Where to Spend the Chinese Valentine’s Day

Authors: Go Chengdu

2017-08-27

The places in Chengdu where you can date or propose!
The Double Seventh Festival (Qixi or Qixijie, "七夕节" in Chinese), also known as the Chinese valentine's day, is around the corner.
This traditional Chinese festival originates from a Chinese folk love legend and is celebrated on the 7th day of the 7th month on the Chinese calendar,
which falls August 28 this year.
When you have someone to spend this romantic festival, you may want to go to places in Chengdu where you can date or propose, and go on reading…
Happy Valley
Sky wheels are always chosen as the place to show love, and the one in Happy Valley has witnessed numerous romantic moments.
Wide and Narrow Alleys
Wandering along the alleys, you are always encouraged to speak out the hidden love in the romantic atmosphere.
Sichuan TV Tower
Standing at a height of 339 meters, the Sichuan TV Tower is the tallest structure in urban Chengdu.
There is a revolving restaurant with a 360-degree view of the city on the tower's top, and a recreational and commercial mall at the bottom.
Chengdu Haichang Polar Ocean World
If both of you love animals, Chengdu Haichang Polar Ocean World will be the perfect dating place.
Covers an area of approximately 70,000 square meters, this park provides various pavilions for polar bears, walruses, sea lions, penguins, sharks,
as well as performances given by whales and dolphins.
You can see a lot, talk a lot, and so…
Love Zebra
Located in Tianxianqiao South Road, the red-ground zebra crossingwas painted with words "I Love You" and two linked hearts.
Hold hands, walk over it, and feel the romance in your life.
Sino-Ocean Taikoo Li Chengdu
Adjacent to the old Daci Temple, the shopping center Sino-Ocean Taikoo Li Chengdu blends the old and the new.
It is a bustling urban lifestyle hub where visitors can enjoy a truly unique shopping and leisure experience amidst the lanes, courtyards and plazas of the complex.
Every Qixi Festival, the fashion decoration in the shops and on the plazas will always be a dreamlike world.

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