Datang (Chinese: 大塘; pinyin: Dàtáng, also known as Datangpu (Chinese: 大塘铺), is in Pujiang County, Chengdu City, Sichuan province. It has good transport links and major routes between Datang, Chengdu and Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport.
It is one of the most beautiful green and pollution free tourist attractions and one of the regions which maintain Chinese culture.
Datang is close to P'ing-lo Town, Qionglai City, Pujiang County Countryside, Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport.
Datang has access to banks, ATMs, post offices, supermarkets, major market, hotels, Hospital, schools, police station and bus transportation.
Hongfu Village is a major village and in part of Datang Town's famous places.
There are many agricultural and farms and products, so it can be called one of the regions of the Box of Rice in China. Most of the houses have farm animals.
Datang Town is also the County of control region to Hongfu Village and other villages under its region), 80 km West of Chengdu City in Sichuan Province (from Chengdu 80 km distance straight Line measure).
The Phone Country code for China is +86 and City code is 28.
Pingle, Qionglai Town is a very beautiful town and has tourists all year long. They can see a lot Chinese traditions, a beautiful river, and a waterfall. Evening sunset time is very attractive and a lot of people enjoy shopping downtown and there are many restaurants and hotels.
Datang Town is South East to Pujiang City/Pujiang County, Sichuan also called Pu Jiang which was also known as Feng’an, or Puyang in ancient times, is the largest city in Pu Jiang County, with an estimated population of 300,000. It is the county seat.
It was founded ca. 200 AD as part of the Kingdom of the Shu.
Pujiang is steeped in history and culture, having been home to many famous artists and calligraphers.
Long Feng Tower and park, on a hill overlooking the City Center, is left over from a temple dating back to 1025 AD.
From Pujiang there are also buses for both Datang (Datangpu) Town and Chengdu City and other ways around in major traffic zones.