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Dazu District, located within the district of Chongqing, is where you can find the UNESCO listed Dazu Rock Carvings. Here, you will find thousands of Buddhist, Taoist and Confucianist idols and symbols carved into the rock faces across 70 sites. Made between the 9th -13th centuries, these rock carvings are some of the best preserved in China.

The rock carvings have remained largely untouched by man-made or war damage, due to their hidden away location on the hillside. Off limits to foreign visitors for many years, be one of the first to view these incredible intricate works of art, depicting a way of life long since vanished.

Exclusively with Wendy Wu Tours, those flying into charming Chongqing will no longer need to endure the laborious chore of a 10-page China Visa application or queuing to have fingerprints taken at the consulate before departing. As of 2020, when travelling with Wendy Wu Tours you can enter China via Chongqing with the worlds first e-Visa. All you have to do is provide us with a colour copy of your passport, and a passport photo and we’ll take care of the rest! You can take advantage of this hassle free visa on our Sichuan & Yangtze Delights tour featured below.

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