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Chengdu Jinli

Jinli Pedestrian Street

Attracting crowds every weekend, Jinli Ancient Street has for years been among Chengdu’s must-see tourist destinations. Ancient architecture is illuminated in the evening at Jinli.

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Shufeng Sichuan Opera House

Shufeng Sichuan Opera House

Located on the Qintai Lu Traditional Street, the Shufeng Sichuan Opera house is probably the most well known Sichuan Opera venue in Chengdu. Multiple performances nightly in an outdoor venue.

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chunxilu

Chunxi Road Shopping District

Chengdu’s major shopping and people watching district. Tons of food and retail options and always crowded – just a 15 minute walk East from the Mao Statue at Tianfu Square.

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Wenshu Monastery

Wenshu Monastery

Wenshu Monastery is the largest Buddhist monastery in the city by far. Enjoy the tranquility of Buddhist monks chanting inside the temple or just walk around the well manicured grounds.

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Dufu's Cottage

Dufu’s Cottage

Du Fu hid out here in Chengdu during the Tang Dynasty rebellion and wrote some of his most enduring verses. Today the city commemorates Du Fu with a park, a museum, and a thatched cottage.

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Qingyang Temple

Qingyang Temple

Qingyang Temple is one of the most serene temples in the city. Taoist monks come here to test into the order and just walk around and look sagely. There are vendors selling paintings and tea, too.

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Wuhou Temple

Wuhou Temple

Wuhou Temple is one of the more popular tourist sites in the city and the resting place of Liu Bei and Zhuge Liang, two ancient Sichuan heroes immortalized by popular Chinese lore. Located in the West of Chengdu.

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Chengdu's Tianfu Square

Tianfu Square

Chengdu’s central plaza and the site of the iconic Mao statue which presides over the center of the city. Also home to the central subway station in Chengdu and a park with fountains.

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