What is HHS Program
Chengdu province is known for its relaxed, leisurely lifestyle. The people of Chengdu love spicy food, and have their own special take on it: the hot pot. Hot pot isn’t just the most famous food in Chengdu: it’s also a good way to meet friends! Start your stay in Chengdu with a “warm” welcome.
With tens of thousands of tourists and locals passing through each day, Jinli promenade is one of busiest streets of Chengdu. The charming architecture is a mixture of several prominent historical styles, and the countless teahouses, restaurants, shops and bars light up at night for a positively romantic experience.
Located seven kilometers southwest of Emeishan City this mountain is one of the four mountain ranges in China sacred to Buddhists. Aside from its trails and temples, Mount Emei is also home to a large population of friendly monkeys for you to feed and photograph.
Leshan Giant Buddha:
At a towering 71m tall, with a 14.7m head and a 24m shoulder span, the Leshan Giant Buddha is the largest Buddha statue in all of China. Even the Buddha's ears are 6.72m long and his feet are so big you could throw a picnic on the nail of his big toe, at 1.5m in length. You might get into trouble though: while the Buddha would forgive you, the Leshan Giant Buddha is protected and preserved by the government.