There’s a real sense of “something exciting is happening” throughout the city. It has boomed from being the gateway to Western China to become one of the most important cities in Asia. You'll quickly find that it's exciting to explore Chongqing!
China's Best Kept Secret
With 16 million people calling the city home, it's difficult to understand why Chongqing isn’t on the global radar, but perhaps its better that way.
The cost of living here is unparalleled. Modern apartments are stylish, clean and cheap. Public transportation is easy and affordable. Eating out every night isn’t an expense but a budget-friendly luxury.
Cosmopolitan flavor is everywhere. Nightclubs teem with people any night of the week, dancing to the hottest music in the world. New restaurants open on a daily basis to great fanfare.
The residents are diverse – people from all over the world are moving here to experience Chongqing, China’s best kept-secret. Don't wait and start to make your plan.
During World War II, Chongqing was the capital of China. There are several monuments that date back to that time as well as former residences that people can visit. In addition, there are several modern attractions like the Jiefangbei Pedestrian Street and Liziba Park
Chongqing is located next the mountainous Sichuan province, making it ideal for hikers. There are several sites to see nearby such as the Dazu Rock Carvings & Ciqikou, an ancient preserved town
Located at the confluence of the Yangtze and Jialing Rivers, the city has a unique landscape thanks to the waterways’ division of the city
The culinary scene is spectacular here. From the famed spicy hot pot to sweet and sour fish and everything in between, it's impossible to go wrong when ordering
Chongqing is one of the few cities in China with a cable car. It crosses the Yangtze River and offers wonderful views of the city
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