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About Dujiangyan

Dujiangyan is located to the west of Chengdu. It gets its name from the famous Dujiangyan Irrigation System. The Dujiangyan Irrigation System is an ancient irrigation project that was built more than 2,000 years ago. Even today it is still in working order. Close to Dujiangyan, Qingcheng Mountain is also very much worth visiting. Zhang Daoling, the founder of China's homegrown religion—Taoism, came to Qingcheng Mountain to build a monastery 1,800 years ago. This place is the original site from which Taoism spread. Qingcheng Houshan—the rear slopes of Qingcheng Mountain—has lush forests with clear and pure air. Locals often choose to come here for a relaxing weekend.

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Dujiangyan Irrigation System
4.7/5
20,554 Reviews
Water Conservancy Project
The Dujiangyan Irrigation System is located along the main branch of the Lancang River, west of Dujiangyan City. It was constructed in the Qin dynasty around 256 BC by Li Bing, Prefecture Chief of Shu County, and his son. It is one of the few ancient Chinese water conservancy projects that has remained preserved and intact. The project consists of three primary works—Yuzui Diverting Embankment, the Feishayan Spillway, and the Baopingkou Water Inlet, and two secondary works which include the Baizhangdi (the thousand-feet dam) and Renzidi (the y-shaped dam). They divide the Yongjiang River into an outer and an inner branch, the former of which is used to divert floods and the latter for irrigation. This has allowed the Western Sichuan plateau to become "the land of abundance" as we now know it.
Dujiangyan Qingcheng Road Hot Spring
4.6/5
621 Reviews
Hot Spring
Dujiangyan's Qingchengdao Hot Springs are located at the foot of picturesque Mount Qingcheng. The spring water comes from deep beneath Mount Qingcheng. Dujiangyan's Qingchengdao Hot Springs are surrounded by forest. For long-term residents, the extremely clear and fresh air here make this a place for breathing the fresh air to clear out the lungs. You can first go walking in the mountains, and then when you return take a soak in the hot spring to banish the fatigue.
Fruit Man Theme World
4.5/5
248 Reviews
Entertainment Center
The Fruit Man theme world is a large outdoor theme park created by Dujiangyan. It is composed of a magical animal forest, banana-man climbing kingdom, pineapple and pineapple water world and river lake town, which meets the needs of different age groups. Magical Animal Forest takes Chinese original magic as its theme, bringing together animal, marine, land and air fun displays, pets, and interactive magical animal performances. It combines landscape packaging to create ancient and mysterious jungle secrets, leaving visitors in a magical fairy tale world.
China's Giant Panda Conservation Research Center, Dujiangyan Base
4.6/5
718 Reviews
Zoo
China's Giant Panda Conservation Research Center, Dujiangyan Base (also known as Panda Paradise) is located in Daguan Town, Dujiangyan City. At the base there are numerous charming, silly pandas along with sprawling lawns and bamboo forests, full of fresh air. This is a great place to have fun and see cute giant pandas, but also a great please to grow in knowledge and broaden your horizons. You can request a guided tour to learn much about pandas.

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