Located in the city center, combining local culture with entertainment, Renmin Park is a favorite place for locals to have a relax.
Built in 1941, Sichuan Museum is the largest comprehensive museum in Southwest China and is divided into three floors.
At present, the research base has over 100 giant pandas and other rare wild animals, like black-necked cranes, peacocks and egrets.
Besides shopping, there are several old-fashioned Chengdu restaurants, where you can enjoy all kinds of Chengdu snacks at one stop.
Composed of three ancient streets of Qing Dynasty, Kuanzhai Alley showcases the original local lifestyle. It has been one of the most popular tourist sites in Chengdu.
Jinli, an antique commercial street, is one of the most popular attractions in Chengdu, and part of Wuhou Temple Museum.
Dujiangyan was built in the 3rd century BC, and has been the world's only existing ancient irrigation system which diverts water without a dam.
Jiuzhaigou, or Jiuzhai Valley, located in the Aba Tibetan and Qiang autonomous prefecture.
Huanglong valley is made up of snow-capped peaks and China’s eastern-most glaciers.
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