A major city of Sichuan Province




8 – 27°C / 46 – 80°F



The largest port in Sichuan province

Famous for Chinese liquor production

Luzhou is a prefecture-level city in the southeast of Sichuan Province. Located on the confluence of two rivers, it is not only the largest inland port of Sichuan province but also one of the key ports on the Yangtze River.

Luzhou is situated at the intersection of Sichuan, Chongqing, Guizhou, and Yunnan. This advantageous location determined the rapid growth and development of the city. In the Qing Dynasty, Luzhou served as a political, economic, and cultural center and as the convergent area between Sichuan and the surrounding provinces.

Due to its geographical position, Luzhou has a stunning landscape characterised by river valleys, hills, mountains, and forests. Influenced by the humid subtropical climate, Luzhou has four distinct seasons with hot, humid summers and short, dry winters.

Luzhou is known throughout China for being a center of liquor production. With a history of liquor making of more than 400 years, Luzhou is often called a “Wine City”. Today Luzhou is home to world-class liquor brands that produce high-quality, internationally famous baijiu.

With a long history, profound culture, strong ethnic customs, and rich tourism resources, Luzhou has formed five characteristic tourism resources represented by unique wine culture, ecological culture, political culture, historical culture, and Yangtze River culture. Besides, Luzhou hosts the most luxurious urban theme park with the biggest Ferris wheel in southeastern China that attracts many visitors.

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