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It was not worth the trip. This was suppose to be a trendy area where old factories have been converted to host art exhibitions & events etc. We visited on a weekday late morning & the area looked deserted. Nothing interesting to see except a...More
This used to be called, and still is by locals, "The Music Park." It was a manufacturing area with factories building tube components for TV's, etc. It has been transformed into a very nice spot to relax and enjoy life. Remnant machines and other articles...More
The plaza has put much of the old slogans back to memorize the age of old communism factories. The best IMAX cinema of Chengdu is settled there.
And the place is also full of cosplayers. You can find groups of them in all kinds of...More
Interesting spot, old industrial area transformed into bar restaurant and photo opportunities. It hard to find a bar in Chengdu that is just a bar but went you find one you find ten. Very nice area, tones of art pieces including a jet. Was here...More
I was taken hereby one of the friend.From outside ,it looks like an old place but inside is completely different world.It ha a big stage at the centre and lot of bars /pubs playing nice movies.Came to know that there use to be lot of...More
Loved this place; another communist China factory area turned into an art outlet so young Chinese visitors can gather and share their ideas. Not so big as Beijing's 798 but somehow different and more tastier that its big brother. Statues, Monuments, galleries, bars, and restaurants...More
We visited here while friends were in town. We went during the day mid-week. It was pretty dead, but the buildings and some of the various artworks around are interesting. I've been separately in the evening and many more people were present. Its basically a...More
This Taoist temple is nice with many beautiful buildings and statues.you can also have a therapist project given to you based on a stick that you take from a cup. I still have the paper and it was fun!
The best part about this temple...More
This is Chinese Industrial Heritage. A 1950's television tube factory opened by Mao that has been tastefully re-used as a recreational area. There is not a great deal too see but there are a lot of music bars and frequent musical events that happen in...More
We visited with our 1.5 year old from 5-7:30pm on a Saturday evening and, at those times, we were the only Western tourists there. This place has something for everyone, but probably only for 2 hours or so.
Lots of bars, cafes, dessert shops -...More