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4days private tour Stone forest Yuanyang Terrace Jianshui old town from Kunming
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4days private tour Stone forest Yuanyang Terrace Jianshui old town from Kunming

The private tour is only for your group, you will visit the Unique of the world Stone forest, Yuyang Terrace trekking to see sunrise and Sunset with beautiful view of countryside, stay in the local boutique guest house in Yuanyang for 2night and 1 night hotel in Jianshui city, visit the Zhujia Garden imposing Qing style residential complex architecture. Here you will be not only amazed by the combination of the courtyards and architectures, and learn the confucianism at the 2nd biggest Confucius temple in Jianshui old town, night tour in the old town, visit Local Toufu factory. It will start from Kunming city and end at Kunming airport (need flight take off afternoon 16:00pm)/ Kunming bullet train station(need train depart after 16:00) or Kunming hotel.
$993.14 per adult
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Mik1984 wrote a review Jan 2020
Guildford, United Kingdom222 contributions58 helpful votes
Wonderful sunrise here. The viewing platforms were very busy but it as beautiful and worth getting up super early to watch the sunrise here.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Bobby S wrote a review Jan 2020
Jakarta, Indonesia1,957 contributions229 helpful votes
We had to wake early in the morning and leave at dark to reach this place and didn't regret at all to catch breathtaking sunrise scenery of the first light reflecting on paddy field water with the background of thick mist.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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pitalice wrote a review Oct 2019
Suzhou, China132 contributions73 helpful votes
The sunrise from Duoyishu terrace is absolutely beautiful, but it is impacted by lots of loud tourists, annoying cameras and even more annoying and louder drones. So it is actually no fun anymore to watch the sunrise from here. The better way is to rent a room in close Pugao village where you can have an as well unobstacled view of the beautiful area in a much quieter environment. Most of the hotels in Pugao have roof terraces from where you have a great view and don't have to wake up so early, as it only takes one minute to get from bed on the terrace ;)
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Renan wrote a review May 2019
168 contributions107 helpful votes
Same as other people: - Get there minimum 30min before sunrise to secure a spot (buses start pouring thei load of people within 30min of the sunrise). once everyone's there it's a bit of a noisy and messy place. - The setting is very well done with a small parking (otherwise it's china so just park along the road) and multiple platforms. 90% of the platforms are unsused, people staying at the top one where the view is the best (as you go down some trees get in the way). If you get annoyed with the pushy people just move left to the empty area of the top platform. - Drones are allowed but be careful because many have drones. I've seen up to 6 drones in the air at the same time. And people don't speak English so there's no way you can agree on who flies where. Also, make sure you register your drone so you can fly further than 50m. - I did not have clouds so only a partial reflexion of the sun and some dark grey and blue colours like on the photos. Since the terraces are in a valley, it can get a little fogy as well. - You can also see the terraces from nearby villages if this is where you're staying. A lot of accommodations have rooftops for you to see the terraces. - Count to be there for a good 2-3h. There's no chair to sit unless you take yours. - Not sure about the bathroom situation. The platform is on top of a restaurant but I'm not sure when it opens
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Kyale Chn wrote a review Mar 2019
Malaysia75 contributions62 helpful votes
The paddy field is closer compared to others, so you could see so much details from a distance. Many will come for the sunrise. By 6 a.m. most of the "good spots" at the lookout point already occupied by the fellow photography enthusiasts. But it's worthwhile to wait as the sunrise view is magical as you can see the ray of lights unfolding the paddy fields layers by layers.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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