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Nanxi River Scenic Area

Nanxi River Scenic Area

4.1/520 Reviews
River
The Nanxi River Scenic Area is located in Yao Autonomous County at the mouth of the Red River Autonomous Prefecture. Featuring scenic spots such as the Nanxi River limestone tropical primitive valley rain forest, the Huayu Giant Spring, the Silianshan ancient fortress cultural site, and so on, it is worth visiting. You can also drift on the river. On the path of Nanxi River drifting, there is a huge rock in front of the beach, like a gate, called "Rock Gate Pass." When the rubber boat passes this threshold, its bow and stern tilt up alternatively, like a seesaw. It is breathtaking.
Huayudong National Forest Park

Huayudong National Forest Park

3.4/521 Reviews
Forest
Dawei Mountain

Dawei Mountain

4.3/576 Reviews
Forest
Nanhu Park

Nanhu Park

4.5/5190 Reviews
City Park
Lake
Nanhu is located to the south of Mengzi County, and was formerly known as Caohai. During the Ming Dynasty, the magistrate directed villagers to extract the mud and weeds from the lake and used them to form three hills. The hills were named after the mountains Penglai, Weizhou and Fangzhang, where the immortals are said to live. Water was brought in from four springs in the surrounding area, including Jiuji Spring and Faguo Spring, and a smaller lake was formed to accompany the larger natural one. The banks of Nanhu Lake are lined with sage, while there are a variety of flowers and trees planted in the park, which has now become known as Nanhu Park. The main structure in Nanhu Park is the magnificent Yingzhou Pavilion, which remains extremely well preserved even to this day. Because it has been the destination of scholarly poets, it has also earned the nickname "Sea of Learning." This location is also the origin of Yunnan's famous legend of the rice noodles crossing the bridge.
Honghe Hani Rice Terraces

Honghe Hani Rice Terraces

4.6/5882 Reviews
Terraced Field
UNESCO World Heritage-Natural Site
The Honghe Hani Rice Terraces are located on the southern slopes of the Ailao Mountains in Yunnan province. They were constructed over generations by the local Hani people. There are four major scenic spots in the area: Bada, Laohuzui ('tiger mouth'), Duoyishu, and Jingkou Village. The rice terraces look particularly beautiful at sunrise and sunset. The frequent early morning mist that envelops the terraces creates a surreal landscape. Visitors can also learn about the Hani people's unique culture.
Fenshuiling Nature Reserve

Fenshuiling Nature Reserve

4.8/58 Reviews
Forest
Nature Reserve
Bada Scenic Area

Bada Scenic Area

4.5/5114 Reviews
Terraced Field
Folk Village
The Bada Scenic Area is also known as Malizhai Scenic Area and located in Yuanyang County, Honghe Hani and Yi Autonomous Prefecture. The scenic area is centered around Hani customs, culture and natural landscapes. Scenic attractions include the Quanfuzhuang, Bada and Shangmadian rice terraces. Bada Scenic Area is a prime destination for sightseeing around the Hani rice terraces and among clouds and seas. It is also where visitors can gain an understanding and experience of the heart of Hani culture.
Swallow Cave in Jianshui

Swallow Cave in Jianshui

4.5/5401 Reviews
Cave
Geological Sites
Located in east of Jianshui County, the Swallow Cave comprises natural forest land, dry caves and wet caves. In the scenic spot, travelers can admire natural wonders, beautiful stalactite of different shapes in karst caves and swallows leaving and returning to nests from May to July every year. Swallow Cave is one of the best places to observe magnificent natural wonders.
Puzhehei

Puzhehei

4.4/51,984 Reviews
Geological Sites
Cave
Puzhehei is a land of karst landscape and scenic agricultural fields. In 2013, it was a filming location for the hit reality TV series Where Are We Going, Dad? Here you can see karst caves, endless acres of lotus blossoms, and the beautiful country landscape that made Puzhehei famous. There are also ethnic minority villages here. The karst caves are a highlight of Puzhehei. Not only are these caves full of all sorts of stalactites, there are also many legends and myths about them. The golden season for visiting Puzhehei is from June to September, when the lotuses are in bloom.
Changqiaohai National Wetland Park

Changqiaohai National Wetland Park

4.3/512 Reviews
Wetland
Changqiaohai National Wetland Park is located in the Honghe Hani and Yi Autonomous Prefecture, north of Mengzi City. It is a lake formed by surface water from the Mengzi fault basin and is part of the remains of an even larger ancient lake. The lake is very clear, and there are gentle and dense grasslands covering the edge of the lake. Various waterfowl can be seen flying and dancing across the water, and the scenery is fresh and natural, making it an ideal place to relax.