Cultural Tours of Sichuan:
Overview Collecting the most stunning unique skills in Sichuan Opera, such as face-changing, fire-spitting, light-rolling, marionette, hand-shadow, puppet opera…The show
With the history of more than 2300 years, Langzhong ancient city was most well-preserved ancient city in China. It is also the birthplace of Chinese New Year.
Highlights: Tiantai Mountain: Tiantai Mountain is a part of Qionglai Mountains, located in Qionglai (the hometown of Wenjun), one of
To experience the long and extensive Three Kingdoms Culture To experience the powerful atmosphere of “one man stands, no one conquers” To visit Langzhong, the fourth water town To taste delicious food of “three tops in Langyuan” and “Jianmen Tofu” To sigh the hanging glass observe stage of “the second in the world and the first in Asia”
Itinerary: Chengdu—Yingxiu—Shuimo Old Town At 8:00 in the morning, tourists start their trip from the hotel to Yingxiu Town. Tourists
5-day Trip in Seda, Xinduqiao and Tagong Day 1: Chengdu—Guanyinqiao Town In the morning: at 7: 30, tourists gather at the
three religious shrines in west Sichuan: Wuming Buddha Institute (the biggest in the world), Dongka Temple (holy and pure land) and Guanyin Temple (Little Potala Palace) Special itinerary: we particularly offer you the chance to experience deeply the rich humanistic culture and beautiful scenery. We promise proper itinerary, no road rushing and no high-altitude sickness. Deep experience
01/04/2016 - 06/01/2020
Highlights: World Heritage Site Dujiangyan Irrigation Project Taoist holy Mt. Qingchengshan Sichuan Cuisine, hot pot, Sichuan Opera-Face changing
Highlights: Largest Sitting Buddha in Leshan Holy Buddhist Mountain Emei Fans of Giant Panda Fairyland Jiuzhaigou Karst scenery in Huanglong Ancient Irrgation project Dujiangyan
Journey to the heart of Chinese Buddhism with visits to Dafo (the Giant Buddha) and Emei Shan (Mt. Emei). Dafo, at 71 m (233 ft) in height, is the world's largest stone-carved Buddha. Cut from the cliffs of Lingyun Shan and looming over the meeting of the Min and Dadu rivers and facing distant Emei Shan, the 400-year old world wonder is a sight to behold. Emei Shan itself is one of China's holiest mountains, and its mist-shrouded peaks, forested slopes, Buddhist temples, well-worn paths and winding stone stairs have drawn countless pilgrims over the centuries.