Cāng Ěr Chūn
Absolutely the symbol of the town/region, these pagodas 2km north of the north gate are among the oldest standing structures in...
The museum houses a small collection of archaeological pieces relating to Bai history, including some fine figurines. English...
The eternally happening, Brit-run, Bad Monkey brews its own beers in the nearby mountains, has regular live music and endless drink...
Méi Zi Jǐng
This charmingly authentic Bai rest aurant is composed of three grey-brick courtyards each containing small seating nooks where locals...
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Lonely Planet review
Surrounded by cookie-cutter Western-style eateries, this small, two-storey place is a local favourite. A great place for classic Bai dishes like Grandma's potato (lǎo nǎi yángyù ) and Yunnan staples like táozá rǔbǐng . There's a limited English menu, but you can also point at anything that takes your fancy.