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Guang’An

Located in the northeast of Sichuan province, Guang’An is about 300 km away from Chengdu. It is known as "the portal of east Sichuan" and the hometown of Deng Xiaoping, who is the chief designer of China's great policy on reform and opening-up as well as socialism modernization construction.

Guang’An is rich in tourism resources, providing reliable support for the development of local tourism. Cultural relics with thousands of years’ history and karst terrain of unique mountains and rivers created by karst landform fascinate innumerous tourists to this land. Deng Xiaoping's Former Residence is simple and solemn, attracting Chinese and foreign tourists for a visit. Huaying Mountain is one of the eight Buddhist holylands in China, where there were more than 30 temples and thousands of monks.

Guang’An 

Deng Xiaoping's hometown, which is situated 8 km away from the northern suburb of Guang’An, is the national revolutionary tourism classic scenic spot. Scenic spot set Deng Xiaoping’s former residence as the core, owning nearly 20 major scenic spots, such as the academician courtyard, silkworm room courtyard, the tomb of Deng Shaochang and the old well, cattle ground, water pool and divine tombstone, which fully shows Deng Xiaoping’s adolescent life path. As a wild profusion of vegetation, Deng’s hometown is a memorial hall combining natural ecology and historical culture. Here stores cultural relics, documents, pictures and video multimedia data that related to Deng’s life, showing his devotion to the revolution and the reform and opening-up.

Guang’An 

Huaying Mountain is 50 km to the southeast of Guang’an, referred as “four famous mountains of Sichuan” together with Mt.Emei, Mt.Mengding and Mt. Qingcheng. It crosses 15 cities and counties from north to south, stretching over 300 km. HuaYing Mountain is the highest peak of Sichuan Basin. Baoding, the main peak of Huaying, has exquisite scenery as well as landscapes of nature, humanity, history and religion, thus is known as one of the eight Buddhist shrines in China. Guang’an is awarded as a national outstanding tourist city for its beautiful scenery and a galaxy of advanced culture and talents.