Major tourist attractions
Despite its vigorous drive towards modernization, Chengdu spares no efforts to retain its sense of tradition and ancient landscapes. As a rising economic, cultural and transportation center in western China, Chengdu is also a very important tourist destination, with many historical and scenic spots around the city. The city also serves a transit station to Tibet, and several world-class tourist destinations are conveniently located in neighboring areas, including Mount Emei and the Grand Buddha, Jiuzhaigou, Hailuogou, Siguniang Mountains (Four Maidens Mountains), the Sanxingdui Ruins and so on.
Jul 25, 2014
Emei Shan (Mt. Emei)
Emei Shan is one the most charming tourist attractions in Sichuan.
Dec 22, 2014
JZ Hotel Emei - Luxury Hotel at The Foot of Mt. Emei
Opening a window to China’s ethereal beauty and cultural mystique, Emei JZ Hotel resides at the foot of majestic Mt. Emei and is the first and only luxury hotel in this breathtaking corner of southwestern China.
Dec 21, 2016
Travel Guide to Zhegu Mountains: High-altitude Fairytale-land Snow Resort near Chengdu
The snow resort at Zhegu Mountains (Partridge Mountains), more than 4, 000 meters above the sea level, offers an elevating option for the fans of ice and snow sports other than the famous Emei Mountain and Xiling Snow Mountains.
Mar 31, 2017
China's Icon Proves Big Draw for Tourists
As ambassadors for China and an icon of Sichuan's capital, pandas have charmed countless domestic and foreign visitors.
Jul 27, 2016
Guide to 2017 Independent Travel in Chengdu
The big data in a report by China’s famous independent travel website show that Sichuan province ranks second among the most popular provinces in China for independent travelers while Chengdu ranks fourth among the most popular cities in China.
Dec 31, 2016
From Big Sky Country to Country of Heaven (Part 1)
Expats come to Chengdu in all shapes and sizes. Some come to travel and learn the language, while others come for the job opportunities. Whether it’s for business or pleasure, most expats are bound to experience a bit of both.