You will probably enjoy this experience if you have not already been to too many others in Yunnan that are very similar. They offer the usual mix of ethnic culture exhibits, complete with colorful costumes and arts and crafts, interspersed with quite a few shopping opportunities.
The steps are steep and rather long, so don't go in if you have trouble with your hips, knees or feet. At one stop, however, you could buy snake oil and snake extract to apply to whatever areas were ailing. Another stop included the sampling some fairly routine Pu'er tea, all "sheng" none "shou." Prices were reasonable (not exorbitant.)
The singing and dancing was not outstanding, but was definitely OK. Must admit I'm jaded by now since I've seen hundreds of these small shows. They did furnish tasty snacks at the show. The performers must do the same show over and over many times each day and I'm sure it becomes hard work before long.
The guide was helpful in answering questions and was not pushy about buying things. (I took a Chinese tour; don't know if they have English ones as well.)
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