Dali Tour Map

Dali is a city in China’s southwestern Yunnan province, on the shores of Erhai Lake. Its history stretches back to the kingdom of Nanzhao (8th century). The walled old city, from the Ming dynasty, contains traditional homes and towers from the Bai ethnic minority. Beyond the old city rise the Three Pagodas of Chong Sheng Temple, dating to the 9th century.

  1. Dali Ancient Town: Known for its preserved traditional Bai architecture, cobblestone streets, and vibrant marketplaces.
  2. Erhai Lake: A picturesque lake offering boat rides and views of the surrounding mountains.
  3. Three Pagodas of Chongsheng Temple: Iconic pagodas dating back to the Tang Dynasty, located near Dali Ancient Town.
  4. Cangshan Mountain: A scenic mountain range popular for hiking and offering panoramic views of Dali and Erhai Lake.
  5. Xizhou Ancient Town: Another well-preserved Bai minority town with historic architecture and cultural sites.

These are some of the highlights you might expect to find on a tourist map of Dali, Yunnan. For a detailed map, I recommend checking online mapping services or tourist information websites specific to Dali.