Wuhou Shrine

Wuhou Shrine, located on Wuhou Street in Chengdu, is a shrine to commemorate Zhuge Liang, the prime minister of the Shu Kingdom during the Three Kingdoms period. When it was first built, it was adjacent to the ancestral temple of Liu Bei, Emperor Zhao Lie, and later merged into the Han Zhao Lie Temple in the early period of Ming Dynasty.

The garden area of Wuhou Shrine is located on the west side of Wuhou Shrine. It was originally the tomb of Liu Xiang, the chairman of Sichuan Province during the Republic of China. There are stone archway gate, three cave gate, four square pavilion, jianxin hall, tomb room and other buildings in the area, which is the only cemetery complex in the southwest with the north style. Wuhou Shrine is adjacent to Jinli Old Street and can be visited together.

Wuhou Shrine is also one of the local monuments. There are many tourists, the buildings are well preserved and protected, and they are very antique. The transportation there is also convenient.

Chengdu Wuhou Shrine is an ancient scenic spot, which shows the development of ancient times and human history, and here is the inheritance of the Chengdu Shu Kingdom culture, and there are records of people in the Bashu area. There is not only historical culture, but also many famous Bashu Snacks and Chengdu snacks that are very attractive, and the price is not expensive. There are many accommodations in the surrounding area.

Wuhou Shrine is a must-see attraction in Chengdu. It is the most classic historical landscape of the Three Kingdoms culture and a national key cultural relics protection unit. There is a large courtyard at the back, extending in all directions, and there is a bonsai garden, and a small river whose water scenery is also good!

Jinli Old Street

Jinli was once one of the oldest and most commercial streets in the history of West Sichuan. It was famous all over the country during the Qin and Han Dynasties. At present, Jinli covers an area of more than 30,000 square meters, with a construction area of 14,000 square meters. The total length of the street is 550 meters. Taking western Sichuan folk houses in the late Ming and early qing dynasties as the outer coat, the culture of The Three Kingdoms and Chengdu folk customs as the connotation, it integrates tourism shopping, leisure and entertainment as a whole.

The Jinli Old Street is very similar to Kuanzhai Alley, it is very recommended to visit. It is a popular spot in Chengdu that should be included in your Chengdu itinerary, and it is part of the Chengdu Wuhou Temple Museum. At dusk, Jinli will light up and has a charm, which is very suitable for taking pictures. In Jinli, not to eat snacks is the biggest regret. The famous and delicious snacks include noodles, beef coke cake, sugar and oil fruit and so on. There is also a shop that sells fried stinky tofu and artichokes, which is also a famous snack in Sichuan.

A string of red lanterns, makes Jinli charming, and it is worthwhile to go shopping, tasting a variety of snacks, which are full of Chengdu flavor. As an ancient relic hidden in the center of Chengdu, the Jinli Ancient Street now seems to have restored the prosperity and bustling of the year. The architectural style of Chuanxi iss displayed here. Although it has been commercialized, in ancient times, the meaning of the existence of Jinli Old Street is also for economic trade.

Jinli, in addition to integrate the life feelings of Chengdu, it also shows the bright and long history, rich folk customs and honest folkway to the traveler. Walking through the Jinli Old Street, it is not only the opening of the ancient town tour, but also the cultural experience of the southwest Sichuan and Chongqing.

Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding

As the “Chinese cultural city” and “China’s best tourist city”, Chengdu carries thousands of years of history, and the UNESCO Creative Cities Network has awarded it the title of “Gourmet Capital”. Chengdu city attractions are more concentrated, you can spend one to two days visiting all of them. The best spots are scattered around the area, and it is more appropriate to arrange 2-4 days to explore the charm there. Dujiangyan and Qingcheng Mountain cannot be missed during your trip to Chengdu, and it usually takes 2-3 days to play there.

The Giant Panda Breeding Research Institute is the closest giant panda base in Chengdu. You can be in close contact with the pandas. It completely simulates the wild panda’s wild living environment. It has lakes, streams, bamboo forests, lawns, etc., and has more than 100 giant pandas.

There is a giant panda museum near the gate, where you can send a postcard with a panda postmark at the Panda Post Office, and you can also watch a documentary about the giant panda at the cinema. In addition to giant pandas, you can also see small animals such as black-necked cranes, peacocks, and herons. It is best to watch the panda before 09:30 in the morning (during 09:00-11:00 a.m. it has a feeding time).

Official telephone number of the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding: 028-83510033;028-83516808.

Visiting time needed for reference: one day.

How to go to the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding:

Take bus no. 87, 198a, 198, 867 and get off at panda base station.


Adult ticket: 58 RMB (from Monday – Sunday during January 1st – December 31st)

Half-ticket: people who are between 6 years old to 18 years-old, people who are over 60 years old to 70 years old, with a valid certificate can purchase half-price tickets.

Free of charge: Children under 6 years old or under 1.3 meters in height, people over 70 years old, with a valid certificate can enter the scenic spot without tickets.

Opening hours:

07:30-18:00 (from Monday – Sunday during January 1st – December 31st)