Sometimes we need a place to go to be away from all the hustle and bustle of our busy lives. In the mysterious East of China, such a place exists. Here time moves slower, a relaxing pace for the soul.
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The Himalayan foothills get closer and closer all the time. Earlier this year, the new high speed train reached as far as Dali, and now it is about to pull into the station at Lijiang.
Lijiang's "Impression Lijiang" will undergo its annual maintenance closure from December 21 to 31.
Yunnan is China's most diverse province with colourful culture, ethnic minorities and landscapes. For western travelers, there is a popular route that passes through three iconic places: Dali, Lijiang and Shangri-la. Learn more about our guests unique view of Lijiang...
Wonders Of Yunnan Travel from now on offers various Join-In-Group Tours with fixed departures. You are a solo traveler or traveling on a small budget? Sign up for one or more of our group tours with minimum 2 and maximum 15 participants to exciting destinations all over Yunnan!
The Tiger Leaping Gorge is temporarily closed for safety reasons until further notice. Due to heavy rains in north-west Yunnan, landslides blocked the main road to the scenic area and the hiking trail. We will keep track of the latest news. Please get in touch with us for any question!
Planning a family trip to Yunnan? Make sure to include Lijiang in your itinerary! This summer, students under 16 years of age can enjoy a large variety of discounts as well as free admission to the main tourist attractions, the most popular shows and accommodation too!
In June 2017, a group of over 50 students and their teachers from various Hong Kong schools (La Salle College, the St. Paul's Secondary School as well as the Pui Tak Canossian College) took part in our South Of The Colourful Clouds Tour throughout Yunnan. Great fun for all people involved!
Fabio Nodari is an Italian travel blogger and photographer. Besides detailed travel stories and tips where to travel next, his website also shows a variety of perfectly shot pictures he has taken over the last years. Recently, he has also been to Yunnan and together with us explored the area.
The old Naxi town of Baoshan Stone Village (宝山石头城) is worth a visit when you're around the area of Lijiang. Nestled at the banks of the Yangtze River (here known as the Jinsha River), Baoshan is home to about hundred families who have built their houses on a mushroom-shaped giant rock.