Chilling out in Chengde

Located among the pretty folds of Hebei Province, north east of Beijing, Chengde is a former imperial resort town that’s renowned for its preserved palaces and regal gardens. Most of its features were constructed in the 18th century, and the UNESCO – listed town remains an architecturally absorbing place through which to wander at length among graceful pavilions and pagodas – just like Qing emperors were inclined to do in summers gone by.

Chengde

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