What to do: Chinese New Year | Part 6 Sichuan Hot Pot in Chengdu

After living the adventure in Jiuzhaigou for only 2 days, we were ready for our 10-hour bus drive back to Chengdu.

In the morning, our hostel owner’s driver took the four of us to the bus station. It was quite early in the morning, but we were ready for the ride. Except for Ana, because she was even sicker than the day before, so the next 10 hours would be torture for her.

We were happy when we finally arrived in Chengdu, and the first thing we did was to put our things back in our hostel and ask for a pharmacy.

When we found the needed meds, we went back to our hostel and got changed. We were hungry, so we decided to end our last night in Chengdu with a famous Sichuan Hot Pot.

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The middle pot was filled with spicy soup, the bigger one around with non-spicy one, because I absolutely can’t eat spicy food. Unfortunately, the hot soup kept on spilling into the non-spicy pot while it was boiling. But luckily, we had some coconut milk ready which saved our tongues from burning :’D

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Never order boneless chicken, because it is actually just the chicken feet which we refused to put into the hot pot :’DΒ 
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Other than that, all the ingredients were delicious! <3

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Inside the restaurant
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The entrance to the restaurant.

After our amazing dinner we strolled through the city a little bit. It was beautiful to have a last glimpse on Chengdu at night. It was still very busy and bright, a typical evening in a chinese big city.

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This was the funniest building I have seen. A panda climbing up the Prada building :’D

We returned to the hostel, tired and sleepy from the food. We packed our stuff and went to sleep, ready to fly back to Shanghai the next morning.

What about you guys? Have you ever tried Hot Pot? And do you like spicy food, or are you a sucker like me? :D

Thanks for reading and travelling with me.

Merveille.

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2 thoughts on “What to do: Chinese New Year | Part 6 Sichuan Hot Pot in Chengdu

    1. Yeah, I have to agree with you. Even if I liked spicy, it just a little bit annoying that all the food looses its original taste and just becomes spicy. I like the pure taste of most foods. And I do love hot pot as well. We used to eat that a lot, or malatang <3

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