Things To Do In Chengdu In WinterBest Things To Do In Chengdu during the winter!

Last Update: 23rd November 2019


What Are The Things To Do In Chengdu In Winter?
Are you planning for your visit to Chengdu in winter? Although it is a little cold in winter in Chengdu, it offers a variety of things to do in winter.

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Sichuan Opera
Sichuan Opera is well-known for face-changing. It is a feast for your eyes if you have strong interest in operas. You could admire the stunning opera at Furong Guocui (芙蓉国粹) in Jinjiang Theather (锦江剧场) , Shufeng Yayun (蜀风雅韵) at No. 136, Qintai Road (琴台路), Gaiwan Liyuan (盖碗梨园) , and Yijing Huiguan (艺境会馆) on the Kuanzhai Ancient Street.

Jinli Pedestrian Street
Jinli Pedestrian Street is very popular among locals. With a length of 550 meters, it offers local snacks, handicrafts (sugar paintings, clay figures and paper cutting) and shadow plays. Featuring the style in the Ming (1368 – 1644) and Qing (1644 – 1912) Dynasties, some of the old buildings are transformed into unique hotels or bars.

West Pearl Tower
West Pearl Tower offers a great spot to enjoy the skyline and panoramic views of Chengdu. It is 339 meters tall. At the height of 208 meters, the indoor observation deck offers 4 viewing cameras to let you admire the views of the city from different angles. The outdoor observation deck at the height of 218 meters lets your adrenaline rise when you stand on the see-through glass viewpoint.

Kuanzhai Ancient Street
Kuanzhai Ancient Street offers the old buildings in the Qing Dynasty. You could experience the authentic local life style as well as modern atmosphere there. It is dotted with creative shops with crafts and antiques, a variety of hotels, restaurants and bars. The classic culture and modern culture get on well with each other on the street.

Jinsha Archaeological Site
If you are interested in the old culture of the Ancient Shu Kingdom from the 12th Century BC to the 7th Century BC, Jinsha Archaeological Site will satisfy your curiosity. With an area of around 5 square kilometers, the site was the old capital of the kingdom. Bases of large buildings, the ritual area, general residential areas, large cemeteries, and means of production and articles of daily use are found there.

Wuhouci Temple
Wuhouci Temple is the largest site museum in the Three Kingdoms (220 – 280) in China. The temple was built to commemorate Zhuge Liang (181 – 234), the prime minister of the Shu-Han Dynasty (221 – 263) in the Three Kingdoms Period. In addition, the forever sleeping place of Liu Bei (161 – 223), the king of Shu-Han Dynasty is located in the area as well.

Chengdu Panda Research Base
​Giant pandas always attracts attentions because of their cuteness. Chengdu Panda Research Base is one of the must-visit spots in Chengdu. At the base, the giant pandas chase after one another, or eat bamboo shoots or enjoy the sunbath. If you are lucky enough, you may see the panda cubs sucking milk from the feeding bottle.

Wenshu Temple
Wenshu Temple is the best-preserved Buddhist temple in Chengdu. It offers more than 300 statues of Buddha, including clay figures, steel ones, wooden and stone sculptures. The jade statue of Buddha taken from Myanmar in 1922, and the bronze statue of Buddha in the Qing Dynasty are highlights in the temple.


Qingcheng Mountain
Qingcheng Mountain features green woods around the year and old Taoist buildings. It is acclaimed as one of the main four sacred Taoist mountains across China. The Taoism on the mountain could date back to 143 AD. If you want to visit it in winter, it is strongly recommend that you wear enough warm clothes.

Dujiangyan Irrigation System
Originally built between 256 BC and 251 BC, Dujiangyan Irrigation System is the oldest, only preserved but still in use irrigation system for more than 2,000 years. When you explore the great project in a close distance, you would be amazed and shocked at the wisdom of the people nearly 2,300 years ago. The main structures include the fish-mouth-type dividing dike, the bottle neck and the Flying Sand Weir – the flood-relief channel.



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