Towns & Cities
We like to call it, "the biggest city no one's ever heard of". It's truly gigantic, technically the most populous municipal district in all of China with well over 30 million registered residents. "Registered" being significant in that there may be millions more unregistered!
The city is its own prefecture and enjoys a longstanding history with the British, although it is less pronounced today you may enjoy your visit to Chongqing for the history. More well-known for its cuisine than its colonial past, if you like spicy food then you'll fit right in. Note, the most winding, labyrinthine street and passages will likely be hiding the tastiest of treats.
Planning Your Cruise
As above, depending on the length of your stay or the purpose of your visit, you may want to pair your visit to Chongqing with a stop in Chengdu. It's relatively convenient for a country of China's landmass, while giving you opportunity to visit the Giant Panda Breeding Facility during your visit to China!
What to do in Port
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