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Discover Chengdu

Extend your stay in Chengdu. Chengdu, the capital of China's southwest Sichuan Province,  is famed for being the home of cute giant pandas. Located in the west of Sichuan Basin and in the center of Chengdu Plain, the city covers a total area of 4,749 square miles with a population of over 11 million.

Besides the amazing places of interest, the city offers a lot of inviting activities for visitors. Sampling the famous Sichuan food is a must here. The hot and spicy dishes and varied tasty snacks are sure to whip up your appetite. Go shopping at the Chunxi Road, spend a leisurely afternoon in a teahouse, and watch a Sichuan Opera performance at night – this would be a perfect day giving you a deeper understanding of this charming city.

Travel brings you endless possibilites.

Our 3 Day Tour includes:

  • Visit to the research base of the giant panda breeding center 

  • Tour of the picturesque city of Chengdu

  • Excursion to the quaint People's Park, Leshan, and the Grand Beauty.

  • Expert guide to tour the city's ancient history and learn why its a modern-day economic, transportation, and communication hub.

  • Air ticket from Hong Kong to Chengdu and return air ticket home from Chengdu.


Day 1:  Arrive in Chengdu.

          Tour Chengdu's most famous pedestrian street. Take a guided 

          tour of Chengdu with our expert guide learn about the city's                    ancient history see why its a modern-day economic,                                transportation, and communication hub.

          Enjoy a family style hot pot dinner

Day 2:  Spend half the day at the giant panda research center where                        you will: learn about the center's research and conservation efforts                to save giant pandas, observe pandas as they carry out daily                          activities- everything from eating to sleeping to playing.

            Bike to a tea plantation and try your hand at picking tea leaves 

            alongside local farmers.

Day 3: Visit Lantau Island and the Big Buddha

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