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OJDCT-01 4 Days Classic Chengdou  Panda Tour

Starting from $349 per person

Starting from $ 389 per person

Highlight:

  • The most popular cuisine--Chuan Cuisine
  • The most pretty animal of the world--panda

Day
01

 Chengdou

Warmly welcomed at the airport by your local guide and driver, and get transferred back to your hotel. The rest of the day leaves you free time to relax.

Meals: Western buffet breakfast

Accommodation:     Crown Plaza Chengdu City Center

Day
02

Chengdou

Visits: Panda Breeding Research Center,Dujiangyan Irrigation Project

Meals: Western buffet breakfast Chuan cuisine lunch

Accommodation:     Crown Plaza Chengdu City Center

Day
03

Chengdou

Visits: Jinli Acient Street, Jinsha Site Museum

Meals: Western buffet breakfast Chuan cuisine lunch

Accommodation:     Crown Plaza Chengdu City Center

Day
04

Finish



Farewell to Chengdu and transfer to airport to fly to your next destination. Service ends here.

Meals: Western buffet breakfast


Prices are in U.S. dollars and based on per person
Grade Luxury Standard

Group Size

Season

2-5 travelers 6-9 travelers 10 & above 2-5 travelers 6-9 travelers 10 & above
High Season
Double Occupancy
$479
$439
$399
$429
$399
$369
Single Room Supplement
$209
$199
$189
$139
$129
$119
Shoulder Season
Double Occupancy
$449
$426
$389
$399
$379
$349
Single Room Supplement
$196
$186
$176
$129
$119
$109

High Season - July to October       Shoulder Season - April and May


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Chengdou
Luxury
Crown Plaza Chengdu City Center
Standard
Ramada Chengdu North
  • 2014 Prices
  • 2015 Prices
Prices are in U.S. dollars and based on per person
Month Arrival Date Departure Date Double Occupancy Single Room Supplement
Month Arrival Date Departure Date Double Occupancy Single Room Supplement

Price included:

  • Hotel, Guide,Bus, Spots entrance and meal in the itinerary

Price don't included

  •  Flight tickets
  • Tips for guides
  • Optional tour and other private cost.

Spot Detail


Dujiangyan Irrigation Project Dujiangyan is the oldest and only surviving no-dam irrigation system in the world; andDujiangyan is the oldest and only surviving no-dam irrigation system in the world; and a wonder in the development of Chinese science. The project consists of three important parts, namely Yuzui, Feishayan and Baopingkou scientifically designed to automatically control the water flow of the rivers from the mountains to the plains throughout the year.
Over 2,200 years ago, the city was threatened by the frequent floods . Li Bing, a local official , together with his son, decided to construct an irrigation system on the Minjiang River to prevent flooding. After a lengthy study and a lot of hard work by the local people, the great Dujiangyan Irrigation Project was completed. Since then, the Chengdu Plain has been free of flooding and the people have been living peacefully and affluently. Now, the project is honored as the 'Treasure of Sichuan', which still plays a crucial role in draining off floodwater, irrigating farms and providing water resources for more than 50 cities in Sichuan province.

Jinli Ancient Street was set up and opened for public in 2004. Walking in this street, historic lanes, old official residences, vernacular dwelling, inns and shops will bring you back to the ancient China. After its recent renovation, Jinli Ancient Street has become one of the busy trading streets in Chengdu. On both sides of this 350-meter street there are numerous small stores selling handicrafts, antiques, and souvenirs such as Shu embroidery, lacquer products, folk handicrafts, old porcelain dishes, curios, or calligraphies and paintings.By combining the culture of the Three Kingdoms Period with the folk customs of Sichuan, the buildings on both sides including tea-houses, stores and hotels, are modeled on the architectural style of a traditional old town in western Sichuan Province from the Qing (1644-1911) Dynasty. The wooden steles and the brick-walls exhibit an ancient charm.

Jinsha Site Museum is a rare site museum among Chinese museums because of its combination of modern civilization and the civilization of ancient Shu State (Sichuan Province was called Shu State in ancient times), as well as the combination of ecological environment and culture. It was finally completed. Covering a total area of about 38,000 square meters (9 acres), it mainly consists of Relics Hall, Exhibition Hall, Cultural Heritage Protection Center and Ecological Garden.
Jinsha Site Museum is built to protect, study and display the archaeological finds of Jinsha Site, which was discovered by archaeologists in February 2001. Covering an area of about five square kilometers (1,236 acres), Jinsha Site probably dates back to about 3,000 years ago, the time from the late Shang Dynasty (17th-11th century BC) to the early Spring and Autumn Period (770 BC-476 BC). It is the core of Shang and Zhou Dynasty (17th century BC-221 BC) and the second ancient city of Shu State found only after the Three Ster Piles Museum. Altogether 63 sacrificial spots, 6,000 pieces of precious relics, over 70 building spots and 3 centralized cemeteries were unearthed here.

Panda Breeding Research Center The giant pandas are not only a Chinese national treasure but are also beloved by people the world over.Located just 10km (6miles) away from downtown Chengdu, the Panda Breeding Research Center has been created and imitated the pandas' natural habitat in order that they might have the best possible environment for rearing and breeding. It cares also for other rare and endangered wild animals with an area of 560 mus (92 acres), 96% of which is verdure. Giant pandas, lesser pandas, black-necked cranes, white storks as well as over 20 species of rare animals are fed and bred there throughout the year. Verdant bamboo, bright flowers, fresh air, a natural hill scene and a beautiful artificial view are merged ingeniously at the base.

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