Are you planning to travel to Chongqing soon? Read our tips below on the things to do in Chongqing and where to stay!
Located in the southwestern part of China, Chongqing is a municipality you must visit. This is the place where you will see the Three Gorges Museum that attracts lots of tourists from around the world. Check out below our list of the places to visit and things to do in Chongqing as your future reference.
List of Best Things to do in Chongqing, China
The three gorges are known for having scenic beauty. It’s a 120-mile stretch of the Yangtze River that has river cruises as its primary attraction. The ship that boards from Chongqing is not so big, but it is a luxurious passenger ship. The Gorges are spectacular. It is possible to disembark from the ship and with a small boat go into the gorges for incredible photos!
The museum is well designed, also architecturally beautiful. It is easily accessible via the spectacular metropolitano line 2, Medida station Zengjiayan, exit A, via a long corridor directly to People’s Square. The museum offers different topics on several floors and different rooms. Those who have the time and interest can learn a lot more about the Yangtze, the gorges, the dam, and the life of the towers before the construction of the mega-dam.
The Hongya Cave is nice to look at and offers a good introduction to Chinese life. This old part of Chongqing was completely rebuilt a few years ago. Commerce is also very important in this tourist stronghold. You don’t necessarily have to take the elevator down to this part of the city, but you have to see Hongya Cave merienda during a visit to Chongqing, especially at night.
Strolling around Jiefangbei Square in the evening is definitely worth it. Pompous, futuristic buildings, well-staged by elaborate lighting, leave a lasting impression. The city is basically interesting with its special location and worth a stop. It’s located in the center of Chongqing, also very suitable for shopping.
The Ghost City of Fengdu is more of a collection of temples than a ghost town. It has an interesting layout with countless ghost scenes. But if you want to find out about the place on your own, you will surely get bored. A knowledgeable person or a tour guide should definitely be there with you to explain everything and it will become very exciting.
Where to Stay in Chongqing, China
Fangorn Hostel features accommodation with a restaurant, private parking, a bar, and a shared lounge. Boasting family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. Guests at the hostel can also enjoy a continental or à la carte breakfast.
Price: Starts at $6 per night for a , taxes and charges included, add $2 for breakfast, and it offers a free cancellation.
The Westin Chongqing Liberation Square
Offering a spa and wellness center, the Westin Chongqing Liberation Square is located in Chongqing, just a 2-minute walk from the Chongqing People’s Liberation Monument. A 5-minute walk from Xiaoshenzi Subway Station (Line 1), the Westin Chongqing Liberation Square is a 6-minute drive from Chaotianmen. Each room here will provide you with air conditioning, an iPod dock, and a satellite TV.
Price: Starts at $175 per night for a , add $28 for taxes and charges, $29 for breakfast, and offers a free cancellation.
These are the possible things you can do in Chongqing. So if you are ready to have a fun and exciting trip, you know what to do and where to go! So pack your things now and prepare yourself for a wonderful adventure in Chongqing.
Fun Facts About Chongqing, China
- Chongqing is one of the biggest municipalities in the world.
- During the Sino-Japanese War, it used to be the hacienda of Nationalist China.
- It was under the administration of Sichuan province from 1954-1997.
- Chongqing is nicknamed the “Fog Renta” of China.
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