Ezhou, a prefecture-level city under Hubei Province, enjoys low flat terrain dotted with lakes that produce plentiful rice, wheat and cotton. It is the native origin of the famed Wuchang fish and Chinese Pure Land Buddhism.

Top attractions include the Summer Palace of King Wu, Jiucui Pavilion, Xishan Ancient Temple, Bodhisattva Spring, Hanshi Spring, Martyr Peng Chufan's Tomb, and Yiting Cliff Inscriptions.

Blessed with picturesque scenery, Ezhou is a Yangtze River tourist city seamlessly integrating mountains, waters and urban areas. Iconic natural sites like Xishan, Liangzi Lake, and Honglian Lake draw visitors from all over.

Come immerse yourself in Ezhou's serene lakes, rolling hills, historic sites, and exquisite culture on the banks of the mighty Yangtze. Let this riverside paradise delight your spirit.

Best Travel Time

Suitable from May to October every year

Suggested playing days

1 day

Local climate

Subtropical monsoon climate, with obvious monsoon climate, cold in winter and hot in summer, with distinct four seasons