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Fall Fever: Chongqing Activities Before Winter Arrives HOT

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With the long winter just around the corner, it is time to treasure the more hospitable autumn season. Whether you are looking forward to winter in Chongqing or not, here are some autumnal activities you might like to consider. ... Read More>>

3 Chongqing’s Wildlife Parks: Enter at Your Own Risk HOT

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As one of the largest cities in China, Chongqing is chock full of animals. Well, about 30 million humans at least. However, if you want to want to interact with something a little more wild than a stray cat, Chongqing still has something to offer. ... Read More>>

The Rail-y Pink Line: Activities along Chongqing’s Line 6 HOT

The latest addition to Chongqing’s rail network is subway line 6. Demurely represented in pink, this metro line cuts some heavy metal across much of Chongqing’s up-and-coming Liangjiang New Area.... Read More>>

Stay Rail – Chongqing’s Line 3 Attractions and Amenities HOT


Connecting upper-crust Yubei with the humbler Nan’an heartlands, the blue line 3 is a vital connection for travelers arriving by air or rail. It also hosts a lot of weird and wonderful sights to be seen. Here is your total guide to Chongqing’s Line 3 ...... Read More>>

Even Better Than the “Rail” Thing: Chongqing’s Line 2 Sights HOT

Here’s a guide to enjoying all the sights and attractions located along Line 2 of Chongqing’s Metro. Get on board and let the good times roll! ... Read More>>

Keeping it “Rail” – Sight-seeing by Subway Line 1 in Chongqing HOT

Going to sightsee in Chongqing? Then use this handy guide to visit the sights by using Chongqing subway! This guide shows the way along Chongqing subway Line 1.... Read More>>

Chongqing: A Walk in the (Free) Park HOT

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Rampant inflation has been sweeping across China's megacities and Chongqing has certainly not been spared. However, clichéd as it may sound, the best things in Chongqing are indeed free. In a mountain city at the confluence of the Jialing and ....... Read More>>

Surviving Summer in a Chongqing Furnace HOT


Chongqing is known as one of the "three furnaces" (火炉) of China, together with Wuhan and Nanjing, and not without good reason! Typical Chongqing summer temperatures soar above 40 degrees. High temperatures coupled with high humidity ...... Read More>>

Doorstep Exploration: Quick Mountain Getaways within Chongqing HOT

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Since ancient times, Chongqing has been known as "mountain city", and not without good reason. The undulating sight of foggy green-shrouded hills had long captured the imaginations of poets and writers. In modern times, this translates into ...... Read More>>

The Disappearing Streets of Old Chongqing HOT

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Today’s Chongqing is by all appearances like any other modern metropolis, with gleaming skyscrapers and shiny automobiles. The Chinese government seems intent on giving its newest municipality a freshly minted façade through ...... Read More>>

Sightseeing on a Shoestring: Chongqing’s Free Attractions HOT

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Soaring inflation coupled with a strengthening currency indicate that China’s days as an economical tourist destination are over. Besides, in stopover cities like Chongqing, transit visitors often prefer to save their cash for a cruise down the Yangtze. ... Read More>>

Chongqing’s Dazu Grottoes and Stone Carvings HOT

87 kilometres west of Chongqing lies the county of Dazu (大足). This small mountainous town has become one of China’s most famous historical sites, as it was here that an enormous collection of beautiful and spectacular ancient grottoes and ...... Read More>>

Wonders of Nature: Wulong National Geological Park HOT

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Wulong Karst Landscapes National Geological Park (武隆天坑地缝国家地质公园) is one of the largest geological parks in Chongqing. With amazing topography marked by awe-inspiring karst landscapes (landscape shaped by the dissolution of a ...... Read More>>

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