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First, do not go on a rainy day. It will be cold, wet and without a view due to thick fog.
We turned around and went back on a more pleasant day. What a difference.
Second, do visit the Tea Museum which is English language...More
The day I came it had rained in the morning and was clearing. The result was quite good visibility when there would usually be a haze. Being April Sichuan has turned a beautiful dark green, except for the numerous light green Ginkos that are on...More
Take a cable car (with questionable maintenance standards) up the hill and get a view of the countryside. At the top learn a little history of the area. A big deal if tea is your thing otherwise just a plesant day in the Chinese countryside....More