Here are ten introductory assets of the "Brocade City": #1 PANDAS Not counting the diminishing forests where they actually originate, Chengdu is China's "Panda Central." Just on the outskirts of town in the parks and gardens of the Giant Panda Breeding Research Base, scientists study and breed both the popular black and white giant pandas and their raccoon-like red cousins. can watch the blasé creatures chomping on the special species of bamboo which is meticulously harvested and carted down from the forests to feed them.#2 TRADITION Nestled among the downtown skyscrapers are two neighborhoods which have been preserved and re-created to represent the streets of old.Unwind in a neighbourhood teahouse, savour the authentic spicy food, enjoy wonderful Sichuan Opera performance, or visit religious and archaeological sites.Whatever one's interest, there is always plenty to do in Chengdu.When the nightlife just begins you can see hotties here and there, Lan Kwai Fong Bar Street is known for its high consumption and extravagance.Instead of using the name “Bar Street”, I prefer to call it a “Nightclub Street”.2.1km from hotel, taxi: 10mins, RMB10 Youngling is the five dynasties and ten states Shu Wang before the founding emperor's mausoleum, commonly known as the tomb when, China is the only known in the building above the ground and the first discovered through a formal imperial mausoleum.
Because the original Ming Shu palace, Chengdu people commonly known as emperor, the emperor temple name.
The family of dialects is now spoken by about 120 million people, which would make it the 10th most spoken language in the world if counted separately.
The area's warm damp climate long caused Chinese medicine to advocate spicy dishes; the native Sichuan pepper was supplemented by Mexican chilis during the Columbian Exchange to form modern Sichuan cuisine, whose dishes—including Kung Pao chicken and Mapo tofu—have become staples around the world, in reference to the ancient states of Ba and Shu which once occupied the Sichuan Basin.
Souvenir and food stalls alternate with cafes and restaurants in Jin Li and Kuan Xiangzi --even the Starbucks is "old fashioned." #3 FOOD In the capital city of Sichuan its notable cuisine is everywhere...
in restaurants and inexpensive hot pot shops and stalls scattered liberally around town.