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Six Senses_Qing Cheng Mountain_Sala Thai View Daytime[4]I so loved my trips to Sichuan last year I’m super excited about the opening of Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain, an hour’s drive from downtown Chengdu.

Explore the land of the beginning of the Silk Road, the Qing Cheng mountains and the Dujiangyan UNESCO World Heritage & Natural Cultural site while based at the resort of 113 villas and suites.

Eat at Farm2Fork western and buffet restaurant or sip a smoothie at Farm2Straw, explore Chinese cuisines from numerous provinces including, of course, Sichuan at 28Zodiac, local snacks at Wok Mee Shack, Thai at Sala Thai and sip on sundowners from the Moon Bar.

But best of all is the Six Senses Spa. Cross a bridge over to the 18,000 square feet of waterfalls, gardens, 10 treatment rooms, locally inspired signatures, yoga and tai chi. At this geographical birthplace of Tao the ancient philosophy is revered, with local treatments including a TCM consultation with their in-house doctor, cupping, scraping, Tui Na body massage or Chi Nei Tsang abdominal massage, reflexology and acupuncture.

Check out the full spa website here!