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  • East Qing Tombs
    East Qing Tombs

    Located in Zunhua, 125 kilometers northeast of Beijing, the East Qing Tombs is one of the largest existing tombs with better design and reasonable l ...

  • Pule Temple
    Pule Temple

    Covering 24,000 square meters, Temple of Universal Happiness (also known as Round Pavilion) was erected in 1766 when the upper strata personages fro ...

  • Anyuan Temple
    Anyuan Temple

    Constructed in 1764, Anyuan Temple, an imitation of Ili Temple in Xinjiang is situated due east of the Mountain Resort. Previously in 1759, more tha ...

  • Xumifushou Temple
    Xumifushou Temple

    Encompassing 37,900 square meters, the temple was constructed in 1780 after the model of the Tibetan Tashilungpo Monastery at Shigatse (Xigaze) and ...

  • Putuozongsheng Temple
    Putuozongsheng Temple

    The temple is also known as the Lesser Potala Palace. Built within more than 4 years from 1767 to 1771, the temple is located north of the Mountain ...

  • Puning Temple
    Puning Temple

    Situated to the north of the Mountain Resort, the Temple was built in 1755 by Qing emperor Qianlong in pursuance of Emperor Kangxi, his grandfather' ...

  • The Mountain Resort
    The Mountain Resort

    In 1703, Qing Emperor Kangxi decided to build his summer resort in Chengde with its proximity to the capital of Beijing. The construction was finish ...

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Recommended China Tour Packages Including Chengde

  • 2-day Chengde Tour

    This 2-day Chengde tour takes you to the Qing Dynasty's Summer Palace - Chengde Mountain Resort. Walk through all the ...

  • 3-day Chengde Tour

    The well-designed Chengde tour features cultural, historical and natural highlights in and around Chengde; from the ac ...

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