Chengdu, founded in the early 4th century BC, is the capital city of Sichuan Province and the main hub of southwestern China. It hosts 20 consulates and about 300 Fortune 500 Companies have established branches there. Chengdu as a unique city as it is a combination of the ancient and modern; from the ancient Leshan Buddha to the Giant Panda research facilities. Bordering the Tibet plateau, Chengdu also boasts the famous holy mountain Emei, traditional Tibetan villages, and the Jiuzhaigou Valley. Culturally, Chengdu is renown for Sichuan cuisine, andits famous historical sites, like the Sanxingdui Archeological Museum, and Wuhou Temple.
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Dujiangyan Panda Base is houses over 30 panda enclosures, a hospital and panda medical lab, a panda kitchen an educational center, and more. The base provides one-day panda keeper tours for visitors in which you can get close to these adorable creatures and learn more about them.
If you want to get up close and personal with the pandas, you won't want to miss this. This is a panda intern program to let you learn more about the pandas and see some of the highlights of Chengdu City.
We have selected the best highlights of Sichuan culture, history and the local life for you. This charming city has a lot to offer to whet your appetite! You can take part in a Sichuan opera by applying facial makeup and learning some lines. Have a hands-on unique opportunity by being a panda keeper where you can be up-close to these cute cuddly creatures. Enjoy Sichuan cuisine, and learn to make a mobile phone holder using lacquerware.
When you talk about Chengdu, a lot of people have heard of it as the home of the lovely pandas. On this 4-day Chengdu city tour, you will immerse yourself in the unique Shu culture, and also take plenty of photos of pandas.
Sichuan may be well known for the national treasure, the panda. On this 5-day tour CET will show you the other sides of the province. You will have local tea, try all kinds of different foods, and experience a Buddhist culture that isn't very well known to the outside world.
Sichuan has so much to offer: cuisine, pandas, Shu culture, and historical Buddhist sites. Among the historical and cultural sites you will see are the Leshan Giant Buddha and Mt. Emei, from which you can see the snow-capped mountains of the Tibet plateau.