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Erhai Lake, A Lake with Secret
Erhai-Lake is located in Dali ancient town which is famous for Xiaguan wind, Shangguan flower, Cangshan Mountain snow and Erhai Lake moon. Erhai features pleasant weather, Bai Minority Ethnic flavor, ...
Butterfly Spring
Located in Dali, Yunnan Province, Butterfly Spring is famous for crystal spring, exuberant trees, eye-dazzling butterflies and touching love stories. Looking for an ethnic and romantic tour? ...
Dali Ancient City: city of Fragrance
Dali has been well-known at home and abroad for its long history, abundant cultural heritage and magnificent landscape. The ethnic people and their passion are very impressive as well. In 1982 the ...
Mt. Cangshan, where the story of Dali begins
Composed of 19 peaks with average elevation above 3500m, Cangshan Mountain runs from north to south. The 4122 meters high Malong Peak is the highest one here. It is snow-capped all year around. The ...
Three Pagodas
Three Pagodas tourist attractions, Dali tour, China tour,Three pagodas is a symbol of the history of Dali City, and a record of the development of Buddhism in the area....
Dali Bai Autonomous Prefecture Museum
Dali Bai Autonomous Prefecture Museum is really a garden Museum with strong local ethnic minority characteristics. It combines ancient Dali architectural styles and Bai architectural styles. The ...
Stone Forest World Geopark
Located in Yunnan province, Stone Forest is a bewildering wonderland composed of massive scale and diversified stalagmites, stalactites, underground caves and lakes. This intriguing place is ...
Xizhou, the Museum of Bai Architecture
Famed as the museum of Bai peoples residence, Xizhou ancient town is the best site to their architecture featuring poetic beauty. Among the substantial residences here, over 30 courtyards include ...
Shuanglang Fishing Village
Shuanglang is a small town to the northeast of Dali and it has a honorable title: the most scenic town around Lake Erhai. This small town, or rather a fishing village, doesn’t have many sights to ...
 
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