Baisha Ancient Town Culture
Baisha is not only an ancient town, but also a place with many ethnic minorities. As the oldest and most original Naxi village, Baisha Old Town is not only the cradle-land of Mu Family but also the earliest settlement of Naxi people.
Wandering around the Baisha Old Town, you can enjoy the slow lifestyle of the Naxi People and their friendly smiling faces; see happy and satisfied travelers as well as better scenery than that of Lijiang. You can freely enter various courtyards to see the beautiful and man-made tie-dye artwork hanging for sale or drying in the sun. There you can admire the local national and traditional embroidery, different from ordinary Chinese embroideries such as the Su Embroidery. A few art stores and hostels, run by local people, are scattered around the Baisha Old Town.