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  • Yubei District, Chongqing, 401120 CN
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Things to Do in Chongqing, China

Find natural wonders, exotic shopping centers, beautiful golf courses and much more.


Arts & Cultural

Chongqing Library
Founded in 1947, Chongqing Library is one of five national libraries and one of the largest comprehensive public libraries in China. Called the "cultural fortune" of China, the documents housed here number more than three million.

Ci Qi Kou (Porcelain Village)
Traverse the narrow streets of this historic town and shop for porcelain and other handicrafts. Enjoy tea and curated dining in small boutique restaurants along the way.

Fengdu Ghost City
Located on the north bank of the Yangtze River, the buildings of Fengdu represent the concept of the underworld in Buddhism. Visitors enjoy walking under the city's three arches to test their inherent goodness per purported demons that inhabit this 2,000 year-old site.


Points of Interest

Chongqing Garden Expo Park
This pastoral stretch of land is located in Longjinghu Park, and features breathtaking views of mountains, lakes, gorges and Beipei city. Stroll theme gardens, modern gardens, traditional gardens and more.

Chongqing Zoo
Glimpse the Giant Panda eating bamboo in his authentic place of origin. A good idea is to visit early in the morning and avoid the crowds of the afternoon.

Hongya Cave
Propped against the landscape where the Jialing and Yangtze Rivers meet, this complex encompasses a waterfall, paved streets, a theater and more - all built directly into the mountainside.

Simian Mountain
Breathe restorative forest air at the waterfalls of Simian Mountain, or hike and boat at the Great Red Sea. Visiting this serene natural wonder is a great way to escape the bustle of urban Chongqing.


Shopping

The Chaotianmen Market
Recommended for day and night visits, this shopping district offers the chance to buy local crafts, local produce and just about anything else you need. It is the largest wholesale market in Chongqing.

Nan Bin Road
Find fragrant and beautiful flowers in over 100 flower shops, along with unique teas in this popular shopping district located near the entrance to Huang Ge Du Park. Enjoy the sights and aromas derived from both the floral arrangements and the exotic teas.

North and West Paradise Walk
Find two large shopping squares in Jiulongpo's commercial circle, featuring stores, restaurants, entertainment facilities and more. These shopping squares are ideal for the modern shopper.


Sports & Entertainment

Chongqing International Golf Club
Just 17 kilometers from downtown, this golf course is located near the South Spring Scenic Area on hilly terrain. Perhaps the most challenging golf course in Chongqing, the club also offers gymnasium, restaurants, clubhouse and conference center.

Chongqing Olympic Sports Center
Home primarily to football (American soccer) matches, this modern stadium holds 58,680 people. Built in 2004, it features grand covered searing and modern facilities.

Northern Hot Springs Park
Ten springs grace this popular destination, with temperatures ranging from 35 degrees C (95 degrees F) to 37/98.6 degrees. The water contains restorative alkali minerals and provides an excellent way to relax.