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No.208 Shijicheng Road(West Building), Gaoxin District, Chengdu, China
No.88 Century City Road, Wuhou District, Chengdu, China
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... is available and what sights to see. First on our list was the Chengdu Giant Panda Research and Breeding Centre. Sichuan is where most Pandas live in their natural habitat and is therefore the perfect place for a research centre. There ...
... blood.... nobody" - Dodgeball Ah.... life at high altitude. From one 4500m village to the other, we're finally experiencing rural China and some fine, fine living. And some awful food, obviously. Litang is, to all extents and purposes, a Tibetan ...
Day 4 and a very different day. We knew that today would be easier as according to the schedule it was an easy 60km to Danba. It was a beautiful day with clear blue skies and this made the scenery all the more impressive. Today was all ...
... first stop was a bar not far from the hotel and Nic and the others ordered a bottle of Jack Daniels. Unfortunately China is the land of imitation and genuine JD is very difficult to get hold of. So they were presented with a bottle ...
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Located at 6,500 feet in the verdant mountains of Sichuan Province, this reserve is one of the last strongholds of the giant panda.
Xiongmao DaDao, northeast of the zoo, Chengdu, Sichuan, China
Jiuzhaigou, Sichuan, China
This deep valley has a variety of scenery including lakes, waterfalls, snowy mountains and lush green forests. It is a home of rare animal species such as the giant panda.
Leshan, Sichuan, China
A scenic mountain area houses important Buddhist temples.
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Posted by happysheep
... an Austrian-American explorer published in National Geographic, we followed the route of Joseph Rock from Yunnan into Sichuan. Just before we arrived in China, there had been a large earthquake in Lijiang, a small town in north-west Yunnan. After our ...
Posted by evamaria85
... in three weeks, it's doable. I more or less did that tour in 2004, the itenerary was as follows: Beijing, Inner Mongolia, Sichuan, Yangzte River, Nanjing, Huang Shan, Shanghai. You don't really specify what you want to see, is it a city holiday, ...
Posted by fdakuae
... that you can have a real scnery and cultural places among Tibet but not really at Tibet Provicne which is at Yunnan and Sichuan region . Basically I went to Shanghai once, and Guangzhou twice their you will not have places to do much maybe for shopping ...
Posted by evamaria85
... the dessert in Inner Mongolia, the lush rain forests of southern Yunnan, the snow covered peaks of Tibet, pandas in Sichuan (though they are currently in Beijing because of the Olympics and the earth quake), visiting rice paddies in Guangxi, travelling by ...
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