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Day 1
Start your day with a visit to the Wangjiang Tower Park, a historical site in memorial of a famous poetess, Xue Tao. As Xue Tao loved bamboos and wrote mostly about them during her lifetime, this park has almost all varieties of bamboos in China, planted in her fond memory
Day 2
The Bifengxia Panda Reserve Base can be an ideal start to the second day of your trip. As the Wolong Panda Reserve Base was destroyed in the Wenchuan earthquake in 2008, the Pandas were brought here, making it the world's largest panda reserve base with the most advanced equipments. Just sit back and enjoy pandas play, eat bamboos and climb trees and even hold one.
Day 3

The Giant Buddha at Leshan is a sitting stone statue of Maitreya carved on a cliff at the confluence of three rivers - Min, Qingyi and Dadu. About 233-feet-high, this Buddha is the largest stone-carved Buddha statue in the world; legend has it that it took almost 90 years to complete the carving.

Day 4
Continue your trip by climbing the Mt. Emei and stop at the two renowned temples-Baoguo temple and Wannian temple. As one of the four most famous Buddhist mountains in China, Mt. Emei boasts temples and Buddha disciples. Owing to its majestic cliffs, deep valleys, exotic waterfalls, and verdant forests, the mountain has been reputed as  a beauty spot under heaven' since ancient times.
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