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Tian Long Ba Bu Film Studio

Tian Long Ba Bu Film Studio
Perhaps you already have read Mr. Jin Yong’s martial arts novels of the famous “Chronicles”? Dali chronicles the Showbiz City to shoot the Mainland Edition 40 set TV series the Chronicles of investment of 100 million Yuan to build, but now it has become one of the Da
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Dongchuan Red Soil Land

dongchuan red soil
At Yunnan highland plateau there is a gorgeous colorful land, seven colors like rainbow, Dongchuan Red soil, a rural place in the Wumeng Mountainous area, about 180km north of Kunming, becomes very famous among Chinese photographers for its red soil. In the mid 1990s, the first Chines
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Lubuge Hydropower Station

Lubuge Hydropower Station
Lubuge small Three Gorges is 55 km east to Luoping County, 14 km long, and 100-500 meters wide. It is one of nature fine carved gallery displaying the magic of nature and risk. Lubuge Small Three Gorges scenic area with a total length of 20 km. Natural sceneries are lion Gap, “B
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Duoyi River

duoyi river
Duoyi River is located in Luoping County of Yunnan Province, at the junction of Yunnan, Guizhou and Guangxi Provinces, connecting with Maling River Canyon National Scenic Area of Guizhou Xingyi City. It passes One Hundred Thousand Large Peaks to Duoyi Village and then to the scenic ar
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Luoping Nine-Dragon (Jiulong) Waterfalls

Luoping Nine-Dragon (Jiulong) Waterfalls
Twenty kilometers to the northeast of Luoping County, the Jiulong Cascades is located on the Jiulong River by Yidulei Village and is one of the most magnificent sights of Luoping. The cascades are scattered is on a two-kilometer-long section of the river. It is the most peculiar part
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Luoping Rapeseed Fields

Luoping Rapeseed Fields
Luoping is a small county in eastern Yunnan, China, located about 228 kilometers north east of Kunming close to the border of Yunnan with Guizhou and Guangxi provinces. In early spring, when the yellow rapeseed flowers (also known as canola) are in full bloom, the area takes on the lo
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Takla Makan Desert

Takla Makan Desert
The Taklamakan Desert, lying in the center of the Tarim Basin and covering some 337,600 sq meters, is the biggest desert in China and the second largest shifting sand desert in the world. Between the Keriya River and the Hotan River in the heart of the desert, the vast sea of sand str
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Kashgar Bazaar

Kashgar Bazaar
Kashgar’s always been about trade, and there’s no place better to witness the essential experience of browsing, haggling, buying and selling than at the city’s renowned Kashgar Bazaar. Though it’s not as wild as it was before the weekend livestock market was mo
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Bayanbulak Grassland

Bayanbulak Grassland
Bayanbulak, a vast highland prairie about 270 kilometers (167 miles) northwest of Korla, is home to the descendents of Mongols who returned here from Russia one hundred years ago. The natural splendor of the area testifies to the accuracy of its Mongolian name which means “Rich
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Kizil Thousand Buddha Caves

Kizil Thousand Buddha Caves
The Kizil Thousands Buddha Caves is a series of caves cut into the cliff wall on the north bank of the Weigan River Valley in southern Xinjiang. The Kizil caves are over 1500 years old, one of the four famous Buddhist grottoes in China and were a part of thriving commercial hub on the
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