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Lying in the Southwest of China, Chengdu – the capital of Sichuan province – has undergone major urbanisation and is it on its way to becoming a city of the future. Combined with its long history and cultural heritage, Chengdu has also fostered a flourishing tourism industry. Giant pandas are Chengdu’s unofficial mascot, drawing visitors from both home and abroad.
Classified as the most important communication, transportation, and economic hub in Western China; Chengdu has become a major investment destination. China itself is investing in Chengdu with state-level development zones for technological and economic development, attracting both Chinese and international companies to set-up base here. Along with being a major commercial hub, Chengdu is ranked as one of the most liveable mega-cities in China, with vast green spaces for relaxation, and fast-growing dining, entertainment and nightlife options.
Chengdu has an extensive transport system with buses, taxis, pedi-cabs and the efficient Metro system.