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Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain
Chengdu weather is relatively mild throughout the year, and features four clear-cut seasons: a long and warm spring, short and sultry summer, cool and rainy autumn, and cold and misty winter. The rainy season usually arrives in July and August. Some of the best times to visit Chengdu are March to June and September to November.
Chinese New Year, also known as Lunar New year, is a big celebration in China. It is a feast for all your senses with local firework displays, red-colored decorations and dragon dances to bring you good luck in life's adventures big and small.
Trace the footsteps of Marco Polo back in time to celebrate the historic Dujiangyan Water Irrigation System, which was constructed in 256 B.C., resulting in prosperous lands. Locals dress in ancient attire and put on a performance at the Minjiang River, which weaves its way between two mountains
Mark the auspicious birth of Taoism at Qing Cheng Mountain and learn how to play the ancient game of Taiji Fist.
Join in with the locals to pick wild kiwi fruit in mountains of Dujiangyan or at the Botanical Garden, which is run by the local community.
Try the unique tastes and aromas of special Chinese herbal remedies and medicines, which are attributed to the impressive longevity of local residents.
Jump on board for some action-packed family fun during the Dragon Boat Festival, one of the most popular and well-watched water sports in China.
Come and observe pandas, our national treasures, in their natural habitat. The Wild Panda Research Center in Qing Cheng is a short drive from the resort. You are invited to feed the pandas and extend your activities if you want to learn more about the animals firsthand.