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The three pagodas themselves are sealed up and you cannot go inside so you can only appreciate them from the outside but the Buddhist temples surrounding them within the complex were stunning and well worth a look
It's worth having some backstory before coming to the Three Pagodas, specifically the fact that they were built over 700 years ago, making them an architectural and engineering masterpiece with few contemporaries. Frankly, the main central tower is the highlight of the place - the...More
Our trip to Dali and the surrounding area was extremely pleasant and enjoyable for both my wife and I. Our guide Sally Li was extremely informative about every place we went to and was very friendly toward both my wife and me. She made sure...More
Once you arrive you will need to buy a ticket. If you are over 60, show your pass port and qualify for a discount 50%. Many attractions in China are free or 50% off. The Pandas in Chengdu are free. It's very far to the...More
One of the great iconic attractions a tourist must see during a visit to Dali in Yunnan Province has to be the Chongsheng Temple and the magnificent Three Pagodas.
My wife and I felt privileged to have the opportunity to visit this attraction on our...More
Although the pagodas are the iconic attractions, there are a whole bunch of well maintained working temples within the same complex situated on a hillside. It’s easier to take the buggy to the top and walk your way down and you can cover each temple...More
we started on top of the wall, south gate walked to northwest gate / Christian church and the pagodas. A nice tour after breakfast/brunch :) Standing in front of this pagodas, it's amazing, they are in a pretty good shape:) - they are old like...More