If you need to break from the hustle and bustle of Chengdu’s cityscape, then you might want to know that there’s a nearby mountain that you can explore. Book through Klook and go on a two-day tour to discover the wonders of Mount Emei and Leshan! You’ll begin by riding a bus to a hostel near the mountain and check-in. Once you’re done with that, you’ll begin your exploration of this incredible natural gem. You’ll then proceed to an area near the Wannian Temple, where you can decide if you want to hike or ride the cable wagon to reach the temple. Once you’re there, you can explore the temple’s hallowed halls and offer prayers for good fortune as you move along. You’ll also visit the Bailong Cave Temple, which is one of the many ancient Buddhist shrines on the mountain. After that, you’ll proceed to the Qingyin Pavilion, which sits above a river flowing down the mountain. There you can bask in the serene atmosphere generated by the rustling of colorful leaves and the soothing sounds of the river’s rippling waters. Once you’re done romping around the pavilion, you’ll be brought back to your hostel where you can mellow out until you fall asleep. On the next day, you’ll travel to Leshan, a city sitting in between the Dadu and Min Rivers. This bustling urban jungle is called the City of Gastronomy because there’s a lot of delicious meals and delicacies to try there. Some of them can only be found in the city and nowhere else. It’s also the home of the Leshan Giant Buddha, a looming 71-foot tall statue sitting in between two cliff faces. Make sure to bring a camera so you can take pictures of it. During this awesome two-day tour, you’ll be accompanied by a bilingual tour guide who can communicate in English and Chinese. He will share riveting stories and incisive trivia about the mountain and the city of Leshan as you move along. This is definitely a must-book tour for any tourist looking to see what lies beyond Chengdu.