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Q: What are Chengdu’s must see spots?

8 years 39 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Chengdu

 
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wide and narrow alley is interesting, kind of like beijing’s hutongs. Now it’s been turned into a cool walking area with interesting shops

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Wolong National Natural Reserve

130 kilometers from Chengdu, Wolong Natural Reserve is renowned as the hometown of giant pandas and the Natural Zoological and Botanical Garden. It's the earliest, largest and best-known panda reserve in China. It was placed on UNESCO Man and Biosphere Reserve Network in 1980. After the earthquake on May 12, 2008, the pandas were moved to Bifeng Gorge Panda Base.

Sanxingdui(Three-Star Piles) Museum

The Sanxingdui Museum in Nanxing Town, Guanghan, about 40 kilometers from Chengdu, exhibits the excavations of the ancient Shu Kingdom. It is an important archeological discovery which changed people's understanding of ancient history and culture.

Jiuzhaigou Scenic Area

400 kilometers away from Chengdu lies a fairyland whose natural and primitive beauty impresses everyone who visits here. Jiuzhaigou with its heaven-bestowed landscape, precious animals, plants and the special local flavor of the Tibetan People, deserves the first recommendation for a neighborhood tour of Chengdu.

Dujiangyan Irrigation Project

This irrigation project is one of the world's cultural heritages constructed 2,000 years ago, and amazingly continues to benefit more than 40 neighboring counties. It's the oldest and only surviving no-dam irrigation system in the world and a wonder in the development of Chinese irrigation works.
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Baoguang Temple, built in the Eastern Han Dynasty (25-220), is situated in Xindu to the north of Chengdu City.

Chengdu Panda Breeding and Research Center is one place where visitors can observe pandas at close range.

Dinosaur Museum in Zigong, built on the Dashanpu Dinosaur Fossils Site, is one of the three biggest dinosaur site museums in the world.

Huanglong Scenic and Historic Interest Area owes its fame to the breathtaking charm of its innumerable ponds, rocks, waterfalls, snow-covered mountains, valleys, temples, and local customs.

Huanglongxi Ancient Town, with history of 1,700 years and well preserved buildings, is a place where travelers can explore Chinese old culture and custom.

Jinli Street once was one of the busiest commercial streets during the Shu Kingdom (221-263).

Mt. Qingcheng is a Taoist mountain located about 20 kilometers southwest of Dujiangyan City. It is also a very attractive and intriguing scenic spot that is covered by luxuriant and verdant trees.

Qingyang Temple (Gray Goat Palace) is considered to be the oldest Taoist temple in Chengdu. Legends about the origin of the palace can also be enjoyed here.

The Salt Museum in Zigong shows the achievements of China's ancient well salt industry and the tools for artesian well.

Thatched Cottage of Du Fu was the residence of Du Fu, a famous poet of the Tang Dynasty (618-907). For three and a half years he lived in the cottage.

Wangjiang Tower Park is renowned for the Wangjiang Tower, the Memorial Hall for a female poet Xue Tao, and varieties of bamboos.

Wenshu Monastery is the best-preserved Buddhist temple in Chengdu with hundreds of bronze, wooden and stone statues, and Buddhist relics.

Wuhou Memorial Temple was built in the 6th century in memory of the Emperor Liu Bei and the Prime Minister Zhuge Liang of the Shu Kingdom.

Yong Mausoleum (Yong Ling) is the mausoleum of the Emperor Wang Jian of the Former Shu State in the Five Dynasties Period (907-960).

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there is much spot worthy to vist

more picture,you could check our website

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