Teahouse and leisurely life
An old Chengdu saying goes, “Sunny days are rare, but teahouses are abundant”. Teahouses have played diverse social roles in the history of Chengdu. Locals are passionate about going to tea houses — not only for tea, snacks, and entertainment, but also for social gatherings and business meetings
May 20, 2014
Traditional Chengdu Life at Teahouses
Teahouses and theaters are favored by those who’d like to experience traditional Chengdu life.
Apr 19, 2016
Tea Houses in Chengdu
A tea house in Chengdu is a traditional place that reflects local residents’ leisurely pace of life.
Sep 07, 2016
Featured streets and historic towns
The Wide and Narrow Alleys (Kuan and Zhai Alleys) were first built during the Qing dynasty for Manchu soldiers. The alleys remained residential until 2003 when the local government turned the area into a mixed-use strip of restaurants, teahouses, bars, avant-garde galleries and residential houses. Historic architecture has been well preserved in the Wide and Narrow Alleys.
Jul 25, 2014
People in Chengdu have their own ways to enjoy life through the long summer of hot, humid weather, while the city offers a plentiful choices for them to pass the season with numerous holiday resorts in cool mountainous areas, large amusement parks providing water games, cafés, tea houses, not to mention the air-conditioned malls with complete facilities for shopping and entertainment. (Photos by Peng Ge)
Sep 05, 2014
Tea-picking Tours in Chongzhou City
The 12th Tea Culture Festival was initiated on March 21 at Wenjinjiang Township of Chongzhou City in western Chengdu.