Pick up from your hotel in Chengdu around 8:30am and first have a stroll around People’s Park. People’s Park is the most popular park in Chengdu. People’s Park provides tourists an opportunity to have a glimpse of the leisure city of Chengdu. It is a great public outlet for joggers, tai qi enthusiasts, gamers, musicians, tea drinkers and grandparents with their grandchildren in tow.
Then visit Qingyang Taoist Palace (also called Qingyang Taoist Temple). “Qingyang” literally means “green ram”. So the Qingyang Temple got its popular name from the two blue-green goats made of bronze in the Sanqing main Hall in the temple. The Qingyang Gong Daoist Temple has been famous as “No 01 Taoist Temple in Sichuan” and “No.01 Temple in West China”. Now It is a famous tourism and sightseeing attraction of Taoist cultural heritage.
After lunch, continue to visit Temple of Marquis ( also called Wuhou Shrine ). Wuhou Shrine Chengdu was first built in memory of Zhuge Liang (181 – 234), the prime minister of Shu ( 221 – 263 ) of the Three Kingdoms ( 220 – 280). Zhuge Liang was a famous statesman, military strategist. He was also given the title of Marquis Wuxiang in his lifetime. “Wuhou” literally means “Wuxiang Marquis”. Now Wuhou Shrine is more than a shine. Instead, it has become a museum, the largest museum in China displaying the relics and introducing the history about the Three Kingdom.
Finally have a walk along Jinli Street. The Jinli Old Street is located just next door to Wuhou Shrine. Actually Jinli Street is part of the Wuhou Shrine Museum. It has become a major tourist attraction in Chengdu, attracting a great number of travelers each each year, which boasts of ancient buildings, traditional cultures, local food and customs
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