Discover Chengdu multi-centres

The delightful city of Chengdu offers a glimpse into China's past as well as a chance to witness just a small part of the nation's natural world. In the city visitors can shop for arts and crafts, dine on sumputous Sichuan cuisine and discover the local culture. A visit to China is not complete without a trip to meet Chengdu’s much-loved pandas. Visit them at the Chengdu Panda Research Base and learn all about these instantly recognisable icons of China. 

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Chengdu, City & Nature Combinations


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