A group of volunteers in Chongqing have guarded the Dazu Grottoes for decades, forming a concerted effort with the local authorities to protect the world heritage site.
Check out the best places to visit for food, entertainment, and accommodations in this Chongqing travel guide compiled by AUGUSTMAN.
BBT editor Paul Revel visits the south-west Chinese city of Chongqing…
Source: Destination report: Chongqing
It’s the fastest-growing city in the world, but Chongqing still has plenty of old-world charm…
Source: A mountain metropolis
With two Unesco World Heritage sites _ the Dazu Rock Carvings and the Three Natural Bridges in Wulong _ some might say Chongqing does not need to go on the offensive to draw tourists to this burgeoning Chinese municipality.
Hidden in a secluded narrow passage between the limestone cliff faces, sheltered beneath a towering natural arch as tall as the mountains that conceal it from the outside world, the “ancient” Chinese way station down below not only looks as if it has always been there for centuries but also adds entrancing magic to this mystifying sanctum.
Source: The hidden gateway