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Lizhuang Ancient Town

Lizhuang Ancient Town

4.3/5600 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
Lizhuang Ancient Town is located 19 kilometers from Yibin in Sichuan Province. The town is home to a wide range of well-preserved Qing dynasty architecture, wood carvings, and stone inscriptions. The town is famous for its white rice cakes and sliced pork. During the War of Resistance against Japan (1937–1945), over a dozen Chinese universities and research institutes relocated to Lizhuang, including Tongji University, the University of Nanking, the Academia Sinica, and the National Central Museum. Many famous scholars lived here for six years, making the town one of China's leading cultural centers during the war.
Doushaguan

Doushaguan

4/583 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
Doushaguan is located in the southwest of Yanjin County and consists of 60 scenic spots in four areas including Zhushaguan, Sanshui, Lianhuadong and Dalishan. The scenic area boasts precious flowers, towering ancient woods, the beautiful Sangu waterfalls, and ancient cultural relics. It is an ideal tourist attraction in north-east Yunnan on the way to Sichuan and to the northwest.
Hanging Coffins of the Bo

Hanging Coffins of the Bo

3.9/536 Reviews
Historical Site
The Hanging Coffins of the Bo people are found in Gongxian, Xingwen and Yunlian counties of Yibin City, Sichuan Province. They were listed as National Key Cultural Relics Protection Units in 1988. In ancient southern China, Baiyue, Ganyue, Liao and Bo people had all adopted custom of hanging coffins as a burial rite. The most famous are the Bo people's hanging coffins in southern Sichuan and the boat shaped hanging coffins in Fujian province. The Bo people's hanging coffins were named as a special skill of the Ba and Shu states in ancient Sichuan.
Longyinsi

Longyinsi

3.6/525 Reviews
Temple
Historical Site
Forest
Leshan Giant Buddha

Leshan Giant Buddha

4.5/510,140 Reviews
Historical Site
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
7:30-18:30 (on-season: April 1 - October 7); 8:00-17:30 (off-season: October 8 - March 31) (Local time)
The Leshan Giant Buddha is located on a rock wall of the Lingyun Mountain at the junction of Leshan's Min River, Qingyi River, and Dadu River in Sichuan. It is a sacred place for Buddhist and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Leshan Giant Buddha depicts a seated image of Maitreya and it is an exquisite piece of cliff-carving work from the Tang Dynasty. The colossal statue is about 70 metres high and over 1,300-years-old, making it the largest stone Buddha in the world, and by far the tallest pre-modern statue. It took an astonishing three generations of craftmen and 90 years to complete. When viewing the tall and majestic Giant Buddha, one cannot help but marvel at the wisdom of the ancients. In the absence of modern large-scale tools, they were still able to leave such a legacy.
Nanxi Old Street

Nanxi Old Street

4.3/57 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
Shenhai Well

Shenhai Well

4.5/5267 Reviews
Historical Site
Shenhai Well is at the foot of Ruanjiaba Mountain in the Da'an District of Zigong City. It is the "living fossil" of well salt production using the traditional method and a symbol of the maturity of ancient Chinese drilling technology. Shenhai Well has been excavated since the third year of Daoguang in the Qing Dynasty. It has an amazing depth and a long history. Walking in the scenic area, you can see the masters boiling and carrying salt using traditional methods, recalling the great wisdom of the ancients.
Ancient Town of Xianshi

Ancient Town of Xianshi

4.3/591 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
The ancient town of Xianshi is located on the banks of Fuxi River. It remains well preserved after a millennium of rises and falls. It is not a popular tourist attraction and has little commercial development, allowing you to experience the quaint and tranquil atmosphere of the original ancient town. It's a place to take your time exploring its charms. Many unique Qing Dynasty buildings line the street. Pressing the shutter, you can enjoy a landscape photo of these structures representing humanistic architectural design.
Yaoba Ancient Town

Yaoba Ancient Town

4.3/5122 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
Yaoba Ancient Town is located at the junction of south Sichuan and north Guizhou, and it was built in the early years of the Ming Dynasty. Though not big, the ancient town is well preserved. The folk customs here are simple and the environment is elegant. The ancient town brings together the rich history, culture and ancient folk customs of the two provinces of Sichuan and Guizhou. It is also a popular location for shooting movies and TV shows. The ancient town has a very slow pace of life and a quiet and peaceful atmosphere. The red mutton soup is a delicious local specialty, and you can try it in a local restaurant. There is also a Ciyun Temple in the ancient town. Visitors may come here to burn incense and worship Buddha, praying for themselves and their families.
Bing'an Ancient Town

Bing'an Ancient Town

4.1/5324 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
Bing'an Ancient Town is a typical ancient village on the border of Southern Sichuan and Northern Guizhou. It is located on the ancient Sichuan-Yunnan road. Bing'an Ancient Town is surrounded by Chishui River on three sides. Visitors can see a spectacular sight of many stilted houses on the rocks supported by hundreds of logs. There is only one narrow stone slab street in the town. Since ancient times, it has been an important place for trading among the surrounding villages. There are various local specialties and handicrafts produced here. There is also a display of the Red Army's Exhibition Hall where visitors can learn about the history of the Red Army’s four Chishui River crossings.
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