Chengdu is known as the "Heavenly State", filled with
surprises, attractions and food. Spend 1 day to visit
Chengdu highlights including temples, monastery and secret
venues. Taste local snacks and the delicious food that all
China raves about.
The tour will take you to know the ancient history and culture background of chengdu city. Highlights include Wuhou temple, Du Fu Cottage, Qingyang Daosim Temple, Wenshu Buddist Monastery. Today you still have a chance to taste the local Sichuan snacks and the delicious Wenshu Vegetarian food.
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Panda Base 熊猫繁育基地
The Chengdu Giant Panda Breeding Research Base (or Chengdu Panda Base for short) specializes in baby pandas and their care.
It's one of the most popular destinations to see pandas. And it's a must-go place when you go to Chengdu. Chengdu Panda Base not only takes care of breeding pandas, but also focuses on providing interactive activities that teach people about pandas and their protection. Besides cute giant pandas, there are also red pandas, black swans, and peacocks in the base.
Wenshu Temple 文殊院
Wenshu Temple, located at No.15 Wenshu Yuan Street, is the best-preserved Buddhist temple in Chengdu. It is the home of the Buddhist Association of Sichuan Province and Chengdu City.
Cultural relics are the highlights of Wenshu Temple. Since the Tang and Song Dynasties, over 500 pieces of painting and calligraphy by celebrities have been stored here. In the Sutra-Preservation Pavilion, many famous handwriting exhibits, paintings, and artwork are restored. Another treasure is a delicate jade Buddha statue brought from Burma to China in 1922 by Xing Lin, a Buddhist monk who walked the whole distance. In addition, the Temple houses some 300 Buddha statues of various materials including iron, bronze, stone, wood, and jade, some gloriously painted. In addition to its cultural relics, Wenshu Temple is famous for its exquisite garden and solemn halls. Tourists and locals can enjoy tea in the Tea House while listening to music by folk composers.
Sichuan Opera 川剧
fire, shadow play, comedy, traditional music, etc.
There are several different local operas in China, while Sichuan Opera is quite special. Besides the singing, dancing and magic facial-mask, it is well known for its unique stunts, such as face-changing, spitting fire, rolling lights, etc.
There are different theatres in Chengdu for Sichuan Opera at night. Shufeng Yayun in Qintai Road is the best. This theatre is made of bamboo with traditional Chinese design. While enjoying the show, you can enjoy massage and beer. It is the exact leisurely life in Chengdu.
Dujiangyan Irrigation System 都江堰
The Dujiangyan Irrigation System lies on the Minjiang River in the northwest of Dujiangyan City, 60 kilometers northwest of Chengdu City. It was built over 2,200 years ago around 250 B.C. under the direction of Libing, the governor of the Shu Prefecture of the Qin State.
The Minjiang River running across the vast Chengdu Plain used to do harm to the people down the river in the ancient times. After making careful survey on the spot Li Bing had a channel cut through Mountain Yulei in the west of the city, thus a man-made river came into existence. In the middle of the Minjiang River, a dyke was built to divide the river into two parts: the inner river and the outer river. In order to control flood and charge silt, two spillways were built at the end of water-dividing dyke. Since then there has been a gravity irrigation system which makes the Chengdu Plain a “Land of Abundance” with a bumper harvest every year in spite of any drought or flood.
Over two thousand years, the Dujiangyan Irrigation System has been bringing great benefits to agricultural production and the people's life. The irrigated area has expanded gradually from 126,000 hectares to nearly 660,000 hectares of land, covering 36 counties and cities.
the Dujiangyan Irrigation System mainly consists of Yuzui Dyke, Feishayan and Baopingkou Infall. There are attractions such as Erwang Temple, Fulong Taoist Temple and Anlan Suspension Bridge deside the weir.
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