Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge
Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge
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Rafiq in Wuhan
Wuhan, China16 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
I am a native of Wuhan, and I often take some foreign guests to visit Wuhan. For me, Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge is: Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge is the first bridge on the Yangtze River. It is also a highway and railway bridge.It opened on 1957,and it has been in operation for over 60 years. Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge is an excellent place to take photos. A bridge flies north and south, with a panoramic view of the scenery on both sides of the Yangtze River. Walking along the river beach under the bridge, you can also feel the city culture of Wuhan local residents and experience the real life of Wuhan citizens.
Written January 15, 2020
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Sillypiggys
Sydney, Australia1,747 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2024 • Family
Nice walk across the bridge. Do have to be aware of the many bikes both motorised and unmotorised as a significant part of the walking path is quite narrow and had to also consider foot traffic from the opposite direction. Single file walking is preferred and in China, the etiquette is to keep right. The bridge is quite long (1.7km so at least 30 mins to an hour). We walked it to also visit the Yellow Crane Tower and Guishan park which were both nearby. At the south end of the bridge, there are some eating streets near Minzhu Road and Hubuxiang Snack Street(戶部巷小吃街) with delicious local food.
Written January 1, 2024
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tongpangzhitop441199
2 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018 • Family
I am sure that you won't know how wonderful this day was !
We went to the Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge on today's morning, when you are standing under the bridge, you will think it's very long , but actually it's only about 1.67 km, I think for an adult it may takes you half an hour to take some photos while walking across the bridge from the bridgehead to the end of the whole bridge. (The bridgehead was under the bridge, you need to take the elevator.)
We had a dinner then ,the hot dry noodles there were so dilicious! I love it! The spicy crayfish there was also very nice , I recommend you to have a try!!!
When we got to the Yangtze River embankment it was evening, we saw the ships and the reflection of the bridge clearly,they were so beautiful ! I could even feel the wind which was come with the smell of the water went across your face! That's pretty cool!!!
This was the last day we went to Wuhan I love there so much that I am sure I will visit here again as soon as I can!!!
Written March 10, 2019
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laodaprivate
Wuhan, China14 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2011
"Da Qiao", or the First Bridge of Yangtze River in Wuhan, was built in the late 50s when my parents were born. Today it still stands grand and firm as a major transportation route across the big river. The bridge is almost at the center of old Wuhan city and conveniently located close to some other attractions: the Yellow Crane Tower, Guiyuan Temple, etc.

There is no cost visiting. Spend half a day walking across the bridge and around both banks of the river in daytime -- ps.you don't want to do this in Wuhan's summer afternoon -- and you'll feel the life in a real, large inland Chinese city (any bridges/river-banks you find in Shanghai are not "real", nor any better either).
Recommend taking a ferry back; don't use private jet-boats, but the large, slow ferry that local people use (~2RMB per trip across the river). It's not much less than the State Island ferry in Manhattan.

About the two banks: On the Hankou side of Yangtze river there are some buildings from colonial legacy and many stylish shopping options (Wuhanese claim that the Hankou Pedestrian Shopping Street is better than Shanghai's Nanjing Road - No comment on this and I don't there lies Wuhan's best part anyway). Try to take a stroll in in the evening around the bridge's stub on the Wuchang side as well, you'll find Wuhanese families having fun in their own ways - folk dancing, singing, taiji, karaoke, or some other hard-to describe group exercises. Then ask for this small street called "Hu Bu Xiang", also on Wuchang side and close to the bridge, where you'll be greeted with local delights. Recommend anything hot & spicy, ask for extra chilli.

Lastly, the Bridge is located close to the intersection between the Han River and the Yangtze River -- at times of high volumes, you can watch the "green" Han plunging down into the "yellow" Yangtze from a difference as high as ten meters between two river levels. Simply amazing scene.

Enough said -- Friend, welcome to my hometown, Wuhan.
Written December 22, 2011
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Maruf Subhani
Karachi, Pakistan3,753 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2018 • Business
Wonderful site a bridge of memories and beautiful and i like beautiful views plz must see this place
Written November 23, 2018
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MaryFL-K
Wuhan, China21 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2014 • Business
I crossed this bridge by car, by bicycle and on foot and just because some people say it's an attraction does not make it one. The bridge has no unique design or engineering... the guards in the guard booths are the most interesting part and won't let you take their picture. Most days of the year, the view is clouded by acrid smog and if you do get a clear day the shoreline is lined with bare bones industry and not landscaped or celebrated. There is no beach, just paved with muddy broken concrete into the muddy waters edge.
Written December 14, 2014
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allis0n22
Shanghai, China22 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2011 • Family
As we know wuhan city is combained with three parts ,hankou hanyang and wuchang.Hanyang and wuchan is commbined with this bridge.the bridge has two floors the first floor is for bus and the second floor is for train.The bridge was build in 1956 with the help of fomer Russia.the best view to observe this bridge is beside the yangtze river.If you want to know wuhan go there ,is a best choice
Written August 16, 2012
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Werner011122
Marienberg, Germany78 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2018 • Business
To stand on top of the Yangtze River Bridge was for me a once in a life Time experience. Its just amazing to see the slow and steady rolling waters with the busy ships and the skyline of Wuhan along the banks of the river.
Written March 28, 2018
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Odi P
19 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2017 • Business
Yang Tze river is one of the legendary and longest river in the world. I crossed the river using medium boat with cheap price. It is really great experience.
Written June 28, 2017
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MrVisittheworld
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates277 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2016 • Business
The bridge gives a good reason to visit however the experience is pretty compact and should not be considered as attraction. Go there when you have nothing else to do...
Written May 24, 2017
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