We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
This place has definitely had some help with its 'natural' appearance. Yes, the waterfalls are picturesque and obviously popular with local couples getting married. It is easily accessible on your way down from Jade Dragon mountain. I'm not sure it compares with Pammukale in Turkey...More
Although this terraced waterfall is not natural but man made, its still a pretty sight especially with the jade dragon snow mountain in the background. This is just located at the end of blue moon valley along the same stretch of walk way. It would...More
We were brought here by our guide after going up the Jade Dragon Mountain, and the peaceful river provided a contrast to the high mountains. The water flows down man-made crescent shaped terraces, reminiscent of scenes from Yellowstone Park in USA. There were prayer flags...More
This is located on the other side of the Blue Moon Valley just across the road. The flow of water will come here first before going down to the Blue Moon Valley. Unique terraced like shaped as if planting of rice or wheat in different...More
This nice looking terraced waterfall is not 100 natural. If you look closely, there are concrete patches that made it all perfect. This was confirmed by our local guide. The terrace was fixed to make it look perfect It still look very nice with the...More
Having previously visited Pamukale in Turkey, we weren't sure how this wonder of nature would match up to it. Although not on the same scale as Pamukale it is well worth the climb to see the beautiful natural layers of lakes and pools which are...More
Agreed with the previous reviewers its just mainly for a nice photoshoot with the terraced water fall backdrop. Other than that not much to do. It's also part of a tour after a visit to the Jade Tiger Snow mountain into the leapoing tiger gorge.
Marvelous waterfalls that are part of the Blue moon Valley. There are quite a few waterfalls on your stroll, so don't worry that you'll miss that perfect shot. By the end of your walk, you'll have plenty. Touch the water, since the Chinese say it...More