Photo 1: Chengdu, China As a transportation hub in the southwest, Chengdu has very convenient transportation. Photo 2: Located on the North Second Ring Road of Chengdu, Chengdu Railway Station is the Largest Railway Passenger Transportation Center in Southwest China. Chengdu is the largest railway hub in the southwestern China. It is the starting point of Chengdu-Chongqing, Baocheng, Chengdu-Kunming, Dacheng, and other trunk railways.
Photo 1: Chengdu, One of the Most Attractive Tourist Destinations in China Chengdu, Rong for short, is the capital of Sichuan Province and vice-provincial city of Sichuan Province. The city is 192 kilometers long from east to west and 166 kilometers wide from north to south, with a total area of 12,390 square kilometers. Photo 2: Sichuan Basin Chengdu is located in the Western
Photo 1: Aerial Chengdu Plain Chengdu has a subtropical monsoon climate. Photo 2：Chengdu, Surrounded by Mountains As it is surrounded by mountains, Chengdu also has typical basin climate characteristics . Most of the year it is cloudy, and moist all year round, so Chengdu people love to eat chili for sweating and romoving dampness. Chengdu being home to beautiful women also has a lot
Photo 1：Chengdu, a City that You Will Never Want to Leave Once You Come Chengdu, the provincial capital of Sichuan Province, is the political, economic and cultural center of Sichuan Province. Photo 2：Qionglai Mountain, Chengdu Chengdu is located in Western Sichuan Plain, Longquan Mountains in the east, Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau in the south, Qionglai Mountain in the west and the Qinling Mountains in the north. Chengdu has been the hinterland of “Land of Abundance” since ancient times, enjoying