Sofitel Chengdu Taihe Hotel
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
Two-day Tour of Chengdu Cuisine
A stimulating 2-day experience of local snacks, dishes and culinary culture around Chengdu.
Oct 21, 2014
Michelle’ Chengdu panda tour
US first lady Michelle Obama heads for China with her mother and daughters in tow on Wednesday. Along the way, Mrs. Obama and the two generations of women accompanying her daughters Malia and Sasha and mother Marian Robinson visited the Chengdu Panda Base, home to about 50 pandas.
Jun 26, 2014
Chengdu sweetens deal in visa-free visits
The government of Chengdu recently released a series of incentives to attract more foreign transit tourists to use its 72-hour visa-free policy. Visitors entitled to the policy can enjoy discounts at hotels and airport shopping areas as well as dedicated transit lounges and free transportation between airport terminals. Buses are provided to commute from the airport to the most popular scenic spots such as Kuanzhai Alley, Jinli Ancient Street, Jinsha Site Museum and Temple of the Marquis of Wu.
Jul 01, 2014
Two-day Tour in the Downtown
A short stay will not give you adequate time to explore the city, but a visit to the midtown hot spots will also prove a rewarding experience.
Mar 01, 2015
Recommended Tourist Routes
Experience Fascinating Culture and Modern Life of Chengdu in the Incredible 72 Hours