Chengdu is one of the famous historical and cultural cities in southwestern China. It is:

  • The capital of Sichuan province – one of the most populated province in China and Chengdu itself is home to more than ten million people.
  • An economic, transportation, and communications hub of Western China which is growing at a furious pace. Out of 280 cities in China, Chengdu is consistently ranked among the top ten cities to invest in.
  • Home to the Giant Panda and the capital of spicy Sichuan cuisine. This is where Kung Pao Chicken and all Pandas come from.
  • Preceded by an incredible amount of history and culture which has spanned more than 3,000 years and countless dynasties.

What drew people to Chengdu?

Temple of Marquis Wu

The most influential museum of Three-kingdom relics in China.

Du Fu Thatched Cottage

To commemorate Du Fu, who was one of the most noted Tang Dynasty poets and is considered the "Sage of Chinese Poets"

Wide & Narrow Alleys

Traditional Chengdu historic architecture street. They were first built during the Qing dynasty for Manchu soldiers.

Dujiangyan Irrigation System

The oldest existing irrigation project in the world with a history of over 2000 years.

Other local attractions include Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding (http://www.panda.org.cn/english/) and the Sanxingdui Museum (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sanxingdui_Museum).