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Mo Hill

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Donghu Scenic Area, Wuhan, China
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best place to go riding in the city

I used to go riding in here at dawn. You need to buy a season pass (was 80 元) last time i bought... read more

Reviewed 10 August 2017
Trondheim, Norway
Shifu Wong

Mo Hill is situated next to Wuhan East Lake.We took a subway train from Wangjiadun Metro Station to... read more

Reviewed 7 May 2017
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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Reviewed 10 August 2017

I used to go riding in here at dawn. You need to buy a season pass (was 80 元) last time i bought one, but there are plenty of traffic free roads to rides and lots of climbs, Possibly the only tranquil place anywhere in...More

Thank 249cbbbb
Reviewed 7 May 2017 via mobile

Mo Hill is situated next to Wuhan East Lake.We took a subway train from Wangjiadun Metro Station to Mo Hill takes about 1 1/2hrs cost RMB4.But when you reach "Guong Fu Dun Station", you have to change a public bus no.401 route to arrive Mo...More

1  Thank ShifuWong
Reviewed 5 April 2017

I took a boat from Donghu lake park forgotten the fare. Crossing about 15min. There are many entry points by boats n bus from optic valley square (guanggu guangzhang in chinese) last terminal stop of metro 2 pinkline. Visit end March will see sakura in...More

Thank elizlny
Reviewed 2 December 2016

Like many other places in Wuhan, this place has intensive works going on. I came over via a boat from the Ting Tao Scenic Area so I didn't know until I reached the shore. The North Gate is not accessible, and the South Gate is...More

Thank Yew Hong N
Reviewed 10 October 2016

When my friend mentioned that we would go to some hill, we didnt have much expectations. This place is fabulous, very well maintained, having colorful trees and plants. We took the battery car to reach the top of the hill & then got down at...More

Thank Achuth
Reviewed 29 March 2016

I was part of a foreign tour group who believed this place would offer an internationally acclaimed and spectacular site for viewing of cherry blossoms around late March this year. We were a little let down as the cherry trees were not packed enough along...More

1  Thank Teruce
Reviewed 11 February 2016

Great walk about - try to avoid crowds. The hike around the park and to the top of the hill - up to the tower - offers nice views of the lake and the city. It's leafy and green, with some bits of culture, sculpture...More

Thank Cheburek
Reviewed 18 March 2015

Beautiful, lovely, mountain park. I go there 20 times a year. There are always different parts to see or old favorite places to visit again. There's a tram car that I have yet to use and shuttles that can take you to different parts of...More

1  Thank slickMundane
Reviewed 11 January 2015

This place was such a great place to be to get away from the excitement of the city. There is so much to see and enjoy, from temples to lakes, and a lot of walking to be done. You can take well maintained stairs of...More

Thank Irishnite
Reviewed 8 October 2014

I had a really great morning at Mo Hill (Mo Shan) over the National Day holiday. It was not too crowded even though it was the end of the holiday week. The best way to get to the park is to take 402 city bus....More

Thank Christy C
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