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Dali Ancient City

Dali Ancient City abbreviated as Yucheng City is located at the foot of beautiful Cangshan Mountain.

The Ancient City faces Erhai Lake to the east ad Cangshan Mountain to the west. The gate tower of the City is grand and the sights here are beautiful. Dali is a magnificent ancient city with a perimeter of 6 kilometers. Its former city walll is 7.5 meters high and 6 meters thick. There used to be four city gates, each on one side. On the gates were the gate towers. While Xiaguan, the capital of the Autonomous Region of Dali, depicts you an scene of prosperity and bloom, the Ancient City of Dali will give you a simple, unsophisticated and quiet impression.

Dali show a manner of primitive simplicity. The main street of the City runs from south to north. On both sides of the street stand houses with green tiles. ancient shops and streams of workshops. The typical houses for Bai people have three rooms: one major room and two wing-rooms, and a shining wall. Right opposite the major room stands a wall. Every time when the sun is setting, the sunlight shines onto the wall and then reflects into the yard, so the whole yard is bright. So the wall is called "shining wall". This is seen even more often in Xiaguan, the City of Wind. In order to avoid the gales from the west, the major rooms of most families sit in the west and face the east. Another characteristic of the houses is that in all the four directions of a yard are rooms. In the four joints there are four small dooryards. Together with the bigger dooryard in the center of the yard, there are five dooryards altogether.

Decoration is another feature of houses for Bai people. They pay much attention to the gate and the tower. Upturned eaves, up-holding corners, arches and colourful pictures are all characteristics of their houses. Most of their windows, doors and shining walls are decorated with woodcarving of Jianchuan, marbles, coloured drawings or patterns, and washes. The technics is delicate, and the style is elegant. All these make the houses of Bai people one of the best among the houses in southwest China. Local people in Dali love flowers. There is a saying going like this: "there is a well in every three families, and several pots of flowers in every family." Most families have a flower bed in the yard where grow all kinds of flowers like camellia. On every Feb. 14th according to the lunar calendar, it is the Flower Festival. Every family puts all its potted plants in front of the house to make a flower hill. This attracts many visitors from all directions. For their love for flowers, local people name their girls after the names of flowers. "Golden Flower" is a good name for local Bai girls, and Dali is also called the "Hometown to Golden Flowers".

The newly built Foreigners' Street is a place for the foreign visitors to gather together. The featured snacks of Bai people and famous Three Cups of Tea will sure bring you a different feeling.

On both sides of streets in Dali City there are many shops and booths selling things made from marble. Marble is also called Dali Stone in Chinese because it is produced in Dali. There are marbles on all the nineteen peaks of Cangshan Mountain. The marble has exquisite texture and unique veins. It is colourful and glitters translucently. The development and utilization of marbles began in the Kingdom of Nanzhao in as early as Tang Dynasty. All kinds of craftworks made from marbles are available in these shops and booths such as screens, brush pots and vases.


Three Pagodas

The Three pagodas of Dali are situated between Cangshan Mountain and Erhai Lake. They stand high and grand, and are one of the famous sights of Dali.

The major tower of the Three pagodas is Qianxun Tower. It is square and as high as 69.13 meters, and has 16 floors. Like the Small Yan Tower and the Big Yan Tower in Xian, the Qianxun Tower is a typical building of Tang Dynasty. Looking up from the foot of the tower, you can see it stands high into the sky.

The foundation of the Tower is square and has tow layers. The lower layer has a perimeter which is as long as 33.5 meters. There are stone balusters around the layer, and on the end of the balusters are stone lions. The higher layer has a perimeter which is as long as 21 meters. To its east stands a stone wall which is engraved with the words "govern the mountains and rivers forever". They have been inscribed by Mu Shijie, the descendant of the leader of Qian Kingdom, Muying. The characters are grand and strong, and quiet has a verve. Behind the stone wall is the stele of Rebuilding the Three pagodas which was set up by the provincial people's government. About 70 meters to the west of Qianxun Tower, there are two small pagodas in the south and north with equal distance from Qianxun Tower. The two pagodas are octagonal brick pagodas with 10 dense eaves. Both of them are 42.19 meters high. The pagodas are empty from the first floor to the eighth floor with crosses supporting inside. The foundation is also octagonal. The two small pagodas are 97 meters away from each other. The three pagodas become three rival powers with unified overall arrangement and harmonious sculpt, and thus make a perfect whole.

During the one thousand years since the Three pagodas were built, they have gone through much. For example, they have undergone many strong earthquakes in the history. According to the historical records, in the year Zhengde 9 of Ming Dynasty (1514AD), there was a strong earthquake and Qianxun Tower got a crack as wide as two rulers which looked like a broken bamboo. Ten days later, the Tower was repaired. In 1925, another earthquake hit Qianxun Tower. The top fell and the state of the Tower became worse and worse. After the foundation of the People's Republic of China, the Communist Party and People's Government attached great importance to the protection of cultural relics. The most remarkable thing during the maintaining was that people found more than 600 cultural relics of the periods of Nanzhao and Dali such as figures of Buddha, written sutras and so on, from the top and the foundation of Qianxun Tower. All these provide precious materials for studying the history, religion and culture during the periods of Nanzhao Kingdom and Dali Kingdom.


Erhai Lake

The Erhai Lake coexists well with the Cangshan Mountain. The Lake is the second largest lake of Yunnan Province, with the Dianchi Lake ranking the first. It goes in the north from Jiangwei Village of Eryuan County to Xiaguan of Dali in the south, and is as long as 41.5 kilometers from the northern end to the southern end. It covers an area of about 251 square kilometers, with an altitude of 1,972 meters. It is called Erhai Lake because it has a shape of an ear of human beings. On the Tuanshan Mountain of the southern end of Erhai Lake there is an Erhai Park. The Park is an ideal place to enjoy the sight of Cangshan Mountain and Erhai Lake.

Looking down from the sky, you will find Erhai Lake is just like a crescent lying quietly between Cangshan Mountain and the Basin of Dali. In the Erhai Lake there are 3 islands, 4 islets, 5 lakes and 8 bendings. It is a lake from the sinking of faultages. The water is so clear that you can even see the lake bed. With such a high transparence, Erhai Lake has been called the "flawless and beautiful jade lying among mountains"from the ancient times. It is said that there grows a very big jade cabbage on the sea bed. The clear water is in fact the jade fluid coming from the heart of the cabbage.

Between Erhai Lake and Cangshan Mountain lies a fan- shaped flat alluvial basin. In the basin are fertile farmlands and many villages, and stand the Three Towers of the Chongsheng Temple. The basin has beautiful natural views, key points of interests and colourful folk-customs, and thus gains the good name "scenery gallery".

Enter into the Park from the small dock and climb the mountain along the stone steps. At the top of the mountain you will see the Sea Watching Pavilion with flying eaves. You can stroll in the corridor of the Pavilion and look as far as you can. All the scenery of Cangshan Mountain and Erhai Lake will be in you eyes.

Finally, as far as the natural sights in Dali are concerned, the most featured ones are the views consisting of coexisting mountains and waters. The water mentioned here is in fact Erhai Lake, the lake on the altiplano. So if you come to visit Dali, you should not fail to enjoy the beautiful sights of Erhai Lake.


Butterfly Spring

The Butterfly Spring lies in the green trees at the foot of Yunnong Peak of Cangshan Mountain. The Spring is 24 kilometers away from the Ancient City of Dali. It is a square spring pond. The water in the pond is clear like a mirror. Around the pond stand marble balusters. The Chinese characters of the name Butterfly Spring have been inscribed by the famous Chinese contemporary intellectual Guo Moruo.

Above the Butterfly Spring covers the dense crown of two strong bent Silktree Albizzia which are about hundred years old. In the third and fourth month of every lunar year, all kinds of flowers on the Yunnong Peak are in bloom. The big Silktree Albizzia by the Spring give off a faint fragrant scent. The great scent has a great attraction towards butterflies; so thousands of butterflies fly here from all directions and flutter all around the Butterfly Spring. Some of the butterflies are as big as a palm, and some are as small as a copper coin. The butterflies are of different colours: yellow, red, white, and so on. There are more than one hundred kinds of butterflies flying here. Many of them may even connect with each other by head and tail, and hang from the big Silktree Albizzia to the water surface. The sight is so magnificent and wonderful that people call it "the Party for Butterflies"

In the Park of Butterfly Spring there is a Butterfly Museum. In the Museum keep many rare specimens of butterflies. In addition, there are also Butterfly Pavilion and Butterfly Stele. Climb up to the mountainside, you can enjoy the beautiful sights of Erhai Lake from the Sea Watching Pavilion.


Cangshan Mountain

on the Cangshan Mountain, the vertical distribution of plants is obvious. There are more than 3,000 kinds of plants on the Mountain, which makes it one of Chinas storehouses for plant resources. The four wonders on Cangshan Mountain are Cloud, Snow, Peak and Brook.

Cangshan Mountain, also called Dian Cang Mountain or Holy Golden Eagle Mountain, is located to the northwest of the city proper of Dali. It is the major peak of the southern end of Yunlin Mountain. Cangshan Mountain is standing by Erhai Lake in the east, and watching Black Hui River in the west. There are 19 grand peaks on Cangshan Mountain, most of which have an altitude of more than 3,500 meters. The peaks stretch like a barrier from the south to the north. The major peak, Malong Peak, has an altitude of 4,122 meters. It is covered with snow all the year round; so there is a saying going like this: the snow will not melt even in mid-summer. The most wonderful thing is that there is a brook between every two peaks. The brooks run down from the peaks and then east into Erhai Lake. The 19 peaks and 18 brooks make a unique and colourful view of Cangshan Mountain.

Many sights with featured culture of Bai people are at the foot of Cangshan Mountain. They include the well-known Three Towers of Chongsheng Temple, Buddhist Picture Tower, Inaction Temple, Taoxi Zhonghe Temple, Nine Dragon Virgin Pool, three pools of Clear Green Temple and  Enlightenment Temple. Among the famous four wonders of Dali, (the Wind, the Flower, the Snow and the Moon) the Snow refers to the snow sight on Cangshan Mountain.


Rock Cave of Lion Pass

It is on the Precious Stone Mountain of Jian Zhou in the northwestern Yunnan.

In the region of the Lion Pass there are three very important rock caves:

In the first rock cave, there are the statues of the King of Nanzhao Kingdom, his imperical concubines, sons and daughters. Local people call the statues a happy Family.

In the first rock cave, there are the statues of the King of Nanzhao Kingdom, his imperical concubines, sons and daughters. Local people call the statues a happy Family.

The second rock cave is the tenth cave located in the barrancas under the Lion Cliff. The Cave is 1.8 meters high, 1,1 meters wide on the upside and 1.8 meters wide downside. In the niche of the cave there carves a statue of a monk. The statue is 1.7 meters high. With dark eyes and straight noses, the statue wears a lotus flower hat and a pair of boots, holds a stamp against evils in the right hand and a clean water bottle in the left. Behind the statue is the Buddhist light. Beside the statue is a dog. The dog bends its body and turns back, with a bell around its neck.

The third cave, the eleventh cave, is located at the bottom of the Lion Pass. In the Cave there is a shallow arch niche. The niche is 1.1 meters high and 0.9 meters wide.  In the niche carves a statue of a Persian. Its face has been destroyed, but you can still tell the dark eyes and straight nose. It wears a semi-arc hat, holds its left hand up and put the right hand down as if holding a trunk thin upside and thick downside. On the feet it wears a pair of boots. The Statue of Persian is the very witness of the ancient Dali opening up toward the outside world and its friendly contact with people of other countries.


Houses of Bai People in Xizhou

The Houses of Bai people in Xizhou is located in the Xizhou Town 16 kilometers away from the Ancient City of Dali.

Xizhou is not only a famous historic city, but also a typical commercial town for Bai people. It is one of the cradles of National capitalism of Bai people, and a famous hometown to overseas Chinese in Yunnan. So, you have to peruse Xizhou first if you really want to understand Dali and Bai people.

The Xizhou Town centralized on the Square Street. There are four big families living in the Town: Yan, Dong, Yang and Zhao. The houses of every family have their own features.

Outside the Xizhou Town grows two ancient vibrant elms, which are worshiped as "Trees with Geomantic Omen" by the locals. It is said that one elm is "yin" while the other is "yang". One grows new branches and leaves when the other shed leaves. This goes around year after year and the two elms get prosperous in turn. One produces fruits while the other never. There is also an old green tree in the village not very far to the northeast of the Town. Every time when the autumn comes, numerous snow-white bitterns rest in the tree, and this makes a unique view in Xizhou Town.

The Square Street is the center of Xizhou Town. It is a small square surrounded by shops. There in the square stands the recently-built Civilization Torii. Several anient toriis erected in the square and were called Success Torii, which derived its name from the fact that villagers who had achieved success in the national examinations were privileged to engrave their names on the torii. It had been built after several scholars in the town had achieved success in the Ming Dynasty.

Xizhou Town is a administrative town now but it used to be a prosperous ancient city. Long before the Nanzhao Kingdom moved here and settled down by the Erhai Lake, it had been a place where the foremen of Bai people "Heman" gathered and lived. At that time it was called Dali City and had many inhabitants.


Nanzhao Love Island

The Nanzhao Love Island lies in Shuanglang Village of Eryuan County, the most important part of the national scenic spot of Erhai Lake.

Nanzhao Love Island is one of the three islands in Erhai Lake. Surrounded by water, the island is bordering with Jizu Mountain which is a famous Buddhist Holy Land to the east, Precious Stone Mountain to the north, Dali to the south, and Cangshan Mountain and Erhai Lake to the west. Nanzhao Love Island boasts advantaged tourist resources. So there is a saying going like this, "the most attracting sight of Dali lies in Cangshan Mountain and Erhai Lake, and the most attracting sight of Cangshan Mountain and Erhai Lake lies in Shuanglang."

The views on the Nanzhao Love Island are charming and gentle. The sky and the sea here have the same colour, and the wind and the moon will sure bring you a good time. The old trees on the island have a long history of thousands of years, and they are very flourishing. There are also many ancient deep caves and they go winding and interveining.

Nanzhao Love Island consists of eight sights, and they are the dock of Shayimu group statues, seascape villas, Acuoye Kwan-yin Statue on Yunnan Fuxin Square, Nanzhao Summer Palace, the square of local culture and art of Bai People, the amusement park on the beach, the stone groups of Taihu Lake, and the special view of the pride of fishing families. The visitors can enjoy the sweetness of the eight sights, the grandness of the two squares, the splendor of the palace, the joy of the village, and the beauty of the 33 views.

Get off the ship, and walk along the zigzaging path with flowers and grass of south China and trees of frigid zone on both sides, you may feel as if you walk into a miniexpo.

If you are tired, you can watch the dancing and singing performances of minorities, taste the Three Cups of Tea, and enjoy the colourful folk-customs as much as you like. If you are hungry, dishes of southern China, of northern China, and all kinds of snacks stand for you to choose. Do not forget to taste the fish cooked with plums. The featured Shuanglang dish will sure give you an unforgettable impress


Precious Stone Mountain

The scenic spot of Precious Stone Mountain is located in the Shaxi Village which is 2.5 kilometers to the south of Jianchuan County.

The scenic spot of the Precious Stone Mountain belongs to Laojun Mountains. There are Buddha Top Mountain, Stone Umbrella Mountain and Stone Bell Mountain with the highest altitude of 3083 meters and a circumference of more than 30 kilometers.

There are verdant forests, groups of rock caves and unique temples. The rock caves on the Precious Mountain are the southernmost rock cave groups in China. They embody the amalgamation of Han culture and Tibet Culture. There are not many statues in the caves; however, the statues here are very famous because they are made carefully and delicately, and have unique features of local minorities. The rock cave group here is one of the eight large-scale rock cave groups in China. The main sights on the Precious Stone Mountain are Haiyun Villa, Baoxiang Temple, the Rock Caves on Stone Bell Mountain, and so on.


Jizu Mountain

Location of the scenic spot: 103 kilometers away from Dali, and 33 kilometers away from the county town of Bingzhou.

Jizu Mountain is one of the Buddhist Holy Lands in southwest China. It is said that Wiseman Jiaye, the eldest disciple of Sakyamuni, had once stayed here. Its main peak, Tianzhu Peak, is as high as 3240 meters. The most famous sights here include the gatherings on the Lingshan Mountain, Zhusheng Temple, Huideng Temple and Jingding Temple. Climb up the Mountain, you can enjoy the Four Wonders on Jizu Mountain: the sunrise, colourful clouds, Cangshan Mountain and Erhai Lake, and Yulong Mountain (the Western Mountain).


Culture Town of Nanzhao

The Culture Town of Nanzhao is located in the central part of the provincial tourist resort of Dali and 2 kilometers to the south of the Ancient City of Dali.

The Culture Town of Nanzhao lies in the central part of the provincial tourist resort of Dali. It covers an area of 13,200 square kilometers, and its construction area is 4,000 square meters.

The Culture Town of Nanzhao has been built after the style of the palaces and houses of the periods of Nanzhao Kingdom and Dali Kingdom.Such buildings are:

Lixing Palace: it is the palace of the King of Nanzhao. It is grand and magnificent, and has the architecture style of Tang Dynasty. In the Palace there is a waxwork art exhibition hall for the Nanzhao culture. It is designed to reproduce the history of Nanzhao Kingdom with waxworks.

wan-yin Town: there are many folk workshops here whose front part is a store while the back part is the factory. Here you can find marbles, woodcarvings, dyed cloth, medicinal materials, curio and calligraphy and paintings. There are even alehouses and teahouses where the owners wear the ancient clothes of Nanzhao to promote the sales and reproduce the "March Street of Dali" during the period of Nanzhao Kingdom.

Dance and Music Palace: there are royal dance and music performances of Nanzhao Kingdom. Large-scale royal feasts can also be held there.

Royal Garden: it is the royal garden of Nanzhao Kingdom. In the Garden grow all kinds of flowers and trees.


Yuer Garden

Yuer Garden is to the north of the central part of Yuer Road in the Ancient City of Dali.

Yuer Garden covers an area of 28 mus. It consists of Moyou Garden, the Garden of Family Wu, the Garden of Family Yang, and so on, and is the very symbol of the cultural traditions of Dali. Li Yuanyang, an intellectual of Dali in Ming Dynasty , had once composed a poem to sing for the Garden of Family Wu.

Yuer Garden shows the very soul of the buildings of Bai people. Outside the Garden are the gate towers of Bai style with flying eaves and up-holding corners, the elegant three rooms and a shining wall, and the surrounding wall decorated with eaves and colourful pictures. The Garden inside features the flower beds of Bai style which are built by laying stones and thus irregular. In the flower beds grow many rare flowers of Dali. In addition, there in the Garden decorated special areas for the old to entertain themselves, teahouses, stele pavilions, stone toriis and pools. All these make a typical traditional garden of the Ancient City of Dali. Dali is famous for its marbles and its admiration for the primitive big stones. So the decorations in the Garden also feature stones. There are Big Stone Temple, Beauty Stone, Stone Bull, Stone Horse, Stone Well, and so on. People also build short walls with stones, pave the roads with stones, and make the lamp holders with stones. All in all, the people who designed and built the Garden ran after the unique style of going back into the arms of nature. In the Garden, there are seven special parts for different plants: camellia garden, cherry blossom garden, peony garden, cuckoo garden, plum blossom garden, China rose garden and bamboo garden. Intellectuals, painters and calligraphers were invited to give inscriptions and paintings for the decoration of the Garden.


General Temple

General Temple in the suburbs of Dali City is a temple for Benzhu God of Bai people. Benzhu God is in fact Li Mi, a general of Tang Dynasty. He died in Tianbao War in the year 754 AD. The scenery around General Temple is beautiful. Recently Cangshan Park has been built around General Temple. It is one of the famous tourist resorts in Xiaguan. In the park grow all kinds of trees and flowers. In front of the General Temple is a stone torii, and on the torii engraved the words "Wonder of Sunset"; above the gate hangs a plaque with the words "Temple of Mr. Li in Tang Dynasty". Outside the Temple are simple alcoves and corridors where you can overlook the panorama of Xiaguan. Above the pavilion falls a waterfall, and the Temple is thus surrounded by water.

Kwan-yin Pavilion

Kwan-yin Pavilion lies on the top of the southern part of Yuan Mountain which is located to the east of Erhai Lake.

The road leading to Kwan-yin Pavilion is very steep. Turn around the corner and you will see a straight wall as high as tens of zhangs standing in front of you. The whole wall was built with famous cubic Five-Dimension Stone of Haidong. The Kwan-yin Pavilion has two floors, and is a typical traditional pavilion building of Bai people. The statue of Kwan-yin sits straight on the lotus flower stand with her feet crossing before her. The Kwan-yin is elegant and kind. Many people come and worship here. Every Torch Day, shipowners come from neighbouring villages and gather here to worship Kwan-yin. The most excellent part of Kwan-yin Pavilion is the cloister on the second floor. You can stand here and look eastward at the fleet between Xiangyang Village and Ta Village. The numerous sails and backstays are just like giant pens with which the boatmen on the Erhai Lake can express their bold and generous feelings. Look westward, you will see white sails and groups of sea-gulls on the shining water. It looks as if the whole building was floating in the center of the sea like the Wonderland of Penglai.


Eryuan

Eryuan is 73 kilometers away from Dali City.

The sights in Eryuan are beautiful and the scenery of the four seasons is charming. Eryuan is an important part of Dali's tourist resource. The many sights within the county get on very well with each other. The natural sights here get well mixed with the places of interest and historic sites. Eryuan has no cold winter nor summer. The annual average temperature here is 13.9 degree centigrade. All in all, Eryuan is an ideal place for people to spend their holiday.


Ruin of Taihe City

The Ruin of Taihe City is located on the western slope of South Taihe Village of Zhonghe Town in Dali City.

The Ruin of Taihe City has once been the capital of Nanzhao Kingdom during the early period. It stands against the Western Hill to the west, and facing Erhai Lake to the east. It covers an area of about 3 square kilometers. In the ruin of Taihe City there survive two circumvallations; one is in the south and the other is in the north. The western end of southern circumvallation stretches from Wuzhi Peak of Cangshan Mountain eastward for 15 kilometers. The western end of the northern circumvallation stretches from Foding Peak eastward for 2 kilometers. On the Foding Peak to the west of the Sites is Jinggang City. Jinggang City has been built in the year Tianbao 6 of Tang Dynasty (747AD). In the Sites is also Dehua Stele of Nanzhao Kingdom. To the west of the Stele are the buildings of the Palace of Nanzhao Kingdom which is one of the national key protection units of cultural relics.


Houses of Zhoucheng

Zhoucheng is located 23 kilometers to the north of the Ancient City of Dali.

Zhoucheng Town is the biggest town of Bai people in Dali. There in the Town live altogether more than 1,500 Bai families.

In the town you can see typical houses of Bai people with close courtyards, "three rooms and a shining wall", and "four rows of houses and five dooryards". For some of the houses, one family makes one courtyard; while others have several courtyards in one family. These houses have a plane of a square. The roof contains two layers of eaves made from green tiles, and is designed in the shape of the Chinese character. There are three to five major rooms which are facing east or south. They are built with bricks and stones with the wooden frame. The wooden frame is assembled through tenons. One courtyard, and sometimes several courtyards, connect with each other and make a whole. The walls outside are washed with lime upside and fine mud downside.

Bai people pay special attention to the decorations of the shining walls, windows, doors, the frontispiece and the gate-towers. The shining walls is the necessary building of the construction style of one major house, two wing-rooms, and courtyards. The shining wall is covered with two layers of flying eaves with up-holding corners. The eaves are made from green tiles. The shining wall stands in front of the major room. It connects the two wing-rooms and the frontispiece so that the three form a close courtyard. The center of the shining wall is brushed with lime, inscribed with characters, or inlaid with marble screen. Around these are such patterns as fans, squares and circles. In the patterns are coloured paintings painted with water mill or powder. Most of the doors and windows, especially the lattice door in the living room of the major house, are made from rare lumbers like toons. The doors and windows are carved with patterns like golden chickens jumping onto the branches which are the symbol of being rich and successful, and kylins which are the symbol of being lucky and propitious. The foundation of the gate is built from Haidongqin Stones and has clear edges and corners. On the foundation is the wooden gate tower. The gate tower  is carefully carved, and has a precise structure, and flying eaves and up-holding corners.

 



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