Welcome to 1920s China Aboard This Cruise Ship

The city of Wuhan in China’s central province of Hubei has a little-known secret: the 1920s comes to life almost every night on board a cruise ship! The Zhiyin Hao Cruise is said to be “world’s first drift-style multi-dimensional immersive drama”, set in a replica of an early 20th century steam ship that sails six times a week.

Actors in vintage attire roam the ship in character, telling their stories whilst dancers take to the floor to the sounds of the swing jazz era.

The 108-minute cruise is the ideal way to see bustling Wuhan’s beautiful skyline and bridges. The city is also known for the classical Yellow Crane Tower and as a gateway to the famed Wudang mountains, home to wushu martial arts.

Find out what to see and do in Wuhan. See the the highlights of Wuhan and the cruise in the sixth episode of #TheJourneyChina.

GETTING THERE: AirAsia flies to Wuhan. Book your tickets now at

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