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When you first look at a map of this place it can be quite daunting, we only had a couple of hours here but thanks to the help of the little buggy we got to see a good amount of the park starting at the...More
A well maintained small park and the reflection of the three pagodas is best in sun and no wind.
The main pagoda is standing tall and straight whereas the other two smaller ones have a lean - the result of two earthquakes years and years...More
This is an essential part if any trip to Dali - a lovely place to spend a couple of hours, especially when the trees are in blossom. Fascinating reflection pool where you can see reflections of the Three Pagodas if the water is dead still....More
Flanked between Cangshan Mountain and Erhai Lake stands the 3 Pagodas which form a symmetrical triangle and is the symbol of Dali Old City. As you ascend the steps to Chongsheng Temple, passing through prayer halls, you are greeted by the magnificent mountain and the...More
It's worth a quick stop to see the three pagodas. I think it's unique to find them placed in the shape of a triangle. But, unless you want to try to go into one of them, you don't need to allocate much time. The most...More
You can't climb these pagodas, which are attractive though mostly new--but you can climb hundreds of steps to see a sequence of shrines and temples running in a line behind them, back towards the mountains--a delightful panorama. Some of the temples have nice statues.
Next to the Three Pagodas is the reflection park. The park is very small but features a nice pond with the reflection of the pagodas. The park itself takes less than 10 minutes to visit but it could be a nice photo stop.