A thriving and dynamic city, Wuhan is considered central China’s economic, cultural and financial centre. Our Wuhan travel tips will help you have a better understanding of the city, be it for business or pleasure.
Wuhan has a subtropical monsoon climate and experiences all four seasons. Summer (May to September) temperatures sometimes go above 30°C, accompanied by heavy rainfall. Autumn begins in October and in winter (December to February) temperatures average between 1 to 3°C. Spring begins in March as the cold spell gives way to warmer weather.
Those planning to use public transport can make use of the city’s well connected bus and light urban railway services. Taxis are also readily available throughout the city. Wuhan is accessible by boat as well. The Tianhe International Airport is about 26 kilometres from the city centre.
Business & Shopping Hours
Government and commercial offices open from Monday to Friday, from 9am to 5pm; while most shops are open seven days a week, from 9am to 10pm.
The official currency is Renminbi (RMB) or Chinese Yuan (CNY).
Major credit cards are accepted at most major hotels and shopping malls.