Yunnan Dali Ancient Town's location and architectural beauty make it a favorite with visitors for architecture and culture of the Bai Ethnic Minority Groups, which gives the town a unique atmosphere and appearance.
Dali Erhai Lake has an ear shape covering an area of 250 square kilometers, 1,972 meters above sea level. The lake is an important fish source of food for the local Bai Ethnic Minority Groups.
Outside the Dali Ancient Town, the Three Pagodas are arranged in a triangular pattern and the temple complex are back up to the Cangshan Mountains and face Erhai Lake. It is said that the pagodas were built to protect the people living in the area.
Located outside of Yunnan Dali City, the Zhou Village is a beautiful and unique village populated by the Bai Ethnic Minority Group. The village is situated at the foot of Cangshan Mountain, which adds to the beauty of it.
Located at the foot of the Zhonghe Peak, the Sanyue Street is a traditional trade fair for Bai people in Dali. The fairs are held in March in lunar year and it last for 5 to 7 days.
With high roofs and yellow tiles, the imposing architecture of Dali Bai Autonomous Prefecture Museum (Dali Municipal Museum), stands in Xiaguan's northeast sector near the approach to Erhai Park.
Located in Xiangyun County, Bai Autonomous Prefecture of Dali City, Yunnan Yi gets its name due to the establishment in Yunnan, Ming and Qing Dynasty; it belongs to the old haunt of Yunnan County in Han Dynasty and Yunnan Shire in Wei and Jin Dynasty.
The Butterfly Spring is situated at the foot of Yunnong Peak of Cangshan Mountain. The water here is crystal clear and the place where the spring bubbles up attracts people with its tranquility.