Administrative Map of Chengdu
The map can help you to get a better understanding of Chengdu !
1.Chunxi Road: Shopping Paradise
Chunxi Road in Jinjiang District, the city’s bustling arena of fashions and goodies with modern appeal, is often regarded as the shopping paradise for many people.Read More
2.Wide and Narrow Alleys:Vista to the Old Chengdu Memory
Wide and Narrow Alleys, a vista of historical elegance and local leisurely life, a melting pot of diversified cultural elements.Read More
3.Happy Valley: Disneyland in Western China
Happy Valley Amusement Park is located in Jinniu District. Jinniu District is the most populated district and most dynamic economic and commercial area in Chengdu.Read More
4.Wuhou Shrine Museum: Memorial Hall of the Man of Wisdom
Wuhou District, as the powerful economic development area in Chengdu, is the area of the Three Kingdoms culture and the pleasant livable new district.Read More
5.Panda Base: Come and Cuddle the Cute Animals
To many visitors to the city, the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chenghua is a must. The panda base is located on the Futou Hill in the northeast to downtown Chengdu, about 12 km from the city center.Read More
9.Equestrian Sports Center
The equestrian sports center, called Chengdu Jinma International Racecourse, is the crucial part of the emerging Chengdu International Sports City, an ambitious project in western Chengdu’s Wenjiang District.Read More
10.Dujiangyan Dam: World Famous Old Irrigation Project
Dujiangyan City is the foremost tourist city in Chengdu and possesses a UNESCO World Heritage site —the Qingcheng Mountains and the Dujiangyan Irrigation System. The city is on the northwestern side of Chengdu and borders on the Tibetan regions further to the north and west.Read More
11.Longmen Mountains: World-class Geological Park
The Longmenshan National Park, in northern Chengdu’s Pengzhou City, is a showcase of geological wonders. The park covers an area of 1, 900 sq.km and boasts diversified land forms characterized with well-developed strata, glacial erratic boulders (nappe) and thrust fault terrains (klippe).Read More
12.Ping’le Town: Ancient Post on the Southern Silk Road
The ancient town in western Chengdu’s Qionglai City, one of the “ Top Waterside Scenic Town” in western Sichuan, features ancient style architectures, river sights and idyllic life styles.Read More
14.Pear Blossom Valley: A Vast Sea of Pure White in Spring
A vast land of thousands of pear trees, Pear Blossom Valley covers an expansive area of almost 8 sq.km, and is a hot spot especially in spring when the pear flowers come out, making the valley a white sea.Read More
15.Huanglongxi Ancient Town: Showcase of Local Folk Culture
Huanglongxi in Shuangliu is the first tourist site with the theme of ancient town sightseeing in Chengdu, attracting thousands of visitors from across the country because of its enchanting scenery and interesting folk culture.Read More
16.Broad Bean Sauce: Soul of Sichuan Cuisine
Sichuan Cuisine Experience Park is located in Ande Township of Pixian County and only 28km away from downtown Chengdu. The park is a cultural theme scenic spot for culinary culture, food experience, shopping and recreation, where people can visit the food production lines and get true understanding of the world famous Sichuan Cuisine.Read More
17.Skiing Field in Southern China
The Xiling Snow Mountains are in Dayi County in western Chengdu and cover a large area of nearly 500 sq.km, and part of the area is open to tourists who come to see the magnificent peaks and alpine scenes.Read More
18.Shixiang Lake: Green Lake, Deep Forest and Dazzling Flower Farms
The Shixiang Lake (Stone Elephant Lake) Scenic Spot crowns the ecological environment of Pujiang County in southwestern Chengdu.Read More
19.Water Sports Center: Venue of International Regatta Events
Xinjin Water Sport Center is located in Xinjin County at the most southerly tip on the territory of Chengdu, where many rivers running across the city converge and provide favorable conditions for water sports programs.Read More
Plenty cultural relics have found home at museums of all kinds around the city.
Sichuan Plain boasts the reputation of “Tianfu” (The Land of Abundance) both for its abundant natural resources and rich cultural heritage, and plenty cultural relics have found home at museums of all kinds around the city.
Chengdu Wuhou Shrine Museum (Wuhouci Temple)
The Wuhou Shrine Museum is located in southern downtown Chengdu and covers an area of 140,000 square meters. It consists of King Liu Bei’s mausoleum, halls in memory of Zhuge Liang and other ministers, generals of the Shu-han State of the Three Kingdoms Period (220 - 280 AD).
In 1961, The State Council listed it as a national preservation institution of cultural relics and a museum was set up in 1984. With its rich cultural collections, the museum has been attracting a large number of visitors and thus has gained a reputation as A Sacred Place of the Three Kingdoms Culture.
Address: #231 Wuhouci Avenue, Wuhou District
Du Fu’s Thatched Cottage Museum
Located by the Huanhuaxi (Blossom-Bathing Brook), the museum sits on the site which is believed to be the former residence of Du Fu, the great poet of the Tang Dynasty (618 - 907 AD), during his stay in Chengdu. In the winter of the year 759, Du Fu fled into Sichuan to be away from the An-Shi Rebellion. He built a straw-roofed house where he lived for about four years and composed more than 240 poems that are still popular today.
Constructions to pay homage of the great poet were built at the site of his residence after his death, and the renovation during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) set the scale and layout of the present garden-like museum, which now covers a total area of 300 mu (or about 20 hectares)).
Address: #37 Qinghua Road, Qingyang District
Jinsha Site Museum
The Jinsha Site in the western downtown of Chengdu is one of China’s major archaeological discoveries in the new century, which confirms that Chengdu was the center of the ancient Shu Kingdom. The Shu Kingdom, which was established about 3, 500 years ago and had its territory that of the present Sichuan, is considered to be a very important source of the Chinese civilization.
A modern museum is built on the Jinsha Site by the Modi River. The museum covers an area of 300, 000 square meters and serves as a construction for the protection, research and display of the unearthed cultural relics. It has two main constructions, the Relics Hall and Exhibition Hall.
Address: #2, Jinshayizhi Road, Qingyang District, Chengdu
The Sichuan Museum, a comprehensive museum, was founded in the early 1940. Since then, generations of people, through their hard work and unremitting effort, have made the museum collection more than 300, 000 pieces, making it the sixth largest museum in China. To meet the requirement of fast increasing number of relics, a group of totally new buildings for Sichuan Museum were designed and constructed in the Huanhuaxi Park near Du Fu Thatched Cottage Park, together with those dotted around the city at locations adjacent to a set of scenic and cultural heritage sites, such as Qingyang Temple, site of Sui and Tang Dynasties, ancient canals, twelve bridges, Baihua Lake and ancient building group, etc. This project was completed in 2009, now people can learn the history, art, and the cultural background of China, especially of Sichaun in a total new and attractive environment.
Site: #251, South Huanhua Road, Qingyang District, Chengdu
Sichuan Cuisine Museum
Sichuan Cuisine is celebrated worldwide for its bold flavor of spiciness featuring the liberal use of garlic, chili peppers and peppercorns, which combine to make a real sensation in one’s mouth.
Sichuan is known as “heavenly land” due to its abundance of food and natural resources. The history of Sichuan Cuisine is vividly reflected through the unearthed relics being displayed in the museum. From dining utensils and food containers, to clay figures of chefs, every item tells visitors a “spicy story”.
Site: #8, North Ronghua Alley, Gucheng Town, Pixian County, Chengdu
Shu Brocade and Embroidery Museum
Located near Chengdu Du Fu Thatched Cottage, Chengdu Shu Brocade Institute (Chengdu Shu Brocade and Embroidery Museum) was founded in 2002, on the basis of Chengdu Shu Brocade Factory of over 50-year history. Chengdu Shu Brocade Institue is the only place in Chengdu to show all the processes of Shu brocade hand-weaving handed down for over 2, 000 years. It sets up a large-scaled workshop inside and maintains several Shu Brocade Platform Jacquard Looms to show the handmade Shu brocade. A great many fine works of Shu brocade and embroidery are displayed in rooms with an area of over 2, 000 square meters.
Site: #2, East Caotang Road, Qingyang District, Chengdu
Time-Honored Photo Museum
The museum shows how Canadians reached Chengdu from Vancouver in the late 19th century, and how they launched the West China Union University, promoted modern civilization in Sichuan and introduced the best of Sichuan to the outside world.
Site: Diaolou Square, Xinchang Town, Dayi County, Chengdu
Sichuan University Museum
Just founded in 1914, Sichuan University Museum is the earliest built museum in the southwest China and also the comprehensive university museum with the longest history. Sichuan University Museum is dedicated to creating a better understanding of the cultural and historic world and our ancient civilization in Southwest China. The museum is responsible for collections of cultural heritage, and for sharing the knowledge that makes them meaningful. SUM welcomes a broad and diverse audience and provides a community gathering place that nurtures life-long learning and encourages respect, responsibility, and reflection.
Site: :#29,Wangjiang Road,Chengdu