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Enjoy four days of magical Yunnan scenery, including the amazing Yuanyang rice terraces, the traditional architecture of Jianshui and the fantasy landscapes of the Stone Forest.
Discover Yunnan and its beautiful towns and scenery in this classic and amazing 6-day tour! This tour includes the major attractions of the captivating and diverse Province of Yunnan and provides you an insight to Yunnan's diverse minority culture.
Just like the rice terraces of Yuanyang in southern Yunnan, Luoping's canola fields have become a Mecca for photographers, although the season is much shorter here and therefore becomes much more crowded. The best time to visit is during the months of February and March when the flowers are in full bloom.
How much can you squeeze into one day in Kunming? At almost 1,800 metres above sea level, Kunming is China’s healthiest city. Well away from the smog and pollution of the coastal cities, Kunming is famed across China for its blue skies and balmy weather. Join us to explore some of its most fascinating sights as part of this one-day whistle-stop tour.
Combine three famous sites while joining this 3 days tour: visit the Stone Forest, one of Yunnan's 4 UNESCO World Heritage sites, Jiuxiang Scenic Region and Western Hills with stunning views over the city.
Sichuan is famous for the lovely pandas, if you come to Sichuan without meeting them, then it’s not a real visit. Leshan features the tallest stone Buddha statue in the world. This scenic area of Sichuan was included in the list of "World Natural and Cultural Heritage" by UNESCO in 1997.
Half Day visit The Zhiyun Monastery & Lashi Lake
The Guandu District of Kunming hosts the area’s most famous ‘old town’. Use this one-day-trip to stroll around and also visit Kunming’s newly arranged Provincial Museum (opened in May 2015). Get a deeper understanding of not only local archaeology and architecture but also learn about dinosaurs and Chinese ethnography.