Chengdu, founded in the early 4th century BC, is the central city of Sichuan Province and the most important hub in southwestern China. It now hosts 20 consulates. 260 Fortune 500 companies have established branches in Chengdu due to huge demand of western China. Chengdu is the perfect combination of the ancient and the modern artistic, which earns its reputation for various tourism resources. The Giant Panda, Wuhou Temple, Sanxingdui Archeological Museum, Leshan Giant Buddha, Mt. Emei, Jiuzhaigou Valley, Tibetan Villages and the mouthwatering Sichuan cuisine, each of these is worth to pay a visit.
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Located in Daguan Town of Dujiangyan City in Sichuan Province, Dujiangyan Panda Base is inhabited a lot of adorable pandas. The base provides one-day panda keeper tour for visitors, and you will have a great pleasure to get close to those cute creatures.
If you would love a chance to interact with pandas up close and personal, you should not miss this tour package. You will take a panda intern program to get to know more about pandas as well as enjoying the highlights of Chengdu city.
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 has so much to offer: hot pot, mahjong, pandas, Shu culture and also important Buddhist sites. The Leshan Giant Buddha is one of them, Mt. Emei with many temples is another. Check them out on this amazing 5-day tour!
One-week tour in Sichuan will ensure adequate time to visit highlights in and outside of Chengdu city. You will have a taste of everything by watching adorable pandas having breakfast, being wowed by the Leshan Giant Buddha and feasting your eyes on Jiuzhaigou Valley.
Sichuan, the home to the national treasure, the Panda, is well known to the world. On this 5-day tour, follow CET to explore other sides of the city -sip a cup of hot tea, taste all kinds of snacks and experience the Buddhist culture which is less known to the outside world.