Chengdu will soon be adding another humongous skyscraper to its skyline: a 468 meter high crystalline skyscraper built by the same people who built the current tallest building in the world (Burj Khalifa), Adrian Smith and Gordon Gill.
They will also build the future tallest building in the world (Kingdom Tower), which will be built in Jeddah and be over 1000 meters tall.
This tower in Chengdu will be the tallest building in China’s Southwest.
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If you’re planning a trip out of Chengdu this winter, consider travelling to the western part of Sichuan Province. Although it is cold at this time of year, the lack of rain and brilliant blue skies make this a stunning destination.
Chengdu saw a motionless contest this week, for the first time ever. The 200 participants were not permitted to move or laugh.
According to official Chengdu city estimates, Chengdu has 25,000 foreigners living in its city. Amongst them are teachers, students, white collar workers, artists, and young innovators.
Chengdu is full of things to explore, and while the temperature is still bearable, we suggest getting out there and visiting one of the lesser-known parks for some relaxation and time with nature.
Direct flights from Chengdu to Penang in Malaysia will be available from September 30.
A Branch of the American charity shop Goodwill has opened in Chengdu. The store is located at South Renmin Road and will be accepting donations of clothes, toys, books and other unwanted items.
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