5 Days Yunnan Tour Package: Kunming
Tour Code: KMT_09
||Arrival in Kunming
Upon your arrival, our guide will
pick you up at the airport and transfer to your hotel.
Visit the Bamboo Monastery.
Monastery: The first temple dedicated to Zen Buddhism in Yunnan. It dates back to the Song Dynasty (960-1279). The present structure mostly dates from the late Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). The temple's most outstanding artistic feature is the statues of the life-sized clay figures of 500 Arhats.
||Kunming - Stone Forest -
After breakfast, drive 90 KM to
Lunan county to visit the Stone Forest. Back to Kunming
in the afternoon.
Forest: Situated in Lunan County, it is an area
of typical karst landform with numerous groups of strange
gray-black stone peaks and stone pillars. The Stone
Forest covers an area of 400 square kilometers, is about
85 kilometers away from Kunming and requires 1.5 hours'
|| Kunming - Lijiang (Breakfast
Take morning flight to Lijiang.
Visit the Jade Dragon Snow Mountain, the Baisha Murals,
the Ancient Shuhe Village of Naxi people. In the afternoon,
visit Lijiang Ancient Town.
Dragon Snow Mountain: The much famed mountain is
situated some 15 km. north of Lijiang County, with thirteen
peaks resembling jade pillars holding the sky, it stands
majestically on the east side of the Jinshajiang River.
The main peak, Mount Fan (Shanzifeng), is 5,596 m. above
sea level, and is annually snowcapped.
Baisha Murals: Lijiang's murals are works of the
Ming Dynasty, chiefly created from the Hongwu to the
Wanli eras. They were originally distributed among the
Juexiansi Temple and twelve others, nine of which fell
to ruins. The remaining four temples have altogether
55 murals, with a total area of 139.22 sq. m.
people: Naxi literature is rich in form and content.
Besides works by Naxi scholars and writers, there is
a repository of oral folk literature.
Ancient Town: As one of UNESCO's World Heritage sites in China, Lijiang Ancient Town has attracted many tourists from home and abroad. Different with other old towns, it has no city wall. Lijiang features with cobbled streets, crisscrossing canals flowing with water, swaying willow trees and gaily-hued blossoms and many buildings and structures are in styles of Ming and Qing dynasties. The people here are mainly from the Naxi ethnic group and you can still see many older women dressed in their traditional attire. They have an obvious passion for flowers, as almost every courtyard is a garden.
Tour to the Tiger Leaping Gorge
and the First bend of the Yangtze River.
Gorge: One of the longest, deepest and narrowest gorges
in the world.
bend of the Yangtze River: The upper reaches of the
Yangtze River is named the Jinsha River, which originates
from the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. The Jinsha River flowed
southward along the Hengduan Mountain ranges and was forced
to the turn to north because of the Alpine movements which
caused changes in the earth's physiognomy. When the river
reaches Shigu Township, it makes an abrupt turn and flows
further northward, forming the rare V-shape bend.
Lijiang - Kunming (Breakfast
Take morning flight to Kunming.
Tour to the Dragon Gate in Western Hills, then visit
Bird & Flower market. Transfer to the airport for
your departure, end of service.
Hills: The forest reserve on the west bank of the
Lake consists of the Huating and Taihan mountains.
This is a colossal natural forest reserve in the midst
of a lofty mountain range crisscrossed by babbling brooks
and gurgling streams. Ancient trees are adorned with
thick, lush foliage and birds chirp and flutter in the
green treetops. Near the top of the mountain, is the
Dragon Gate. Hacked from the cliff between 1781 and
1835 by a Taoist monk and co-workers, the Dragon Gate
is a group of grottoes, sculptures, corridors and pavilions.
Hotels For This Tour
||New Era Hotel
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Daily American or Chinese breakfast
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your arrival at each city, a new local guide and driver
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