Shuangliu District (simplified Chinese: 双流区; traditional Chinese: 雙流區; pinyin: Shuāngliú Qū; literally: "double flow") is under the administration of Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan province, China. Located approximately 19 kilometers away from downtown Chengdu, the district covers 1068 square kilometers and has a population of approximately 920,000. It is the home of Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport, the fifth busiest airport in China. Shuangliu County is rapidly being urbanized by the growth of Chengdu and the airport's recent expansion. The county is bordered by the prefecture-level cities of Ziyang to the southeast and Meishan to the south.
Restaurants in Shuangliu County
4 based on 174 reviews
Stopped for a visit on the way from Chengdu to Leshan to see the giant Buddha. Is interesting to see for the buildings and to give an impression of how an ancient Chinese town may have looked. But is very commercialised and packed with tourists. Still worth a visit.
4.5 based on 225 reviews
For about 50 cents you can go Anywhere on this huge ultramodern subway system. Subway machines to purchase tickets are in English and Chinese however not all of the menu options are clearly explained in English .
Navigating is difficult as a result. Station names are announced in English and in Chinese. The helps.
Road signs are often not in English however.
4.5 based on 417 reviews
We went there expecting to see dirt. And dirt we did see, but because we paid for an English speaking guide we could understand so much more about the site, the history of the people, and the future plans for the site. It brought to life the dirt and beautiful artifacts. We took a 7yo and 3yo. After the "dirt" section the 3yo got bored but the guide made it interesting enough for adults and 7yo throughout. Highly recommend for 2 hours worth of time.
4.5 based on 904 reviews
Both were closed when we arrived around 7pm. But it had some great places to take place photos and a cute little garden area.
4.5 based on 83 reviews
Nice bridge spanning both banks of jin Jiang river. Hotel, eateries and bars on both sides of the bank. There are baskers too performing for a living. Lots of human traffic. However the bridge is currently closed for upgrading so you might have to make a big detour to go over from one side to another.
4.5 based on 94 reviews
Nitpickers will always find something annoying or negative about this show. But, we found it to be an outstanding experience overall. The shadow performance, the face-changers and the man playing the two-string Chinese instrument to me were the highlights. It's not the Shanghai Circus. It is, for lack of better description, a variety show, and a very colorfully costumed one at that. The performers are representative of local talents, meaning somewhat traditional Chinese performance art that isn't seen many other places. You won't like all of it, but you will love the other parts. One of the face-changers came up to my wife and demonstrated his blink-of-an-eye ability to change masks. Next to the Pandas, this was our second favorite memory of Chengdu.
4.5 based on 280 reviews
I went there with some of my friends, despite the fact that is located in China, the park is not crowded at all except the Spring Festival (Chinese new year) period. The entrance is a little bit overpriced 190RMB, the attractions are good, but it can happen that sometimes some are closed for maintenance which is a pity. Big but not huge.
4 based on 693 reviews
There was another surprise for us here. The place was very beautiful but there weren’t that many people here and the 60RMB price was cut in half. There must’ve been some special promotion going on in Chengdu during Christmas time because many attractions were half off. I sure didn’t mind that at all. The grounds were absolutely stunning and people weren’t pushing and shoving so the Memorial is an excellent place to come and unwind, relax and enjoy some pleasant Gardens and trees.
4 based on 511 reviews
This is an excellent place to visit since its really popular with locals. You can have a glimpse of their lives here, especially how they chill on a day when there's no work. There's open air tea house in here where you can drink a cup of tea and wile the day away. There is also a part in the park where you can see parents trying to find partners for their children. Real interesting. Highly recommended to visit this park to experience the locals' way of life.
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