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All reviews the river interesting building view at night beautiful at night traditional chinese style shopping complex street level stores selling visit at night food stalls hotpot hot pot knick knacks take pictures interesting place lots of shops souvenirs
If you are in town perhaps waiting to board a cruise make sure you go to Hongya Cave and walk around the city and see the magnificent lights. The best view if from the bridge and the bridge its self is very impressive. I wasn't...More
This is definitely a must visit sightseeing site if you are in town. After stages of development in different times, it is now quite new but still full of uniqueness. We walked to another side of the river to take this area’s stunning picture. When...More
I went on a Wednesday night and the area was packed! Recommend going at night as the lights make the area look nicer. I got there at street level and there were two options to get down to the bottom; walk down or use an...More
The main thing about Hongya Cave is all the lights! Viewing it from outside was spectacular! Even though only about half of the lights were on when we visited, it was still beautiful. Also looking at the lights across the Jialing River was an interesting...More
The place has a number of local stores selling food, snacks, and souvenirs. Based on my understanding, it is a cave which relates to Chinese History. But nowadays it was constructed with Chinese ancient style buildings which makes this place more attractive.
My gracious business hosts brought me here despite stating as locals they never went because there were so many tourists. ;-) They we’re right! But now I can say I’ve been there...and it was well worth the crowds.
When I flew in to Chongqing is was not raining heavily, so I decided to go for a walk. I asked my guide Sherry how far is Hongya Cave from my hotel. Even though this visit was not scheduled in my itinerary, Sherry agreed to...More
Hongya Cave (Hongyadong) is an 11-storey, 75 meters (245 feet) stilt house butting up against a steep cliff. It’s a popular shopping/dining spot for locals and tourists alike. There are lifts to the top but you may be waiting a while. Alternately you can take...More