CHENGDU

Chengdu, a laid-back, relaxed but modern city, is the transport hub for the southwest of China, the most closed place to access to Tibet either by plane, train or overland, and one of the 72 hours visa-free cities, so most travelers will pass through at least once during their forays into China's southwest.

Usually, tourists will spend two or three days to explore Chengdu for its wonderful teahouses found in many parks and temples, fabulous spicy food with Sichuan pepper, decent nightlift scene, relaxing lifestyle, cute Giant Pandas or the holy Buddhist mountain Mt.Emei, or the dromatic face-changing opera.

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Quick Facts of Chengdu City

  • Altitude:

    520 metres

  • Best Time to Go:

    All Year round

  • What to See:

    Giant Panda Breeding Research Base, Wenshu Temple, Jinsha Site Museum, Wuhou Temple, Renmin Park, etc.

  • How to Go:

    As the hub of transportation in Southwest China, Chengdu has a very convenient traffic system with Shuangliu International Airport, Chengdu North Railway Station, Chengdu East Railway Station and Chengdu South Railway Station. Tourists can easily get to Chengdu by air, train and overland.

Chengdu City Travel Guide

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