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Chengdu Travel Guide


  • History of Chengdu

    Archaeological discoveries at the Sanxingdui and Jinsha sites have established that the area surrounding Chengdu was inhabited over four thousand years ago. At the time of China's Xia, Shang, and Zhou dynasties, it represented a separate ancient bronze-wield ...

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  • Customs of Chengdu

    Most visitors to Chengdu find the social customs relaxed and the locals friendly and tolerant. Make a good impression during your Chengdu tour by greeting people you meet for the first time with direct eye contact, a firm handshake, and a warm smile. Show re ...

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  • Holidays & Festivals in Chengdu

    Try to plan your Chengdu vacation with local events in mind, but remember that China's national public holidays generally mean crowded tourist places, closed banks and post offices. The hotels are also very expensive during the public holidays. China's bigge ...

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  • Climate & Weather of Chengdu

    Chengdu has a monsoon-influenced humid subtropical climate and is largely mild and humid. It has four distinct seasons, with moderate rainfall concentrated mainly in the warmer months, and relieved from both sweltering summers and freezing winters. The Qin M ...

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  • Transportation in Chengdu

    Chengdu features one airport, three train stations, and seven main coach stations, all of which make it one of the easiest Chinese urban centers to reach from almost anywhere in the country or abroad. Air travel is the easiest way to get in Chengdu. If you'r ...

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  • Language of Chengdu

    Mandarin Chinese and Sichuanese are the most commonly spoken languages in Chengdu. The native language in Chengdu is Sichuanese, otherwise referred as Sichuan dialect. More precisely, "Chengdu Dialect" is widely used in lieu of "Sichuanese&quo ...

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  • Tipping in Chengdu

    Make your Chengdu holiday a pleasant experience by remembering that most Chengdu people view tipping as more than just an optional sign of appreciation. In much of the service industry wages are relatively low, with the expectation that gratuity will supplem ...

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  • Cuisine & Food in Chengdu

    Chengdu is an officially recognized UNESCO City of Gastronomy. Few cities in the world offer so many different dining options as Chengdu, prompting many people to visit the city for the sole purpose of experiencing its unique food culture. Chengdu (the capit ...

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