Laiyang River National Forest Park

Laiyang River National Forest Park, Pu'er: Tickets, Tours, Hours, Address, Laiyang River National Forest Park Reviews: 4.5/5

Laiyang River National Forest Park

Laiyang River National Forest Park
4.5
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Monday
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
What people are saying
Nature, culture, and luxury
Oct 2018
The seven of us from the United States visited the Sun River National Park in Pu’er, China. The park used to be called Laiyang River National Forest Park. We stayed in the park for two nights. The experience is very pleasant and memorable. The highlights are the two as follows: The Little Panda Manor - we stayed at “hexagon glass villa” situated in the woods with panoramic view from every angle. The villa itself is spacious and properly furnished with nothing but local materials. You don’t need to close the curtains for privacy, as each villa is surrounded by trees. Waking up by the gentle sunlight hearing birds singing and trees shivering was the most refreshing experience. Soaking in the tub bathing while enjoying the scent of woods and fresh air relaxed all the travel fatigue. We thought the Manor alone was worth the trip! Park tour with the naturalist - we had a half day tour accompanied by a very knowledgeable naturalist named A-Fu, who knows the park and the animals made the park their home intimately. Not only did he showed us the animals, plants, incests, and birds, told us the history of the park, he even “called” gibbobe, lories, little panda, owls, etc. over for us. He took the animals as his family members, called many by their nicknames. With his gentle “talk” to a female rhino, some of us even had rare experience to “pat” the huge animal! At the end of the day, the park staff consisted of quite a few different minorities performed a lovely show for us (they do it on daily base). It was wonderful to see the young park employees showcase their talents. The singing and dancing were very nice. The park is a fabulous place to go, for nature, for culture, with the ingenious Little Panda Manor, for luxury too.

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Simaogang Town, Simao District, Pu'er 665008 China

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Jenny L
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Nature, culture, and luxury
Oct 2018 • Friends
The seven of us from the United States visited the Sun River National Park in Pu’er, China. The park used to be called Laiyang River National Forest Park. We stayed in the park for two nights. The experience is very pleasant and memorable.

The highlights are the two as follows:

The Little Panda Manor - we stayed at “hexagon glass villa” situated in the woods with panoramic view from every angle. The villa itself is spacious and properly furnished with nothing but local materials. You don’t need to close the curtains for privacy, as each villa is surrounded by trees. Waking up by the gentle sunlight hearing birds singing and trees shivering was the most refreshing experience. Soaking in the tub bathing while enjoying the scent of woods and fresh air relaxed all the travel fatigue. We thought the Manor alone was worth the trip!

Park tour with the naturalist - we had a half day tour accompanied by a very knowledgeable naturalist named A-Fu, who knows the park and the animals made the park their home intimately. Not only did he showed us the animals, plants, incests, and birds, told us the history of the park, he even “called” gibbobe, lories, little panda, owls, etc. over for us. He took the animals as his family members, called many by their nicknames. With his gentle “talk” to a female rhino, some of us even had rare experience to “pat” the huge animal!

At the end of the day, the park staff consisted of quite a few different minorities performed a lovely show for us (they do it on daily base). It was wonderful to see the young park employees showcase their talents. The singing and dancing were very nice.

The park is a fabulous place to go, for nature, for culture, with the ingenious Little Panda Manor, for luxury too.
Written November 13, 2018
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