About the local hosting organizationGreen Lion
About the volunteer workFeeling adventurous and open to knowing more? Well, what about immersing yourself in a new culture, trying things the local way, eating what they eat, enjoying their art and traditions and going to visit meaningful sites. All of these actions combined together not only represents details of a new adventure, but also presents the possibility of endless learning for you. When you choose this program, you are signing up for a truly intercultural experience. From our basic Chinese survival lesson, opportunities to learn the local customs and manners, enjoying a traditional Sichuan opera, making an authentic Chinese hot pot together, or visiting local temples, all the way to breathtaking indulgences that allow you to appreciate the natural beauty of the area.This tour has enough to keep you busy and get you inspired! Come along and embrace diversity, by being a part of this beautiful program.
Local accommodationAbout the Accommodation Your room will be in a hostel located in the center of Chengdu city. It features colourful accommodation and offers a tour desk, a garden, a shared lounge, a bar and a restaurant. There is also a desk, electric kettle, hairdryer and the bathroom comes with free toiletries and slippers. Food Arrangements Your meals will typically be Chinese dishes common of the local area, comprising mainly rice, noodles and vegetables with some meat.
About the project locationChengdu is the capital of Sichuan Province of China and also one among the three most populous cities in Western China. Chengdu is one of the most important economic, financial, commercial, cultural, transportation and communication centers in Western China. Chengdu also had the reputation of being ranked among one of the most livable cities in China, with bustling streets, new magnificent buildings, historical towns, beautiful monasteries. Like any major city, Chengdu has a lot to offer in terms of things to do and see. Although a guidebook can tell you everything you would need to know, here are a few ideas we recommend: Jinli Street This is a commercial pedestrian street described as being representative of the city. Here you will find plenty of shops and street food Wuhou Temple Located near to Jinli street, this temple complex provides the perfect antidote to the hustle and bustle found so close. Mount Qingcheng One of the most famous Taoist mountains in China at the top of which you will find Laojun Pavilion.