Mu Family Mansion
White Horse Dragon Pool
Looking at the Past Pavillion
The Looking at the Past Pavilion was raised for tourists at a cost of over one million yuán. It's famed for a unique design using dozens...
One of the few things you can do in the evening in Lìjiāng is attend performances of this orchestra inside a beautiful building in the...
Sakura Good Food Square
Snackers should not miss the open-air food market where vendors sell appetising bite-size treats, some of which are native to Lìjiāng....
Mu Family Mansion information
Lonely Planet review
The former home of a Naxi chieftain, the Mu Family Mansion was heavily renovated (more like built from scratch) after the devastating earthquake that struck Lìjiāng in 1996. Mediocre captions do a poor job of introducing the Mu family but many travellers find the beautiful grounds reason enough to visit.