Chongqing city is to the west of China, the largest city in China In terms of actual land size, although it does not have the highest population. Surrounded by small green mountains, and intersected by the mighty Yangtze River, the city has the balance in landscape and atmosphere between urban and suburb areas and various sites for travel to enjoy. Upon your arrival, a city tour takes you to explore the contrasts coexist in Chongquing, from busy city centre to green and peaceful space in the city such asE Ling Hill, named 'courteous park' located in Changjiang Road with special plant species growing. From atop the Liangjiang Pavilion, you can take a glimpse over the incredible inpanoramic view of the city. Just three hours from Chongqing sets the mysterious Buddhist Dazu Rock Carvings, a UNESCO site, known as one of the must-season a China trip. Other sites that draws a lot of people to see is the Great Hall of the People, a huge building that is considered the architectural symbol of the city of Chongqing.