, or Hot Dry Noodles !
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Date of experience: July 2018
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