Ziyang Travel Guide
Chinese Name: 资阳市 (zī yáng shì)
Location: Situated in the center of Sichuan Province, Ziyang is 87 kilometers (54 miles) southeast of the provincial capital, Chengdu and a little over 200 kilometers (about 124 miles) southwest of the vast municipality of Chongqing.
Area: 7,962 square kilometers (3,074 square miles)
Administrative Division: 1 district (Yanjiang); 2 counties (Lezhi, Anyue); 1 county-level city (Jianyang)
Seat of the City Government: 9, Guangchang Lu, Yanjiang District
Useful Telephone Numbers:
Tourist Complaints: 0832-6110087
Weather Forecast: 121
Zip Code Inquiry: 184
Bank of China: 3, first section of Yancheng Lu, Yanjiang District
China Post: 117, Jianshe Bei Lu, Yanjiang District
Ziyang Attractions - Things to Do
Sancha Lake: Situated in southwest Jianyang City, it is formed by the local reservoir. This man-made boasts the most islands of any lake in Sichuan province.
Anyue Grotto: The grotto is home to a unique collection of hand-carved Buddhist and Taoist statues. These historical relics were carved during the Tang Dynasty (618 – 907)
Other Scenic Spots: Longquan Lake, Longquan Mountain
How to Get to Ziyang
Ziyang's transportation network is outstanding due to its geographic location. Major expressways including Chengdu-Chongqing, Guangzhou and Xiamen to Chengdu and Shanghai-Lhasa pass through the city. Convenient rail travel is available on the Chengdu-Chongqing railway. By automobile, Chengdu is about an hour away and Jianyang is about a forty-minute drive.
Ziyang Bus Station: 66, Jianshe Bei Lu, Yanjiang District
Jianyang City Bus Station: 31, Dongfeng Lu, Jiancheng Town, Jianyang City
While Ziyang weather avoids extremes, it still has four definitive seasons. Summers are warm but the heat is not oppressive. While winters can be chilly, snow is a rarity. January and August are the coldest and hottest months, with annual average temperatures of 6.5 and 26.5 respectively.
Ziyang Travel Tips
History: Archaeological digs in 1951 unearthed the Ziyang Man fossil. This finding proved that human settlers occupied this area about thirty-five thousand years ago. A county-level administrative organization was established in 135 B.C. during the Han Dynasty (206 B.B. – 220 A.D.). The city gained its name for its location north of the Zishui River (the present Tuojiang River).
Physical Features: The city lies in the center of the Sichuan Basin with higher terrain in the west and lower terrain in the east. Its topography is ninety percent hilly and ten percent alluvial plain. The Tuojiang River flows southeast through the city.
Special Local Products: lemons, peanuts, mandarin oranges, Linjiangsi bean sauce, and bamboo articles from Anyue County.
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Company Name: Ziyang Nanjun Automobile Co., Ltd.
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