This place has big big Wow factor. Stunningly lit up at night, coupled by the views of the bridges across the JiaLing and Yangtze rivers. A must see , if one visits Chongqing .
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This is a place for tourist, you can have almost everything here and all the famous food here. if you are looking for a one stop solution, this is the place. Very beautiful sight seeing around.
the stores are built on the hills, but not in order. Fun places to walk around and take different pictures. Many street foods available. However, be prepared to walk stairs since just too many people are waiting elevators.
If you have to choose between Ci Qi Kou and the Hongya Caves, I would personally recommend the caves!! Not only is it a cute snack and food area with awesome souvenirs, but you are also able to be a part of the beautiful architecture...More
This place although quite interesting in the set up, is full of shops which only attracts curious tourists but nothing much of a character. We ended using it as hop to the river cruise which was highly recommended
This is a very popular, very kitschy spot. It is about 10 floors of restaurants, cafes, snack stalls, arts and craft, tumbling down a cliffside facing the Jialing River. It is brightly lit at night, and attracts crowds of photo-takers. I was quite uneasy inside...More
The Hongya Cave is my favorite spot in Chongqing! It is so unique that I couldn’t get enough of it! The building itself is a piece of art! It is a replica of an old Chongqing high-stand house. The building has 11 levels in total....More
Start at the top and walk down. Lots of shops for selling local food stuff and souvenirs. Did not appeal to me. Waterfall was a not spectacular. Hotpot restaurant, Long Yue on the 2nd floor next door at the top was more interesting.
Very little to say. On a night Honyadong (Honya cave) looks very nicely lit from across the river. But upon closer inspection such a disappointment. On a night full of drunks during the day just a generic tourist spot lacking any real feeling.
This attraction is very busy and lovely at night when everywhere is lit up. We didn't even bother to take the lift down the 11 floors below as it was so crowded as well as it was raining during our visit. There are restaurants, cafes....More