The electricity of Chongqing’s port city buzzes below, where skyscrapers rise alongside artisan shops and global department stores, and fine dining restaurants sparkle alongside street-side stalls, deep aromas filling the air. Above, candles flicker and guests linger, dining al fresco under draped cabanas, planned rendezvous and chance encounters alike playing out against a panorama of contemporary China.
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Crisp linens. A soft yukata. Every layer beckoning you in deeper. Encased in tranquillity, it’s hard to believe a bustling, modern metropolis lies just outside your window.
Steam rises from bubbling broth as spices swirl (cardamom, fennel, hints of star anise), a comfort-filled cauldron primed to receive raw vegetables, protein and herbs. One part cuisine, one part cultural experience, the Chongqing hotpot rarely disappoints.
Across the river, Hongyadong emerges from the hillside. An ancient district built in traditional Bayu style, rows of raised buildings line the streets, auspicious paths to local delicacies, handicrafts and culture. When night falls, be sure to notice as lanterns illuminate the stilted architecture, highlighting a dazzling portal into old Chongqing.
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