Yangbijiang River in Dali

Yangbijiang River

Yangbijiang River(漾濞江) is the second largest tributary of the Lancang River and the largest tributary of the Lancang River in Yunnan. The length of the Yangbjiangi River is 334 kilometers. The Lancang River and Jinsha River, Lancang River and Nujiang River are the four main rivers of the western Yunnan Plateau. According to the local old man, in the past, on both sides of the Lancang River, the wild persimmon forest grew. In August and September, the persimmon is ripe, like a burning flame, reflecting the green mountains and clear water, so it is also known as the persimmon river.

What to See

Yangbijiang River is not violet in winter, but is not inferior to other rivers on the plateau in rainy season. It roars in July and August with red waves in rainy day and white in sunny day. Without hesitation, Yangbijiang River is rushing in the clouds of the Hengduan Mountains.

Yangbijiang River collects the thousands of streams, moisturizes the green trees and diverse plants on the banks, even brings the favorable weather. Normally, it runs in Yangbi peacefully, like a docile lamb. In many parts of Yangbi River, you cannot hear her. She silently nurtured the hardworking, kind-hearted people, never swearing and complaining. She is like the local people, making contribution gently.

Yunlong Bridge(云龙桥)

Yunlong Bridge in on the Yangbijiang River. It was built in Ming Dynasty, enjoying the history of 500 years. Yunlong Bridge is one of the oldest cable bridge in China. More than 500 years, it witnessed the development of Dali and the business on the Bonan Ancient Road(博南古道).

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.