Mountain range that overlooks Dàlí and offers great hiking.
Originally constructed in the Tang dynasty, this was once the most important temple in the Dàlǐ area. Only one of the original 36 halls is still standing, although sporadic reconstruction work on another continues. …
A pilgrimage site for the local Bai people, who traditionally worship the female goddess Guanyin, this big and impressive temple dates back to the Ming dynasty, although it has been extensively restored since then
Mountain spring that gushes into three basins. The combination of the clear water and the stones in the basins give the water an attractive green-blue colour that delights local visitors.
Temple on the side of Zhōnghé Shān. At the temple, be careful of imposter monks passing out incense and then demanding ¥200 for a blessing.
Kubla Khan used this place as a base back in the late 13th century.