||The City of Culture
Of the 100 million people who live in the province of Sichuan, nine
million live in Chengdu, the capital city of the province. This famous,
historic city is believed
by some to be the oldest established city in the world. Chengdu is
more than 2,000 years old. Despite raging redevelopment, Chengdu has
managed to preserve the atmosphere how one might imagine China to
have once been sometime in the past.
Chengdu serves as the hub of communication and a tourist transit centre.
Major tourist attractions include: Temple of Marquis Wu, Du Fu's Thatched
Cottage, Wang Jian Tomb, River-viewing Pavilion, River Funan -- a
city mote, Baoguang Temple, Giant Panda Breeding Base, Dujiangyan
Ancient Water Project, Mount Qingchengshan and Xiling Snow Mountain
and so on.
Chengdu has been a famous cultural centre
with age-old colourful traditions of both religious and
civil significance for the past 2,500 years in Chinese history.
In the heart of Chengdu's commercial and entertainment district, the
distinct 26-storey building is designed with a modern shopping complex
attached to its 380 luxurious rooms and suites hotel block and 5-storey
high Atrium Lobby overlooking the city most vibrant street, the Shudu
Boulevard. The Yinhe Dynasty Hotel is the first joint venture hotel
in Chengdu managed by Dynasty International Hotel Group based in Hong