As a well-known transportation hub and tourist city, Chengdu is famous for its extensive transportation system as it is the communication junction of Southwest China and the gateway to Tibet. Conveniently connected to over 100 domestic and international airports, Chengdu is accessible from and to almost all the major countries in the world.
Jul 24, 2014
An internationally-renowned food culture city as well as the home to the Sichuan-style cuisine, Chengdu was named by UNESCO the City of Gastronomy in February, 2010.
Nov 09, 2014
International Education Service in Chengdu
Chengdu has established international educational exchange with a large number of countries and regions around the world.
Nov 21, 2014
Chengdu has set a goal to become the first modernized and internationalized metropolitan city in central and western China.
Jul 23, 2014
Chengdu International Sister Cities Exhibition
On display at the exhibition are billboards of sister cities infomation.
Jul 25, 2014
International Air Routes
A relevant official from the Chengdu Municipal Logistics Office said that Chengdu has so far opened 232 passenger and cargo air routes, including 76 international (regional) ones covering major cities in Europe, the US and Australia-Asia region. In 2015, much more international flight routes will be put into operation, which will solidify the city's status as China's fourth aviation city.