Wuhan Nightlife, China
One of the favorite pastimes in Wuhan is shopping. There are many shopping malls and centers located in downtown. Many of them contain outstanding restaurants, theaters, and arcades. You can find just about anything you are looking for and at very decent prices inside these shopping centers.
The Wuhan nightlife also revolves around the street stalls with their vendors selling food. One of the most special places to visit is the Jianghan Road night market. Be careful what you eat; many popular Chinese foods include dog and snake. It’s an interesting place to people watch as many wear their pajamas.
For an English speaking restaurant, try the Café Brussels. The food and drink is international, as well as an indoor brewery that produces over 600 liters a day.
After dinner, take a walk down the street to the Soho’or, a great night club with Mandarin music. It’s quite the party about any day of the week and the dress is somewhat informal. There are many such places throughout Wuhan.
If it’s vegetarian cuisine you are interested, there is a great restaurant located in the Taoist temple. The ChangchunGuan Vegetarian Restaurant has a great elephant statue inside and the food is really good. Consider the Roasted Duck, which really looks like the real thing, but there isn’t any animal product used in the restaurant. There is a small shop located in the temple that has some really unique Taoist motif gifts. Some of the dishes from the restaurant are sold there with the Yin Yang symbol.
After your long night, you can find the streets of Wuhan crowded with people and vendors serving breakfast. This is a popular tradition in Wuhan and you can find just about any type of food, from noodles to fry bread to onion pancakes.
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