The reason you should come to Yunnan once in a lifetime

Shangri-La is a prominent tourist destination in Yunnan Province, China, which has many similarities with the mysterious Tibetan land.

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Shangri-la is located at an altitude of 3,000 m above sea level, surrounded by snow-capped mountains, deep blue lake. When you come here, visitors will see the majesty that Nature Mother has bestowed on this place. As one of the sacred lands of Tibetan Buddhism, Shangri-la possesses a fresh atmosphere, numerous landscapes, temples, Buddhist monasteries as well as spectacular landscapes. Photo: Toiletroom.
Yunnan tourist, China.
The first stop that you cannot ignore is the Blue Moon Valley. The valley located on Ngoc Long Tuyet Son Mountain is famous for its beautiful scenery of clear blue water, in the distance is the white snow-covered mountain range all year round. Photo: HelloRF Zcool.
Yunnan tourist, China.
Nguyen Duong terraced fields, which were created for 1,300 years, are places where visitors can take photos and watch the water-color painting with many lines and harmonious colors. Photo: 4045.
Yunnan tourist, China.
Visitors cannot miss the vertical cliff of more than 3,000 meters - Tiger Leaping Gorge, one of the deepest canyons in the world. The sounds in the canyon echo through the air, bringing a sense of distance and mystery. Photo: Martinho Smart.
Yunnan tourist, China.
The Mai Ly snow mountain range in the Tang Dich Khanh people Autonomous Region, Yunnan Province, is a popular stopover. It has more than 20 permanent snow peaks, of which 6 peaks above 6,000 m. Kawa Karpo Peak, 6,554 m high, is one of the rare snowy peaks that people have never set foot on to its highest point. Photo: FS11.
Yunnan tourist, China.
Van Nam has a unique and diverse culture of many different ethnic groups living together. In particular, the Tibetans here still retain the unique culture and identity for thousands of years. Photo: Bunditinay.
Yunnan tourist, China.
The street food should try such as boiled eggs, fragrant dumplings, Yak cow milk, yogurt ... Along the roads, visitors do not miss the typical souvenirs of the Nap Tay people. They were colorful bracelets and earrings or bells with funny jingles, cute little cuddly Yak cows, briefcases and bags made of leather. Photo: Whyframe.

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