Chengdu Tour- Hometown of Giant Pandas

5 Days
Chengdu, China
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Package Description

Chengdu is a fifth most popular city in the China to visit. Chengdu is also main transportation hub of southwest China and the gateway to Tibet, where travelers should apply for their travel permits and stock up on supplies. It is also a hometown of giant cute pandas. In Chengdu Panda Breeding and Research Center, Bifengxia Panda Base, and Dujiangyan Panda Valley, you can see Pandas closely. People of Chengdu loves to live leisure life. So, you can experience the giant pandas lifestyles,  historical sites and local leisure lifestyle of Chengdu.

Chengdu is also a city renowned for its handicrafts. After 220 AD, Chengdu developed a reputation for silk and as a printing center.  In fact, Chengdu has the distinction of being the first city in the world to produce paper money. Besides that, Chengdu’s favorite and most popular food is the sweat-inducing hot pot (literally “fire pot”), which is renowned for being spicy, oily and packed with plenty of numbing Sichuan peppercorns but, if you can’t take spicy food then you probably won’t appreciate the subtleties of their legendary spicy cuisine. However, for those who have never before eaten food cooked in a bubbling vat of chili oil simmering away at their table, having hotpot for the first time can be quite a shock to the system.

DAY 1: Departure from Kathmandu and Chengdu Arrival then a trouble-free transfer to your hotel.

DAY 2: The Panda Breeding and Research Center and Kuan-Zhai Alley Tour – where we lunch is at a Chinese restaurant learning  the Sichuan-style dishes then, we will go to Chengdu People’s Park. The day’s last destination is Kuan-Zhai Lane which is an ancient street with hundreds of years’ history combined with modern elements.

DAY 3: The Giant Buddha Tour is Listed as one of the UNESCO World Heritage sites in 1992 which is 71 meters high and has the largest existing inscription on a precipice in the world.

DAY 4: The Mount Emei Tour which is another UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the four famous Buddhist mountains in China.

DAY 5: Chengdu Departure

  • All airfare during tour
  • All visa fee and government taxes
  • Entrance to scenic spots
  • Guiding by experienced English-speaking tour guide
  • Private transfers between the airport, attractions, and hotel
  • Hotel accommodation with breakfast
  • Public shuttle buses in the mountains and a specified cable car
  • Cruise to see the Leshan Giant Buddha
  • Food samples
  • Bottled water
  • Personal expenses

Umesh Ghimire