From 8am to 9am
Same as starting point
Make the most of Chongqing on this 4-hour tour of the metropolis boasting historic parks, ancient relics in museums and stunning scenic landscape. Breathe in the fresh morning air as you stroll through Eling Park and treat your senses to two glistening rivers - Yangtze and Jialing. Explore the ancient relics that adorn the halls of Chongqing Museum and get to see 3000 year old artifacts! Travel in comfort everywhere you go in an air conditioned vehicle.
Depart from your hotel in a comfortable vehicle with your expert English-speaking guide and head to the lush Eling Park. Eling was originally named Goose Nape Hill, for its narrow shape resembling the nape of a goose’s neck. As you reach the park, behold a grand view of both Yangtze and Jialing Rivers. The park was built in 1909 as the first private garden in the city. Feel free to stroll through the gardens, join in with regular visitors practicing Tai Chi or bring a board game to relax on the grass.
Head next to the famous Chongqing Museum founded in 1951 which sits atop the Pipashan Mountain. Explore the museum’s range of exhibition halls docked with about 100,000 pieces of relics spanning over 3000 years. These incredible antiques include bronze wares, pottery, paintings, porcelain, sculptures, and more.
Once you’ve explored at ease, enjoy a comfortable ride back to your hotel where the tour comes to a close.
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