Located in the west of Sichuan, Chengdu is the province capital and is regarded as the starting point of the Southern Silk Road. Chengdu is blessed with many natural treasures, such as dove trees, gingkoes, cotton roses, and hundreds of Chinese medicinal plants. Rare fauna, like giant pandas, lesser pandas, and snub-nosed monkeys among others, can also be found here. The charming scenery of Chengdu, along with its cultural significance and tasty local food, make it a paradise for wanderers.
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Chengdu Top Attractions
Located in the heart of the shopping district in Chengdu, Chunxi Road boosts of more than 700 shops ranging from large shopping malls, department stores, and supermarkets to street stalls, boutique
The giant panda is beloved by people from all over the world, and it is considered a national treasure of China. Opened in 1987, this compound is a non-profit research and breeding facility dedicate
Right next to the Wuhou Shrine, Jinli Promenade is a rebuilt trading and folk art street imitating the ancient-style buildings in West Sichuan.
Dufu’s Cottage was the former residence of a Tang Dynasty poet. He lived here for 3 years and 9 months and composed more than 240 poems. The Dufu Cottage Museum houses more than 3,000 historical re