8D7N Jiuzhaigou + Leshan + Mount Emei + Huang Long


People's Park Centre, 101 Upper Cross St, #02-27, S058357

SGD 1,499

8 days

Group Tours

Day 1 Singapore - Chengdu

  • Gather at Singapore Changi Airport and fly to Chengdu Airport. Arriving in Chengdu, the land of abundance, meet & greet by your enthusiastic guide and transfer to Hotel. (Port of entry for the carrier flight may difference to Chongqing Airport, itineraries will subject to final confirm)

Day 2 Chengdu - Jiuzhaigou

  • After breakfast, go to Dujiangyan Panda Park, which is the Dujiangyan Base of China Conservation and Research Center for Giant Pandas. On the way, you will pass by Zhipingpu Reservoir, which was constructed with the support of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government. You will also pass through Yingxiu New City and have an exterior visit to the ancient City of Songpan County. Finally, you will pass by the Monument Park of the Red Army Long March.

Day 3 Jiuzhaigou

  • After breakfast, you will go to Jiuzhaigou and visit the Jiuzhaigou National Park, which includes four scenic spots: Shuzheng Valley, Zechawa Valley, Rize Valley, and Zaru Valley. The admission ticket also includes a sightseeing bus pass for transportation within the park. In the evening, you will attend the Jiuzhaigou Theater-style Song and Dance Performance.

Day 4 Jiuzhaigou - Maoxian

  • After breakfast, go to Huanglong (excluding up and down the cableway RMB160) (if it is not possible to visit Huanglong due to weather conditions, it will be changed to Moni Valley). And traditional Tibetan villages are visited.

Day 5 Maoxian - Mount Emei

  • After breakfast, you will visit the ancient Qiang city in Maoxian County (exterior only), followed by a boat tour to see the Leshan Giant Buddha on the east bank of the Minjiang River, as well as Lingyun Temple. The location of the Buddha is where the Dadu, Qingyi, and Minjiang Rivers converge. Continuing the journey, you will visit the 71-meter tall Maitreya Buddha statue, the largest cliff-carved Buddha statue in China.

Day 6 Mount Emei - Chengdu

  • After breakfast, visit Baoguo Temple, which was originally the largest temple in the mountains. Its original location was on the opposite bank of the Yujia River from Fuhu Temple. It was first built during the Wanli reign of the Ming Dynasty (1573-1619), and was relocated and rebuilt here in the early Qing Dynasty. In the ninth year of the Shunzhi reign (1652), it was rebuilt again. In the forty-second year of the Kangxi reign (1703), Emperor Kangxi took the meaning of "repaying the country for the kindness of the ruler" from the Buddhist scripture "Four Graces and Four Reports," and wrote the words "Baoguo Temple" himself, with a plaque by Wang Fan. After the visit, continue to the Mount Emei Art Museum for sightseeing. The Golden Buddha at Jinding (Golden Summit) was built in 2006. Shining through the mist, it is a grand and majestic sight to behold. (Include Cable car & Shuttle)

Day 7 Chengdu

  • After breakfast, you will visit Kuanzhai Alley. Comprising of Kuan Alley, Zhai Alley and Jing Alley, these parallel lanes are all made up of antique courtyard houses with blue-grey brick walls and grey tiles. This area is also one of the larger preserved historical streets of the Qing Dynasty in Chengdu, and together with the Daci Temple and Wenshu Monastery, they are known as the three historical and cultural preservation areas of Chengdu. You will also have the opportunity to visit the Panda Post Office and send a postcard with a panda stamp. In the afternoon, you will have free time to explore IFS and Taikoo Li for some Instagram-worthy photo opportunities. In the evening, a Sichuan opera mask-changing performance will be arranged for your enjoyment.

Day 8 Chengdu - Singapore

  • After breakfast, free to transfer to the airport check-in back to Singapore! Thank you for your journey and we look forward to seeing you again

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