Shiyan Vacation Packages
The area around Shiyan is wonderfully endowed with natural and cultural attractions, from big-ticket tourist hotspots to hidden gems that lay slightly off the beaten path. Laohekou and Shennongjia are two other places you may wish to visit while you're in Hubei.
Learn about Shiyan's religious side by paying your respects at the region's monasteries and other places of worship.
Plan a trip during winter and enjoy some of the local wintersports like skiing and snowboarding. These are available in the region.
Regardless of whether you're following the common tourist trail or heading off the beaten path, picking up a few useful Mandarin phrases will serve you well. An example of such a sentence is "Nǐ yào bú yào gēn wǒ tiàowǔ" (Would you like todance with me?). A second handy one is "Zhèiwèi xiānsheng huì qīngdān" (This gentleman/lady will pay for everything).
Good things must come to an end, but be rest assured, when you have to leave Hubei, you'll have wonderful photos and memories to remember your journey.
Accommodation in Shiyan
Booking a lovely place to sleep is a crucial ingredient to any vacation experience. Expedia gives easy access to some of the most sought-after Shiyan accommodation options.
If you feel like splashing out on a little luxury, check out the Wudangshan Zhenwu Grand Hotel, at No. 68 Taihe Road, Wudangshan Special, and the Wudangshan Shuidu Hotel, at No. 59 Taihe East Road, Wudangshan. Two more upmarket hotels that previous guests recommend include the Wu Dang Athens Hotel and the Wudang Mountains Jianguo Hotel.