River-Viewing Pavilion Park (Wang Jiang Lou Gong yuan) in Chengdu
CD04 River-viewing pavilion park, Qingyang palace, Kuanxiangzi 1 Day Tourfrom
Attraction: River-viewing pavilion park,the Qingyang palace, a famed taoist temple in China,Kuanxiangzi old street.
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Vacation Style Holiday TypeGuided Tours
Activity Level Leisurely
Duration: 1 day
River-Viewing Pavilion Park (Wang Jiang Lou Gong yuan)
The Qingyang Palace, a famed Taoist temple in China
Kuanxiangzi (wide lane) and Zhaixiangzi (narrow lane)
* All entrance fees as per in the itinerary
* All transportation in the itinerary by 7 seats Buick MPV or 17-22 seats Coast mini bus.
* Service of English speaking tour guide during all transfers and sightseeing.
* Hotel accommodation based on twin sharing room with the Breakfast in the hotel.
* Chinese visa and Air tickets or train tickets.
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* All meals (lunch and dinner).
Note: Our guide can recommend and arrange restaurant for you. When driver and guide working for you. You should pay for their meals
* All optional programs. Such as variety show of “Face changing” and “Flame Spitting-Out” of Sichuan Opera; Tibetan Singing, Dancing and folk custom Show.
* Travel Insurance.
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* Gratuities and Tips to driver and tour guide.
* Personal expenses: telephone, laundry, etc.
* Fees due to landslides, road blockade and flights delay.
Meet in your hotel and drive to River-Viewing Pavilion Park in the morning
Arrive in Chengdu, be met at the airport., drive to visit River-Viewing Pavilion Park (Wang Jiang Lou Gong yuan), it has more than 150 kinds of bamboo brought from all over Asia, and the lush bamboo forests provide plenty of shade in the summer. There is a four-story wooden ’river-viewing pavilion’ that was built in the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) in memory of Xue Tao, a Tang Dynasty poetess who often wrote about bamboo (thus bamboo is the park’s specialty). The pavilion overlooks the Jingjiang River. It is a good place for the local people to drink tea and play Taichi or Chinese Gongfu.
After lunch, visit the Qingyang Palace
a famed Taoist temple in China, is in the beautiful and cultural relic laden city Chengdu. It is in the west of the city on the bank of the Jinjiang River.The temple has been restored repeatedly in the Qing Dynasty (1644 – 1911), but retaining almost all its original scale and style. The main buildings in Qingyang Palace are Lingzu Hall, Qiankun (the universe) Hall, Eight Diagrams Pavilion, Sanqing Hall and Doulao Hall, etc. Among them, the Eight Diagrams Pavilion, presenting the feature of Taoism, is one of the main parts of the palace. The base of this majestic structure, with exquisite carvings and enchasing is square and the body is round, supported by eight pillars with eight dragons engraved on each. The spacious main hall, Sanqing Hall worshipped three statues, in front of which is standing a pair of special bronze goats. One of the goats has a single horn with unique shape – the characteristics combination of 12 animals of China.
visit the Kuanxiangzi (wide lane) and Zhaixiangzi (narrow lane)
It used to be home to officials in the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) dynasties and are among the city’s cultural heritage sites still intact today. Originally, single-story houses and courtyards featured the specialty of the area. To relive the taste of local life years ago, teahouses and folk arts are readily found in the area while displays of the lifestyle, dialects, food and customs of Chengdu in the past will be reinstated in museums.
As an option in the evening (200CNY extra), enjoy a wonderful variety show of “Face changing” and “Flame Spitting - Out” of Sichuan Opera.
Qingyang Palace - a famed Taoist temple in China, is in the beautiful and cultural relic laden city Chengdu.
It used to be home to officials in the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) dynasties and are among the city’s cultural heritage sites still intact today.
Face Changing and Spitting Fire in Sichuan Opera