Chengdu

Chengdu is the capital and largest city of the Sichuan province in south west China. It is one of the three most populous cities in western China (together with Chongqing and Xi’an).

Chengdu is one of the most important economic, financial, commercial, cultural, transportation, and communication centres in western China.

Worth a visit are Kuanzhaixiangzi, the West Pearl Tower, Tianfu Square, People’s Park, the Sichuan Science and Technology Museum, the Sichuan University Museum, NU SPACE, the Sichuan Opera, the Wuhouci Temple, Jinli Ancient Street, the Jinsha Archaeological Site, the Wenshu Temple, the Qingyang Temple, Happy Valley, the Sichuan Provincial Museum, A Thousand Plateaus Art Space, the New Century Global Centre, the Liujiang Old Town, Huan Huaxi Park, Wangjianglou Park, the Mausoleums of Princes of Shu of the Ming Dynasty, the Du Fu Cottage, the Chengdu Eastern Memory, Qinlong Lake Wetland Park, and the Bailuwan Wetlands.

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