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(1). One Day’s Tour: in the morning, visiting the Mountain Resort; in the afternoon, visiting Putuozongcheng Temple and Xumifushou Temple
(2). Two Day’s Tour:
D1: in the morning, visiting the Mountain Resort; in the afternoon, visiting Putuozongcheng Temple and Xumifushou Temple
D2: in the morning, visiting the Hammer Peak scenic areas ( Pule Temple, Hammer Peak, Frog Stone, Anyuan Temple); in the afternoon, visiting Puning Temple and Puyou Temple
(3). Three Day’s Tour:
D1: visiting the Mountain Resort
D2: in the morning, visiting Puning Temple and Puyou Temple; in the afternoon, visiting Putuozongcheng Temple and Xumifushou Temple
D3: in the morning, visiting the Hammer Peak scenic areas ( Pule Temple, Hammer Peak, Frog Stone, Anyuan Temple; in the afternoon, free activities in the city.
Restaurants and Hotels
There are tens of restaurants and hotels in Chengde including
some offering services for foreigners such as Tianbao Holiday, Mountain Resort Hotel, Yunshan Hotel, Qianyang Hotel and Jinjiang Wenguan Hotel.
The Golden Tourism Map of Beijing,Qinhuangdao and Chengde
The Vacation of Beijing Royal City's Cluture
The Vacation of Chengde Royal Garden,Temples and Ecology Ground
The Vacation of Qinhuangdao's Seashore
The Vacation of Tianjin Relaxing and shopping
  Manzu Foods
 
Manzu is good at barbecue in cooking and like to eat soybean paste, wild vegetables and various fungi. They particularly like to eat pork boiled in plain water, which is called “ white zhurou”. Roast whole sheep are often eaten at grand feast, but they don’t eat dog meat and everything made of dogs is forbidden to use, for Manzu’s ancestor is said to have been saved by a dog, so they have special affection for dogs. Wheat flour and rice is their main food and it is cooked in various ways, and the following food are their representative staples:
Xiaoroufan: also called “yangzifan”, is cooked in a covered vessel with little pieces of fried pork and sorghum.
Longhudou: cooked in a covered vessel with rice, millet and xiaodou .
Husked Sorghum Shuifan: first boil the husked sorghum in water, after it is done dredge it up from the water and put it into cold water. This kind of food is often eaten in summer.
Bobo: a necessary oblation at sacrificial rites, still the best food for Manzu to use in treating guests. It is cooked in different ways with the season. Doumian bobo is made in spring of glutinous millet covered with a layer of fried soybean flour, which is in the colour of golden yellow, sticky and savory. Suye bobo is eaten in summer, which is made of sticky sorghum flour and xiaodou covered with suye. Suye is grown by farmers with delicate fragrance. Niangao bobo is also made of glutinous millet with xiaodou mud in it, which is eaten with sugar and sometimes fried in oil.
People of Manzu are used to eating plain meat, xuechang, pork and sour cabbage with starch noodles. At festival, they like to eat Jiaozi and Shouparou is definitely eaten on the eve of lunar new year.
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