Luojia Mountain

Luojia Mountain, Wuhan: Hours, Address, Luojia Mountain Reviews: 4.5/5

Luojia Mountain
4.5
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Stuart B
Deal, UK1,654 contributions
Nice Area to Walk Around, Not Quite a Mountain
Dec 2016 • Solo
Part of the Yellow Crane Tower attraction this is a very nice area to walk around. The entry fee is 80rmb for adults, and the large bell can be rung if you like for a charge. The area is quite hilly so not the best if you have a disability. The gardens are very nice and peaceful even thought there are a lot of visitors here. Worth a visit if you are in Wuhan.
Written December 22, 2016
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MOHAMMED ZAWID N
Bhadrak102 contributions
A nice place for a walk
Nov 2016 • Business
This place is close to the famous yellow crane tower. It is a clean area, suitable for solo or family stroll.
Written November 15, 2016
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Jarko2015
Amsterdam, The Netherlands1,727 contributions
Part of Yellow Crane complex
Aug 2016 • Solo
As you approach the Yellow Crane Tower, the Luojia Mountain bell tower is right in front of it. It's included in the ticket price for the entire park and complex, so you can visit the bell without buying another ticket. Children seem to love this as they can use the giant hammer to strike the giant bell.
Written August 17, 2016
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Sharon R
Omaha, Nebraska, United States322 contributions
A peaceful, calm garden and well-maintained
Apr 2016 • Friends
This site surrounds the location of the Yellow Crane Tower and is quite large, with meandering paths, nice gardens, benches, small shops and restful areas. On weekends, in nice weather, it will be crowded. You can take a small bus from the Visitors' Center, directly to the Tower. Fee is 10 RMB. Seniors over 65 get in free with official ID.
Written April 20, 2016
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Janice G
Evette-Salbert, France177 contributions
Its okey
Jul 2015 • Family
Just went to see the place because there is nothing to see in Wuhan but a gray Sky and tall buildings.
Written September 19, 2015
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Irishnite
Murrieta, CA266 contributions
Worth a visit
Jan 2015 • Solo
It's got plenty to see, and many things to take pictures of while you are in the city. You have to pay to get in, but it is worth the cost of admission. The "mountain" description might intimidate some that don't want to walk, especially in summer, but it's not a difficult walk, and there are golf cart taxis that can take you up and down the area. There are clean bathrooms available, and plenty of places to get snacks and water.
Written January 11, 2015
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xin z
Sydney, Australia1 contribution
Most beautiful university in China
Sep 2013 • Family
The Luojia Mountain makes Wuhan University the most beautiful university in China. It has 4 gardens, Laura garden / Cherry blossom garden / Maple garden /Plum blossom garden. The cherry blossom gardem is absolutely the pearl on the Crown.
Written August 12, 2014
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K-Kookle
Bangkok, Thailand22 contributions
Sakura blossoms in Spring ... sight seeing
Lovely and romantic place
WHU ... Wuhan University which was built in Y 1936's located at the foot of Luojia hill. Building is mixed up between European Gothic - Chinese classic style.
This place is a popular one to enjoy seeing Japanese white sakura and Chinese cherries blossoms in spring as the peak blossoms highlight as is during the 3rd week of March to beginning of April.
Great time is to visit here. A lot of Beautiful buildings, trees and flowers also to get freshy greeny smelling is around here, Wuhan University.
Written April 3, 2014
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