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Nestled in southwestern China, Chengdu is the capital of the Sichuan Province. Rich with a history dating back to the fourth century B.C., it is also known as “The city of abundance,” and The St. Regis Chengdu is strategically situated in this ancient city, surrounded by a myriad attractions. Within walking distance in our vibrant commercial center are Chunxi Road, Chengdu IFS, Taikoo Li, and Tianfu Square.
The city’s storied past is revealed by the temples peppered throughout the city, including the Qingyang Taoist Temple. Built during the Zhou dynasty, it is one of the distinctly celebrated Taoist temples in China. Other notable edifices include the beautifully ornate Baoguang—Divine Light Temple, which covers 80,000 square meters, and the Wenshu Monastery, a serene complex with 300 Buddha statues, precious relics, and a charming teahouse. Additionally, a visit to Huanglongxi Ancient Town—home to magnificently preserved Qing dynasty buildings—provides an evocative immersion into Chen
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Explore the history and art of fabric weaving at the Chengdu Shu Brocade and Embroidery Museum.
Visit the Shuijingfang Museum and enjoy a truly immersive experience that displays the traditional craft of Baijiu.
With captivating activities and thoughtful, welcoming attention tailored for younger guests and their families, each St. Regis hotel and resort is a destination of distinction that celebrates the art of play.
Ancient Jinli Street
CN-51, China, 610000
Chengdu Panda Base
Lan Kwai Fong
Temple of Marquis Wu
The Jinsha Site
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