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Located in Yuzhong, this luxury hotel is 2.5 mi (4.1 km) from Chongqing South Lake and within 6 mi (10 km) of Great Hall of the People and Arhat Temple. People's ...
Located in Jiang Bei, this luxury hotel is 2.3 mi (3.6 km) from Three Gorges Museum and 2.5 mi (4 km) from Great Hall of the People. Chongqing Grand Theatre ...
Located in Jeifangbei Central Business District, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of People's Liberation Monument and Arhat Temple. Chongqing Grand Theatre ...
Located in Yuzhong, this boutique hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of People's Liberation Monument, Great Hall of the People, and Arhat Temple. Chongqing Grand Theatre ...
Chongqing is both China's largest city in terms of surface area as well as its most populous inland city. This former Republic of China capital during WWII is now a major departure point for Yangtze River boat trips through the Three Gorges Dam area. The city of Chongqing is merely one part of a larger municipality, also called Chongqing, which contains the Buddhist Dazu Rock Carvings, an UNESCO World Heritage site.Don’t Miss
Chongqing may seem polluted and rough around the edges on the surface, but the more attractive side of this rapidly growing western China city is best seen in its surrounding small green capped mountains and Yangtze River cruises. The city's modern skyline can also be admired from nightly hour long cruises along both the Jialing and Yangtse rivers or cable car rides across the Yangtze River.
Northern Hot Springs Park, Southern Hot Springs Park, and Tianci Hot Springs are just a few of the several hot springs around Chongqing. Some Chongqing hotels are also designated hot springs resorts. The world's biggest public restroom, an upside down house, and a small train are a few of Foreigner Street's most unusual attractions.
Chongqing landmarks which remain standing from the city's era as the Republic of China capital include Chiang Kai-Shek's former military headquarters, the Zha Zi Dong and Bai Gong Guan prisons, and the several historic buildings at the riverside Liziba Park. The People’ s Liberation Monument stands in the middle of the centrally located Chongqing Jiefangbei Pedestrian Street.Restaurants and Bars
Chongqing, like its surrounding Sichuan province, is famous for spicy and hot dishes, including some of China's most authentic hot pot meals. The three main hot pot types served at Chongqing restaurants include spicy red soup called hong tang, a bone soup without spices known as yuan wei, and a hot pot called yuan yang which combines both of these dishes. Chongqing's bars are never too crowded.Shopping
Foreigners have been encouraged to establish shops on Foreigner Street. Other Chongqing shopping districts include the small shops at HongYaDong, a re-creation of the old city, and the Jeifangbei Shopping Square's over two dozen massive shopping centres. Smaller souvenir shops are situated at Ciqikou, a riverside region whose name means 'porcelain port' in English.