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Early in 1991, one of the first six national hi-tech zones was approved in Chengdu, China. The Ministry of Science and Development wanted to transform the area into a worldclass development zone over a total planned area of 130 square kilometers. The zone would support various industries; the service industry for manufacturing assistance, finance and business services; – while also creating an internationalized modern urban area suitable for business and life. The latter promise has been realised with great restaurants, beautiful UNESCO World Heritage sites, museums and massive parks. To enjoy this corner of China without getting lost, dive right into our comprehensive guide below.