Mount Emei: Located in Emeishan City, Leshan, Sichuan Province, Mount Emei is one of the four Sacred Buddhist Mountains of China. Its unique steep terrain and charming landscape grant it a famous title of “Unmatched Charm of Mount Emei”. The peak is also a scenic spot called Wanfoding or Buddhas Summit, which holds an altitude of 3099 meters, more than 2700 meters above the Emei Plain. According to the General Records of Emei County, “Like tresses with clouds condensed upon the verdancy, like luxuriant black hair and dark penciled eyebrows adorned in the distance. Truly are they like a broad forehead with crescent eyebrows, which are thin and long, beautiful and gorgeous. Hence the name “Mount Emei”.
Jiuzhai Valley National Natural Reserve: Jiuzhai Valley National Natural Reserve: Jiuzhai Valley is China’s first natural reserve that was established for the purpose of protecting the natural scenery. It has been elected as an UNESCO World Natural Heritage, a National Key Scenic Spot, a National 5A-level Scenic Park, a State-level Nature Reserve and a National Geological Park as well as included in UNESCO World Network of Biosphere Reserve (WNBR).
Mount Qingcheng: Mount Qingcheng is a world culture heritage, an important heritage site under state protection, a National Key Scenic Spot, a National 5A-level Scenic Park, a sacred place of Taoism, one of four sacred Taoism mountains in China, one of five celestial mountains, one of the birthplaces of Taoism and one of top ten scenic spots of Chengdu.
Du Fu’s Thatched Cottage:Du Fu’s Thatched Cottage was built near to the Huanhua Creek (Flower Rinsing Creek) at the west outskirts of Chengdu, Sichuan Province. In 759, Poet Du Fu immigrated to Chengdu and built this cottage near Huanhua Creek and stayed there for nearly four years. During the four years of staying, he composed a total of 240 poems, many of which are very famous; for example, the poem “My Cottage Unroofed by Autumn Gales” was written at this cottage.
The Temple of Marquis Wu：The Temple of Marquis Wu is the memorial site where Chinese people worship Zhuge Liang, the Imperial Chancellor (Prime Minister of Shu Han during the Three Kingdoms Period. The temple is located at the south outskirts of Chengdu, Sichuan Province, covering an area of 56 mu. It is a famous tourist attraction spot in Chengdu. The temple used to be adjacent to the Zhaolie Temple of Han. In early Ming Dynasty, it became a part of Zhaolie Temple of Han. After its reconstruction in 1672, these two temples were merged as a one where people can worship Emperor Liu Bei and Imperial Chancellor Zhuge Liang of Shu Han.