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A friend and I visited this over hyped attraction on a Friday evening. What a mob there was with a long wait even to enter. We decided not to enter so walked along to the bridge and took some rather good pictures but were never...More
Amazing view from the bridge and across the river, spectacular at night with all the city lights up.
However, going into the belly of the beast is another experience. Hundreds of little shops and restaurants, selling more or less the same things. Food is good...More
Best time to visit is at dusk, to enjoy the night lights and the hustle and bustle of 100’s of stores, selling anything and everything a tourist or a local may want. Beautiful views of the river and tons of eating places.
Normally, I’m not a big fan of rebuilt “traditional” houses that got turned into huge touristy markets. But to my surprise, I enjoyed Hongya Cave.
The place is huge! A lot bigger than I expected. You can wander for hours. There’s so much to see,...More
Besides the spectacular view at night, the cave also offers variety of shopping and assortment of food stalls. The premises also has fine dining, which were not too bad for this tourist Mecca in the area.
I went there during daytime, and it was horrible. Super hot, very humid, very "grey", dirty water... I went there at night and it was great. Still, super hot, but the view of the old buildings from the bridge is great.
Hongya Cave is a must-go if you visit Chongqing. The night view is spectacular. I must say it can’t be seen elsewhere. Inside this 11 storey building, you can enjoy good food, especially hot pot, buy local snacks and handicrafts, there are pubs, coffee places...More