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Erhai Lake

Known as the ‘Pearl of the Plateau,’Erhai Lake is the second largest lake in Yunnan Province and the seventh biggest freshwater lake in China, by area and water storage.

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Mount Cangshan

With 19 peaks and 18 streams, the Cangshan Mountain is a national geological park lying west of Dali Ancient City, in Yunnan province, southwest China.

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Tiger Leaping Gorge

Famously known as one of the deepest gorges in the world, the Tiger Leaping Gorge is 16 kilometres long and a giddy 3900 metres from the waters of the Jinsha River.

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Jianshui Ancient Town

Jianshui is a charming town made-up of historic buildings. Built during the Tang Dynasty and boasting a history of over 1200 years, Jianshui Ancient Town is located 220 kilometres south

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Puzhehei Scenic Area

An oasis of tranquility, blessed with water lilies and fresh aromas, the Puzhehei Scenic Area is located northwest of Qiubei county, Wenshan Zhuang and the Miao Autonomous Prefecture.

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Dongchuan Red Land

Dongchuan Red Land (Chinese Name: 东川红土地) is located in the northeast, over 200 km from Kunming City, at an altitude of 1,800 to 2,600 metres (5,900 to 8,500 feet). 

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Lugu Lake

Travel to the border of Sichuan and Yunnan provinces, around 200 kilometres (124 miles) from Lijiang City, and you’ll discover the alpine Lugu Lake.

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