Qing Cheng, China

  • The lush green hills, waterfalls, and lakes of the region make this a must-see destination for nature lovers.
  • Try the deliciously spicy Sichuan cooking of the region -- Sichuan peppers are a staple of most dishes.
  • Cable cars are a convenient mode of transportation up and down Qing Cheng Mountain. 
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Sacred Birthplace of Tai Chi

You have never seen China like this before. Six Senses Qing Cheng is situated at the picturesque gateway to the mystical mountain of Qing Cheng, a famous Taoist highland. Surround yourself with verdant forest, thick shoots of bamboo and densely hanging fog in this cradle of civilization. Dotted with holy temples and cultural relics, the mountain is also home to a wild panda research center and near Dujiangyan, a UNESCO World Heritage and Natural Cultural site. This is where Tai Chi was born, a therapeutic exercise that combines kung fu and qigong breathing. Settle into this ancient landscape in an unforgettable vacation experience.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested Airport
    Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport (CTU)
  • Location
    Dujiangyan, Sichuan
  • Mountain
    Famous Taoist Center
  • Listed As
    UNESCO World Heritage Site

Fresh Things to Do

Featured Activity

  • Qing Cheng Mountain, the Birthplace of Tai Chi

    Named "the most peaceful and secluded mountain under heaven," Qing Cheng Mountain holds a sacred place in history as one of the most significant Taoist mountains in the country. Located in the southwest province of Sichuan, visiting this natural miracle's beauty is necessary during your stay at Six Senses.

    Waterfalls at Mount Qingcheng. In Taoist mythology, the mountain was the location of the Yellow Emperor's education with Ning Fengzhi, head of an important clan. At the waterfalls, imagine stepping back in time.

    Dujiangyan Giant Panda Center. About 7 miles from the town center, the wild panda research center allows you to get up close and personal with these well-cared-for giant pandas. There are less than 2,000 giant pandas in the entire world, making them a very endangered species. The center is committed to doing its part to save the population.

    Jianfu Palace. Built during the Tang Dynasty somewhere between 619 and 907, the palace, gardens and surrounding site are great for a panoramic photo op.

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Travel Tips


  • Forecasting Your Qing Cheng Vacation

    Located deep in the forests of China, the area surrounding the Qing Cheng Mountains boasts a subtropical climate characterized by mild conditions and relatively high humidity. Rain is common, especially in July and August, though the continuous moisture helps keep the foliage lush and green year-round.


Map of Qing Cheng, China

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