Chengdu

Things to Do & Attractions in Chengdu

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Sichuan Opera House

4.5 star rating: Recommended 8 Reviews

For more than 100 years dancers, singers and other performers have been presenting traditional Sichuan operas for travelers and tourists seeking a true cross ...  Read more

Sanxingdui Museum

4.5 star rating: Recommended 5 Reviews

When a Sichuan peasant in 1929 unearthed a piece of jade while digging ditches in a field, he set in motion a chain of events which would lead to the largest ...  Read more

Huanglongxi

4.5 star rating: Recommended 4 Reviews

An ancient town located about 18.6 miles (30 km) southeast from Chengdu, Huanglongxi is named for the Huanglong River, which flows through it. The town ...  Read more

Wuhou Memorial Temple

4.5 star rating: Recommended 4 Reviews

With a past that dates back nearly 2,000 years this popular temple complex in southern Chengdu is steeped in various levels of history and lore. Occasionally ...  Read more

Wuyou Temple

4.5 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

After visiting the Leshan Giant Buddha, make your way to Wuyou Temple on Wuyou Mountain. Traverse the picturesque Haoshang Bridge, a shortcut to the temple ...  Read more

Qingyang Palace

4 star rating: Recommended 16 Reviews

An early Tang Dynasty classic, Qingyang Palace is considered to be one of the oldest and most important Taoist temples in all of China due to its location near ...  Read more

Wenshu Temple

4 star rating: Recommended 15 Reviews

Located in the northern reaches of Chengdu, Wenshu Temple is often regarded as the best preserved Buddhist temple in the entire city. Originally known as ...  Read more

Happy Valley Chengdu

While small compared to the Happy Valley parks in Shanghai, Beijing, and Shenzhen, Happy Valley Chengdu features more than 40 rides and provides an ...  Read more

Huanglong National Park

Brilliant turquoise pools, quiet rivers, cascading waterfalls and mystical yellow rocks are just part of what makes Huanglong National Park, a UNESO World ...  Read more

Jinsha Site Museum

This popular museum is a rare blend of modern Chinese civilization and old-world Shu State history, known for its “three mosts” distinction. Opened in 2006, ...  Read more

Jiuzhaigou Valley

Set in northern Sichuan Province, Jiuzhaigou Valley is regarded by many Chinese as a place akin to being heaven on Earth. One of China’s most famous National ...  Read more

Kuan-Zhai Lane (China’s Lane)

When Chinese soldiers of the Qing Dynasty returned from war with Tibet in 1718, many of the soldiers and their families based themselves around Kuan-Zhai Lane ...  Read more

Luodai

Visitors flock to Luodai, an ancient town located in the Sichuan area of China, about 12.8 miles (20 kilometers) from Chengdu City. Situated at the base of ...  Read more

Museum of Sichuan Cuisine

Learn where Sichuan got its spice at the Museum of Sichuan Cuisine. Located about a 1.5-hour drive by car outside of downtown Chengdu near Pixian Old Town, ...  Read more

Zhaojue Temple

Considered one of the most important Zen Buddhist temples in western Sichuan, Zhaojue Temple dates back to the 600s, though little remains of the original ...  Read more

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