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The St. Regis Chengdu - Chengdu Hotels

The St. Regis Chengdu

88 Taisheng Road South, Chengdu - Map
 
 
5.0 out of 5 (1 reviews)
Fraser Suites Chengdu - Chengdu Hotels

Fraser Suites Chengdu

111 Zhihui Street, Chengdu - Map
 
 
4.7 out of 5 (105 reviews)
Kempinski Hotel Chengdu - Chengdu Hotels
AU$176

Kempinski Hotel Chengdu

Ren Min Nan Road 42, Chengdu - Map
 
 
4.1 out of 5 (22 reviews)
The brand new five-star Kempinski Hotel Chengdu, owned by the Sichuan XiangYang Real Estate Group, Ltd. This modern luxury …More
Dorsett Grand Chengdu - Chengdu Hotels
AU$129

Dorsett Grand Chengdu

168 Xi Yulong Street, Chengdu - Map
 
 
4.2 out of 5 (59 reviews)
Dorsett Grand Chengdu-managed by Dorsett Hotels International is located at the famous historical Luoma Market area of …More
Niccolo Chengdu - Chengdu Hotels

Niccolo Chengdu

Tower 4 IFS No.1 Section 3, Chengdu - Map
 
 
Minyoun Royal Hotel - Chengdu Hotels

Minyoun Royal Hotel

No.39 Zidong Lou Section of East Street, Chengdu - Map
 
 
4.6 out of 5 (16 reviews)
Shangri-la Hotel Chengdu - Chengdu Hotels

Shangri-la Hotel Chengdu

9 Binjiang Dong Road, Chengdu - Map
 
 
4.6 out of 5 (74 reviews)
In downtown Chengdu, the hotel overlooks the Jinjiang River and is three km (two miles) from Du Fu’s historic …More
Somerset Riverview Chengdu - Chengdu Hotels

Somerset Riverview Chengdu

No 1 Section 3, Renmin South Road, Chengdu - Map
 
 
4.6 out of 5 (75 reviews)
Howard Johnson Hi-tech Plaza Chengdu - Chengdu Hotels

Howard Johnson Hi-tech Plaza Chengdu

No. 338, Tiantai Road, Chengdu - Map
 
 
4.8 out of 5 (5 reviews)
Howard Johnson Hi-Tech Plaza Chengdu is strategically located within the city's Hi-Tech Zone and adjacent to the Tianfu …More
Chengdu Tianfu Sunshine Hotel - Chengdu Hotels

Chengdu Tianfu Sunshine Hotel

No.2 Taisheng North Road, Chengdu - Map
 
 
4.1 out of 5 (40 reviews)

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    Pocket Guide: Chengdu

    There’s far more to the sleepy Chinese city of Chengdu than meets the eye. Many will rave about its hotpot cuisine and tea (and they’re right, those are definitely not to be missed), but a city with a population of over 14 million people (fourth largest in China) definitely has more up its sleeve. Booking one of the Chengdu hotels on our list will put you right in the thick of it.

    Chengdu attractions cover a lot of ground, from history to some stunning scenery provided by midland China, but there is one place that is a must-visit, especially for lovers of nature and cuddly, adorable animals. The Chengdu Panda Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding is the largest facility of its kind in the world and has gone from having six pandas in 1987 to 83 in 2008. The enclosures let you have a much closer view than most other facilities and you can even hold a panda cub for an extra fee. The base is located northeast of the city and if you go in the morning you’ll see the pandas at their most active.

    Those looking for more nature will find it in abundance both in and outside the city. You can take daytrips to see the waterfalls, wooded landscape and historic architecture of Mount Qingcheng and Qingchengshan-Dujiangyan National Park 40 kilometres to the northwest, or spend a couple of hours in Huan Huaxi Park in the city centre.

    From afar, Chengdu has a modern skyline of high-rise buildings, but at the street level you’ll see that this hides some very impressive monuments and buildings that are stunning remnants of a history that stretches back to 311 BC. Sites like Qingyang Temple and Wenshu Yuan Monastery are home to a peaceful atmosphere in this already laid-back city, helping them become more a part of the cityscape than historical attractions found in other destinations. There is also the Anshun Bridge, which resembles historical architecture despite being built in 2003. It is a beautiful, multi-tiered structure that crosses the Jin River and houses a popular restaurant on its upper veranda.

    Food is something of a specialty in Chengdu. It lives up to its role as the capital of the Sichuan province, with the area’s spicy cuisine found well-prepared and almost everywhere you look. Everything enjoys at least a sprinkle of Sichuan pepper, from the famous hotpot – in which you cook all sorts of meats, vegetables and other ingredients – to snacks. If you’re keen for other cuisine, there’s everything from Thai food to pizza to fill you up.

    So wot are you waiting for? Take those first steps into inner China with a city that has more than you could ask for. Check our flights to Chengdu and book your Chengdu accommodation!
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