Area Attractions

Things To Do and Touring Tips For Your Stay in Chengdu
Guests at Grand Hyatt Chengdu have the opportunity to explore fascinating Chunxi Road and Tai Koo Li. Chengdu’s renowned, world-class landmarks draw many travelers and include Mount Qingcheng, the Sichuan Giant Panda Sanctuary, Wuhou Shrine, the Dufu Thatched Cottage and the Kuanzhai Alleys.

As the provincial capital, the city is also home to many exciting cultural festivals, including the Dujiangyan Water Releasing Festival, the Huanglongxi Fire Dragon Festival and the Lantern Festival.  There are also many enjoyable facets of Chengdu’s rich culture, such as teahouses, theatre and mahjong. Chengdu tourism thrives on the city’s diverse history and unique set of traditions.

Grand Hyatt Chengdu

No.8 South Chunxi Road, Jinjiang District
Chengdu, China, 610021



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Classic Arts & Culture

Face Changing (Bian Lian)

Face changing is an ancient Chinese dramatic art that is part of the Sichuan Opera. Performers wear brightly colored costumes and move to quick, dramatic music. They also wear vividly colored masks, typically depicting well known characters from the opera, which they change from one face to another almost instantaneously with the swipe of a fan, a movement of the head, or wave of the hand.

Getaways Within a Day

Jiuzhai Valley

Being listed as one of the world Cultural Heritage Sites, Jiuzhai Valley has been widely renowned and reputed as the Best Tourist Attraction in China, one of the World Top Ten Lakes......It is a regular item on various lists of must travel places. Strolling in the fairyland, you will feast your eyes on punging waterfall in the distance and colorful Haizi nearby. Occasionally, you would hear a resounding song by Tibetans. In such fascinating and enchanting scene, you cannot help but admire the fine craftsmanship of nature.

Mount Emei Leshan Scenic Spot

Mount Emei is a typical mountain of traditional Chinese style which features magnificent vegetation, peaks veiled in clouds and mist and refreshing forest wind. Each season has its beauty, bright flowers in full bloom in spring, green feast for eyes in summer, mountain overlaid with golden and red leaves in fall as well as white clouds, mist and snow in winter. All of them stage a rare and impressive spectacle for both domestic and overseas tourists. Leshan Giant Buddha, is on Qiluan Peak, the east foot of Mount Emei. Carved in Tang Dynasty, it took 90 years to finished it. As early as 1996, UNESCO had placed Mount Emei-Leshan Scenic Spot on the UN list of world natural and cultural heritage sites.

Pingle Ancient Town

Located in Qionglai City, southwest of Chengdu, Pingle Ancient Town is built along a river. Thanks to the warm and humid subtropiacl climate, abundant rainfall and water resources have endowed the ancient town with soul. A river runs by the town and an ancient bridge is built by the river. Boating on the river stages a special spectacle and brings it the honor of Sichuan Water Town. Although it is not far from Chengdu, yet visitors can enjoy its quiet beauty by spending a night there.