Hubei Travel Guide
Live Chat

Hubei Travel Guide


No.1 Hubei Overview

Hubei Province is located at the central part of the People's Republic of China, with short title of 'e'. It is rich in agriculture, forestry and hydropower resources. Agriculture and fishery are well developed in Hubei, with such main product

Details


No.2 Hubei Maps

Hubei province is situated in the middle reaches of theYangtze Riverand to the north of Dongting Lake. It is surrounded by Henan Province to the north, Jiangxi and Hunan to the south, Anhui to the east, Sichuan to the west and Shaanxi to the northwest. It

Details


No.3 Hubei Geography

Hubei Province lies in the middle reach of the Yangtze River with an area of 186,000 square kilometers. Situated 108'21"-116'07" east longitude and 29'05"-33'20" north latitude, it got its name from being in the north o

Details


No.4 Hubei Attractions

Hubei Province carries the popular name of “Chu”. A long and splendid history gives the province abundant cultural attractions, including Yellow Crane Tower,Jingzhou City Wall,Xianling Mausoleum of the Ming Dynasty and the Ancient Building Complex in the

Details


No.5 Hubei People

Hubei had a total resident population of 57.58 million in 2011, in which male population were 29.56 million while female population were 27.02 million, representing 51.43 percent and 48.66 percent respectively. Among all the resident population, those bet

Details


No.6 Hubei Transportation

Hubei had a total resident population of 57.58 million in 2011, in which male population were 29.56 million while female population were 27.02 million, representing 51.43 percent and 48.66 percent respectively. Among all the resident population, those bet

Details


No.7 Hubei History

Hubei was home to sophisticated Neolithic cultures.By theSpring and Autumn period(770–476 BC), the territory of today's Hubei was part of the powerfulState of Chu. Chu was nominally a tributary state of theZhou dynasty, and it was itself an extension

Details


No.8 Hubei Climate & Weather

Situated in South-central China, Hubei Province features a subtropical monsoon climate. The average temperature for a year is about 15° C (59° F). The Province has distinct four seasons with burning hot summer (June, July and August) and chilly winter (De

Details


No.9 Hubei Culture

Hubei Province lies in the middle reach of the Yangtze River with an area of 186,000 square kilometers.Hubei culyure is also called Chu Culture,one of the most important parts of the Chinese Culture. In the Spring and Autumn Period (770-475 BC) and the Wa

Details


No.10 Hubei Food & Cuisine

Hubei Food began to develop its own unique style during the Warring State Period. Through development and change over the last 2,000 years, it has become today’s Hubei cuisine. Hubei food is famous for its freshwater fish dishes since almost every fish av

Details