Wuhan Night Walk | The Famous Shopping Streets | Optics Valley, Wuhan, China | 武汉 | 光谷步行街 | 楚河汉街

Wuhan Night Walk | The Famous Shopping Streets | Optics Valley, Wuhan, China | 武汉 | 光谷步行街 | 楚河汉街

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The Optics Valley Pedestrian Street draws on the architectural styles of European countries to create a multifunctional commercial pedestrian street that integrates shopping, catering and office space. The 1350 m-long World City Optics Valley Walking Street is the longest commercial walking street connected up till now. It combines shopping, dining and entertainment, travel and tourism, leisure fitness, business office, hotel service as a whole, with integrated, multi-functional, all-format, complex commercial style. The core commercial circle of Optics Valley Walking Street provides positions for many famous commercial enterprises, for example, the Grand Ocean Department Store, Carrefour, Industry and Trade Home Appliances, and so on. for example, the Grand Ocean Department Store, Carrefour, Industry and Trade Home Appliances, and so on. Many people are gathered here every day and the commercial atmosphere is very strong.

The main stores here are clothes stores selling Japanese, Southern Korean and European and American fashionable apparel, foreign trade stores, Japan-Korean sections, make-up performance stage, men’s individuality areas, DJ recording garage, nail-beauty bar, super second-hand clothes market and so on. These areas are suitable for office ladies and students for entertainment in their leisure time. Since its opening to the public, Wuhan Optics Valley Walking Street is rapidly developing as a center of shopping, fashion, festival in Wuhan, and even in central China.

On festivals, millions of visitors come in flood, enjoying the happiness of shopping. Optics Valley Walking Street has become the best place for entertainment and tourism. Foreign visitors will surely come to this street when they come to Wuhan. The grandest cinema, Tianhe Huanyi Cinema City in Wuhan, is in collaboration with the giant entertainment in China, which shows its brand and grade very well.

The whole street is made up of four building complex, from west to the east, there are American-like modern building, warmly Spain architecture and the innocent Northern European malls, as well as the classic England design. Adopting the essence of the buildings in all over the countries, buildings here are representatives of buildings in the world, integrating advertisement, pillar decoration and brand of stores as a whole. Visitors and customers will experience a feeling of crossing-borders, as if they have never finished their shopping tour. Adopting multi-color lights in the largest scale in the world, to create world-class sky in the evening, Wuhan is extremely beautiful at night when the special designed lights turn on, forming a piece of sparkling sliver river. Address: Wuchang District, Wuhan, Hubei Province What is Wuhan famous for? Famous for its 3,500 years of cultural history, the city is the cradle of urban civilization in the Yangtze River basin and the oriental tea harbor of the ancient Tea Road.

Wuhan is known for its expertise in bridge and high-speed rail engineering, resilient urban planning and high-tech industries. What is China's Population 2020? 1,439,323,776 people The current population of China is 1,443,448,850 as of Tuesday, March 30, 2021, based on Worldometer elaboration of the latest United Nations data. China 2020 population is estimated at 1,439,323,776 people at mid year according to UN data.

China population is equivalent to 18.47% of the total world population. Is Wuhan a beautiful city? Wuhan is a very green park city with beautiful mountain and river landscapes. The third largest river in the world Yangtze and its largest tributary Han river merge in the city center. The most important feature of Wuhan is that it is a “city on the banks of rivers and lakes”.

Is Wuhan worth visiting? Wuhan is the capital of China's Hubei Province and is actually three cities rolled into one. The most famous attractions and ones definitely worth visiting if you pop over to Wuhan are the Yellow Crane Tower, Guiyuan Temple, East Lake and the Provincial Museum. How close to Beijing is Wuhan? 1,052 kilometers Why is China population so high? Overpopulation in China began after World War II in 1949, when Chinese families were encouraged to have as many children as possible in hopes of bringing more money to the country, building a better army, and producing more food.

Wuhan in British English: (ˈwuːˈhæn ) a city in SE China, in Hubei province, at the confluence of the Han and Yangtze Rivers: formed in 1950 by the union of the cities of Hanyang, Hankou, and Wuchang (the Han Cities); river port and industrial centre; university (1913).

2021-04-02 00:58

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