You can take a train from Wuwei to Great Wall of China via Zhongwei, Beijing West, National Library, National Library Station, Xizhimen Station, Huoying Station, Huangtudian, and Huairou North in around 16 h 58 min. Alternatively, you can take a bus from Wuwei to Great Wall of China via Baiyin, Yinchuan, Yinchuan Traveling Bus Station, Taiyuan Bus Terminal, Xingtai, Xingtai, and Beijing Lianhuachi in around 32 h 35 min.
Wuwei City, also called Liangzhou, is located in the east of the Hexi Corridor of Gansu Province, China. She was an important section of the ancient Silk Road. The name of Wuwei is from the “brilliant military puissantness ” of the General Huo Qubin in the Han Dynasty to defeat the Xunnu ethnic group invader in the ancient Hexi Corridor.
The Wuhan Botanical Garden (WBG) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) was founded in 1956 and opened to the public in 1958. As one of three research-oriented botanical gardens in China, WBG’s mission is to develop and maintain plant collections for display, conservation, education and research.
Wuwei (Chinese: 武威; pinyin: Wŭwēi) is a prefecture-level city in northwest central Gansu province. In the north it borders Inner Mongolia, in the southwest, Qinghai. Its central location between three western capitals, Lanzhou, Xining, and Yinchuan makes it an important business and transportation hub for the area.