Reflection Park of Three Pagodas in Dali City
Chinese Name: 大理三塔倒影公园
Chinese Pinyin: Dali Santa Daoying Gongyuan
English Name: Reflection Park of Three Pagodas in Dali City
Opening Hours: 08:00-17:00
Recommended Visiting Hours: 1 hour
Ticket: RMB 120 for the Three Pagodas and the Reflecction Park
Location: south of Three Pagodas Park, Dali City, Yunnan Province
Reflection Park of Three Pagodas
Reflection Park(倒影公园) is behind the Three Pagodas, and there is a Reflection Pond in the park which got its name from the graceful clear reflections on the water of the Three Pagodas of Chongsheng Temple. The authentic Three Pagodas and the reflections create a fantastic pictures – six pagodas in one scene. Travelers, especially photographers, should cover the Reflection Pond into your visit for some awesome pictures. With the diverse directions, travelers can appreciate the differnt relections of the Three Pagodas. In winter, Cangshan Mountain was covered by snow. The reflection will be more charming and unique.
What to See
The oval reflection pool is clean and quiet. The most distinctive feature of the reflection park is that pool can reflect the Three Pagodas of Chongsheng Temple.
The park was built in the 1980s. The poolside is decorated with silver birch, cedar, weeping willow, etc. It is surrounded by rattan frames, marble tables and benches, long columns and small streams around the lake. On the west side of the pool, there is a Dali monument pavilion. Walking along the corridor, travelers can get to Yangbo Pavillion in the pool. There is a small island on the south side of Libo Pavilion, with a pair of vivid white cranes statues on the island.
Useful Travel Tips
When the weather is fine in Dali, the sunshine is heated, and ultraviolet light is strong. People should avoid direct sunlight, and the sun hat preparation is required during outdoor activities, a pair of sunglasses will make you comfortable in the trip.
The reflection park deserves to visit when you visit the Three Pagodas. It is the ideal place for you to appreciate the whole view of the Three Pagodas.