Panda & Buddha
|Pandas||Buddhist Site||Beautiful Scenery|
Visit the Chengdu Panda Reserve and the Grand Buddha in Leshan
3 days from $ 560
Visit the famous Panda Reserve in Chengdu located just 10km (6miles) away from downtown Chengdu, the Chengdu Panda Breeding Research Center has been created and imitated the pandas' natural habitat in order that they might have the best possible environment for rearing and breeding. The Center cares also for other rare and endangered wild animals. Then travel to Leshan to see the remarkable Grand Buddha, the world’s largest stone-carved Buddhist statue. The Buddha has been stone-carved into the side of Lingyun Mountain, which began in 713AD and was completed in 803AD.
Day 1 : Arrive Chengdu
Transfer to your hotel.
Day 2 : Pandas & Buddha day tour
Visit the famous Panda Reserve to see these adorable animals being reared in wooded surroundings reminiscent of their natural habitat. Later, travel to Leshan to visit the remarkable Grand Buddha, the world’s largest stone-carved Buddhist statue. Take a short boat trip to view the statue. The Buddha has been stone-carved into the side of Lingyun Mountain, which began in 713AD and was completed in 803AD. Later, return to Chengdu. (B,L)
Day 3 : Depart Chengdu
Transfer to Chengdu Airport. (B)
Dates and Prices
|Valid from||Valid to||Price pp from|
|1 Jun 2013||31 Aug 2013||$560|
|1 Sep 2013||31 Oct 2013||$640|
|1 Nov 2013||31 Dec 2013||$560|
Short Stay Extension
- We offer extension options in Hong Kong allowing you to make the most of this vibrant city. If you’re after something different, then enjoy a day tour to the former Portuguese colony of Macau. Alternatively, visit Lantau Island which is home to the Giant Buddha and the sky-rail cable car or take advantage of the endless shopping opportunities.
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