Reasons to Book Cheap Chengdu Flights
Chengdu is a former national capital and now the provincial capital and largest city of Sichuan Province, China. It is the epicenter of economic, commercial, cultural and communication activities in Western China and is widely acclaimed as the ‘Land of Milk and Honey’ for its prolific agricultural heritage. Emblematic to Chengdu’s identity is the presence of nearly 1200 giant pandas out of a total 1500 that are found in China.Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding
Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding is the world’s biggest breeding facility for giant pandas and other rare animals, and is situated in Chengdu. It has a good number of giant pandas and their allied breeds that can be best viewed during early mornings while they are being fed, as this endangered species usually sleeps through the day.Wenshu Temple
Wenshu Temple is the most impressive Buddhist temple in Chengdu. It was built by the rulers of Tang Dynasty sometime between 618 and 907 AD and is dedicated to the Buddhist representation of Wisdom (Wenshu Pusa or Manjusri Bodhisatva). It is home to more than 450 statues of Lord Buddha and other related religious artifacts.Du Fu Thatched Cottage
Du Fu (712-770 AD) was a gifted Chinese poet who lived during the Tang Dynasty in China. Du Fu Thatched Cottage sits amidst a scenic backdrop of lush greenery, lovely bridges, pathways and resting pavilions beside a river. Most of this was restored during last 500 years, and the highlights are now supplemented by the Gong Bu Memorial Hall, a study room, a kitchen and the Hall of Great Poets.