In addition to Dali and Lijiang, these off-the-beaten-path attractions in Yunnan are also worth visiting

When it comes to traveling to Yunnan, do you immediately think of Dali and Lijiang? In fact, besides these two places, Yunnan also has many offbeat attractions that are worth a visit.

Bingzhongluo Town

The Baima Snow Mountain is known for its 'harmony between man and nature, and coexistence of man and god'. It is located in the northern part of the Nu and Drung ethnic autonomous county in Gongshan, Nujiang Prefecture. When you enter here, stroll along the ancient road of a thousand years, look at the rushing Nu River in the steep canyon, sit in the beautiful and elegant churches and temples, the quiet and peaceful village houses in the fields, the dense primitive forests, and the majestic snow-capped mountains, you will be intoxicated by this beautiful pastoral scenery.
Wengding Village is located in the Laohuzhai Yi and Wa Autonomous Township of Mengjiao Dai and Yi Autonomous County, Cangyuan Va Autonomous County, Lincang City, Yunnan Province. It is currently the most well-preserved ecological Wa village in China. Every morning and evening, the entire village is enveloped in wisps of smoke, creating a natural and primitive living scene. The sunrise and sunset in the Wa village are accompanied by beautiful smoke and the fantastic light and shadow of swaying trees.

Heshun Ancient Town

Located in Tengchong, Yunnan, it is the largest overseas Chinese community in the southwest, and has completely preserved the characteristics of Chinese Ming and Qing culture, known as the living fossil of ancient Chinese architecture.

Shaxi Town

Located between Dali Scenic Area and Shangri-La and Lijiang. Walking along the stone slabs into the West City Street, the buildings on both sides are full of ancient charm, as if traveling back to ancient times.
The village is located in the Yunling Township of Deqin County, at the eastern foot of Meili Snow Mountain in Yunnan. It is only accessible to the outside world through a mountain road. Yubeng Village is divided into Upper Yubeng Village and Lower Yubeng Village. The upper village leads to the Sino-Japanese joint climbing base camp for climbing Kawagebo, while the lower village leads to the Yubeng Waterfall, where you can see the ancient seal characters and the unique sight of five trees with the same root along the way.