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After docking at Chongqing, a city of 33 million people and the biggest cities in China. In the 1970s the Chinese government chose Chongqing as a centre of industrial growth and many new factories were built there.The city is quite amazing with infrastructure eg freeways, monorail system etc constructed mainly after 2000. This city was the nation's capital during the war due to ...
... in Chongqing on holiday
As mentioned earlier, the ideal time of year to visit Chongqing is during the winter or during spring. However, if you choose to visit during the summer, you may need to pack accordingly for the high heat and humidity. Be sure to pack plenty of light and airy clothing as well as comfortable shoes. You will also need to ...
... of the Three Gorges Dam - apparently many of the one million people who were displaced by the construction of the dam ended up moving to the city and are one of the reasons for its rapid growth.
Even Lonely Planet appeared to not know much about Chongqing - offering only a half page of suggestions of things to see, while we aimed to tick off in our one full day there. On top of this it was a convenient place for us to do a lot of admin - sorting out phone ...
... and along the crest of the hills until you reach the top of the castle. The other is to go to the very bottom of the hill next to the river and then climb the massive amount of stairs to the top. As we were approaching, I noticed that we were taking the lower river route and I asked Paul if we could take the upper mountain route. He said the driver said the road was closed. That wasn’t good but Mitseru had climbed a little bit of Mt. Fuji with us so I just went with it. There is ...
... directly in front of others, and why I saw them out on the street the next day, but truly I have no idea.
I just had dinner with Yao Hong and Gao Qin and the word hot (referring to temperature) in Chinese came up. I always have trouble saying this word and people correct me daily. The word is热 or “re” in Pin Yin. It is pronounced kind of like the “ge” sound in genre, but the tip of your tongue is in the center of your mouth, not ...