Brief Introduction of Hongyadong

Hongyadong is located at the intersection of Cangbai road in Chongqing business center, Yangtze River and Jialing River. It combines urban tourist attractions, business leisure landscapes and urban cultural landscapes into one. The scenic spots of Hongyadong are dazzling and attractive. Hongyadong is built on mountains and along the river based on Stilted House style which can mostly stand for the traditional architectural feature of Bayu. Hongyadong represents the real picture of ancient Chongqing and it has become the newest calling card of Chongqing.

History Background of Hongyadong

There are 17 city gates in ancient Chongqing during Ming dynasty, including 9 open gates and 8 closed gates. Hongyang Gate is one of the closed gates which means that the gate was only for military uses and you can not pass through this gate. And there was a gate tower built on it and cannons were well equiped to protect Chongqing City. Therefore, Cangbai road used to be called Gun Emplacement Street.

Three Big Streets of Hongyadong

Hongyadong consists of Zhiyanhe Coastal Bar Street, Tianchengxiang Bayu Style Street, Cuisine Street. These three streets are the fusion of every fashionable factors with different themes and unique features. It is the place that you will never miss.

Zhiyanhe Coastal Bar Street

There are many world famous bars and pubs, such as Pirate Bar. It not only inspires the brand new way of entertainment and life in Chongqing, but also leads the new direction of the night life.

Tianchengxiang Bayu Style Street

It presents a totally different fasion. Based on the prosperous views of Bayu 2,300 years ago, it also presents ancient domestic houses built with blue bricks and stone tiles.

Cuisine Street

It shows another kind of Unconventional Cuisine City, which combines many kinds of delicious food of ancient and current days.

Stilted House

Stilted houses are built on mountains and they can mostly stand for the traditional architectural feature of Bayu. Stilted houses seem to be planted on mountains and widely spread on the cliffs. They fully present not only the harmony between human and building, but also the harmony between building and nature.