In your eyes, what does Sichuan mean? Giant Panda, Giant Buddha of Leshan, or Sichuan Peppers?
There are more.
Sichuan, located in the upper reaches of the Yangtze River, is a province in southwestern China. It consists of the Sichuan Basin and the western Sichuan plateau and mountains up to more than 7500 m. The Sichuan Basin has fertile land, which has earned it the nickname “China’s granary”. Most of the province’s population lives in the Sichuan Basin, while the Yi, Tibetan, Qiang, etc., are scattered in the Western Sichuan plateau.
Sichuan has rich tourist resources and is one of the important tourist destinations in China, with many magnificent natural landscapes and historical attractions, such as Jiuzhaigou, Huanglong, Dujiangyan-Qingcheng Mountain, Emei Mountain–Leshan Giant Buddha, etc.
Due to numerous ethnic minorities living here, Sichuan offers different ethnic cultures and traditional activities for you to experience.
In addition, Sichuan cuisine is one of the four major cuisines in China. Numerous tourists come here all year round to find the stimulation of gourmet food.
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