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Visit the famous hot spring and find other things to see in Chongqing
Developed in 1927 and one of 12 historical parks in Chongqing, the scenic South Hot Spring Park offers many things to see and do near Radisson Chongqing South Hot Spring. While famous for its hot spring, the park also features a dense forest that creates a natural oxygen bar. After a great night’s sleep in your hotel room, spend the day boating, hiking, and riding a cable car from the peak of Jianwenfeng Mountain. Then explore the ancient complexes and local dining spots in Ciqikou.
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9.36 mi / 15.07 km from the hotel
Known for its famous People’s Liberation Monument, this busy public area is often compared to New York City’s Times Square because of the surrounding skyscrapers. Around the square, you’ll find stores like Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and Rolex.
South Hot Spring Park
0.03 mi / 0.06 km from the hotel
Known as “Nanquan” for its location south of downtown Chongqing, South Hot Spring Park is famous for its hot springs and its glistening waterfall, Fairy Cave, emperor’s temple from the Ming dynasty, and WWII monument. The park was also home to Kong Yuan, a Chinese military leader of the First Republic.
7.1 mi / 11.42 km from the hotel
View rare species such as pandas and South China tigers among the more than 4,000 animals at this center for wildlife research and protection. Children also enjoy the educational area and small amusement park, which offers a carousel and other rides.
9.68 mi / 15.57 km from the hotel
A former military fortress for the Ming and Qing dynasties, Hongya Cave is a popular spot for tourists to learn about Chinese culture and features a stilt house built into a steep cliff.
Chaotianmen Dock - Yangtze River Cruises
10.06 mi / 16.2 km from the hotel
One of the busiest docks in China, Chaotianmen is the perfect location to start a scenic tour of the Yangtze River. Book a sightseeing trip and explore the dramatic Three Gorges among other beautiful locations.
Named the “Porcelain Port,” the ancient village of Ciqikou traces its heritage to porcelain production in the Ming and Qing dynasties. Take a stroll along narrow alleyways to explore art studios, tea bars, and Shu embroidery shops.
Learn more about Chongqing and the Three Gorges region at one of China’s largest museums. Exhibits cover the region’s cultural heritage and natural setting, including the gargantuan undertaking of building the Three Gorges Dam.