A blend of natural beauty and Ba-Shu culture makes this land of abundance charming and mysterious. Gorgeous landscapes, immortal poems and essays endured through the ages, and spicy food, discover them all in Sichuan.
Ranging from 6,600 to 14,800 ft, nine Tibetan villages used to be established in the valley. Primeval forests and colourful lakes all together have turned it a serene world depicted in fairy tales.
It is one of the smallest yet the most spectacular water bodies. Powder blue, emerald, and crimson, the pond provides a stage showing the lavishly coloured beauty of nature.
The word "Nuorilang" is originated from Tibetan, which refers to male deity. Its imposing characteristic therefore is well delivered by its name - water getting splashed under sunshine or frozen in winter always brings excitement.
The lake is the source of Shuzheng Falls, and its name derived from the sound of splash resembling that of tiger's roar. The vivid colour of the surrounded woodland and the limpidity of the water itself have also displayed its peaceful side.
Officially sloganed "a city you will never want to leave once you come", Chengdu has acted as a central city for at least 2,000 years. It is home to Sichuan cuisine, as well as a leisure paradise - prosperous and relaxing.
With an environment simulating the wild, a unique opportunity is opened up here to be closer to cuddly pandas and rare animals.
The shrine is dedicated to both an Emperor and his premier, and even more strangely, it is named after the premier's posthumous title. It has gained an international prestige for being a sacred place of Three Kingdoms.
Built on the mountains and embraced by rivers, the night scene embellished by lights and their reflection is splendid. To see the famed "night rain in the Ba Mountains" whilst trying something spicy.That mirrors sheer tenacity embedded in the local's trait.
Influenced by Buddhist, Confucian and Taoist beliefs, the immortal masterpiece of sculptures and carvings conveys profound thoughts and philosophies.
The deep and graceful Gorge is cut by Yangtze River through Wu Mountains. Travel through the gorge to enjoy a journey often rendered in Chinese wash painting, and to experience the force of nature.
Hongya Cave is a distinctive "overhead pedestrian street", the stilt house complex built over cliff symbolises Ba culture and witnesses its vicissitudes.