MaxSDahai Grass Mountain is a depression in Hiuze county in Yunnan. Name in Chinese language exactly stands for Big Sea of Grass. And it looks like this. Valleys and hills are connected in this region forming curious web of red soiled platforms covered by short grass. Again, very good for taking pictures or shooting short videos.
境无界Hometown of the King of Money--Huize Ancient City
The ancient city of Huize, located in the northeast of Yunnan Province and the northwest of Qujing City, was built in the ninth year of Yongzheng in the Qing Dynasty (1731) and was presided over by Cui Naiyong, the then prefect of Dongchuan. The core reserve covers an area of 0.92 square kilometers. There are many guild halls and temples in the ancient city, and it is known as the Museum of Ming and Qing Ancient Architecture. During the Ming and Qing Dynasties, there were 108 guild halls and temples, 38 guild halls and temples, and 65 characteristic houses. The Huize Hall Group represented by the Eighth Congress Hall was listed as the sixth batch of national key cultural relics protection units.
M52***18The views are great and worth a visit, if young people don't have children, it's not so scary the whole time, if there are old people, children can enter through the back door, it's better to come out the front door
ChenhutamuA attraction that has not been developed very much is actually a black-necked crane reserve. There are no animals in summer, so there are no tourists coming. It is a very quiet place, locals will walk along the lake.
ChenhutamuThe Jiangxi Assembly Hall in the ancient city of Huize, also known as the Wanshou Palace, was originally the Assembly Hall of Jiangxi merchants. The Assembly Hall is not far from Tang Jixu's former residence and can be reached within a minute's walk. Overall, it is well preserved and it is good to be able to visit it for free.
滇国剑客Unexpectedly, in the small place of Huize, Huize Park is so flavorful and gathers so much popularity. The main reason why tourists will be concentrated here is the fresh air, which makes tourists feel like lungs.