Sichuan and Chongqing

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  • 1. Fengdu Ghost City

    Ruins

    Also known as Guicheng or the "city of devils," this city on the banks of the Yangtze is filled with temples, buildings, and statues depicting...Read More

  • 2. Little Three Gorges

    Nature Sight

    At the entrance to Wu Gorge, you can take a smaller boat navigated by local boatmen to the Little Three Gorges. These three gorges—Dragon Gate...Read More

  • 3. Badong

    Town/Village

    At the city of Badong, just outside the eastern end of Wu Gorge, boats leave for Shennongjia on the Shennong River, where you can take in the...Read More

  • 4. Ming Hill

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    The bamboo-covered Ming Hill is home to a Buddhist temple, a pavilion, and pagodas with brightly painted dragons and swans emanating from the...Read More

  • 5. Qutang Gorge

    Nature Sight

    The westernmost gorge of the Three Gorges, Qutang Gorge is also the shortest. The currents here are quite strong due to the natural gate formed...Read More

  • 6. Three Gorges

    Nature Sight

    The Three Gorges lie along the fault lines of what once were flourishing kingdoms. Those great kingdoms vanished into history and became,...Read More

  • 7. Three Gorges Dam

    Dam

    Xiling Gorge ends at the Three Gorges Dam. Nothing that you've seen or read about this project can possibly prepare you for its massive scale...Read More

  • 8. Wu Gorge

    Nature Sight

    The impressive Wu Gorge is 45 km (28 miles) long. Its cliffs are so sheer and narrow that they seem to be closing in on you as you approach...Read More

  • 9. Xiling Gorge

    Nature Sight

    About 76 km (47.2 miles) long, Xiling Gorge is the longest and deepest of all the gorges, with cliffs that rise up to 4,000 feet. It is undoubtedly...Read More

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