The Ancient Tea Horse Road was an important trade route in ancient China. Located in Pu'er City's Ninglang County, it has profound historical and cultural heritage. Visitors can take the opportunity to go horseback riding to experience the way in which ancient people traveled, as well as other ancient customs of the Road and of Pu'er. The Ancient Tea-Horse Road had its origins from the tea-and-horse trade which took place between the ancient southwestern and northwestern frontiers. It flourished in the Tang and Song Dynasties and was particularly prosperous immediately after World War II. The Road was divided into two trails: Sichuan-Tibet and Jinghong-Tibet.
The Xiniu Plains Scenic Area of Pu'er National Park is located in the north-central part of Pu'er National Park. Located in the transition zone between tropical and subtropical regions, the climate is controlled by Indian Ocean monsoons. The southern subtropical climate has clear characteristics of dry and wet seasons distinct throughout the year and lead to a pleasant climate. The Xiniu Plains Scenic Area in Pu'er National Park focuses on Yunnan's rich animal resources. Visitors can come into close contact with a variety of wild animals and plants in a way that fully immerses modern people into nature, satisfying any desire to commune with it.
China Pu’er Tea Museum was designed as an eco-friendly tea farm. The whole scenic area shows every aspect of Pu’er Tea—its origin, development, planting and production, ethnic origin, processing and packaging, history and culture, collection and marketing, as well as cooking and tasting. The core of the scenic area is composed of nine parts: the Pu’er Tea Museum, villages, roasting room, pu’er tea production room, the Ancestral Hall of Tea, tasting garden, tea picking area, teahouse and leisure room. Travelers can enjoy the fun of looking through and picking out tea, making tea, drinking tea, tasting tea, competitive tea tasting, tea worship and tea shopping.
The Tropic of Cancer Marker Park combines astronomy, geography, and plant science with landscape art, tourism, and culture. It uses the position of the Tropic of Cancer in 2038 as its main axis, with works such as "Sun Road", "Kuafu Chasing after the Sun", "Door of the Tropic of Cancer", "Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter" and other architectural sketches, sculptures and main markers interspersed around the park, creating a series of vivid spaces. A popular science museum illuminates our understanding of nature, life and sunshine. Technology is used to accurately display the geographical location and changes of the Tropic of Cancer, and the Tropic of Cancer is "captured" here at the summer solstice every year.
Meizi Lake Park is located in the Simao District of Pu'er City, on Meizi Lake. This artificial lake, formed by the river dam, was formerly known as Hongqi Reservoir. Its primary uses are drinking water and farmland irrigation. After years of planning, it was opened up as Meizi Lake Park and has become a scenic spot in Pu'er. Meizi Lake Park offers quiet and beautiful surroundings. Facilities include the Yingbin building and Wangcheng Pavilion. Ascend the pavilion and look out on the undulating blue-green waves of Meizi Lake. Egrets and wild ducks often inhabit the lake, lending elegance to Meizi Lake Park.
Located on the south side of the county city of Ximeng Autonomous County, Pu'er, the Mengsuo Dragon Pool is a natural freshwater lake on a plateau and a national water conservancy scenic spot. The virgin forests around the lake are beautiful, with many precious plants and rare wildlife in the forest. According to legend, Mengsuo Dragon Pool is connected to a dragon pool across the border in Myanmar. Around the the Yi people's wooden drum festival, the waters of the two lakes become clear and muddy at the same time. This strange occurrence is believed to be the two dragon pools meeting.
The Old Bulang Ethnicity Village of Wenji is located in Mangjing Village, Lagu Ethnicity Autonomous County, Lancang, Pu'er. It is a rare example of a Bulang village of over a thousand years of history in the Jingmai Mountain. In the scenic area, there are traditional Bulang buildings such as Buddhist temples, Village Center Pillars, and “Wind and Rain” Pavilions, as well as cultural attractions such as traditional tea making and the farmhouse experience hall. It is a tourist site that fully demonstrates the old village’s long-running cultural heritage and significance.
Within the ancient forests that surround Cypress View Manor, there are tea trees and tea plantations that have been cultivated for over a thousand years. The ancient villages have become fully integrated into the scenery. This is a living museum of tea, where it is possible to see the ways in which people's lives are intertwined with the growth and production of tea leaves. Cypress View Manor has protected this ancient tea garden and worked to pass on this area's tea culture to future generations.
The Twins Culture Park is located in Mojianghexi Village, Mojiang County, Pu'er City, with the display of twins culture and reproductive culture as its main themes. The park comprises of the twins culture corridor, a children's playground, twins well cultural square, landscaped installations and service facilities. Twin plants and twin sculptures can be found all over the park, showing a rich and colorful twin themed world to visitors.
Jiangcheng is located in China's border with Vietnam and Laos. At the top of the Shiceng Mountain in the south of Qushui Township in Jiangcheng, where the three countries are connected, there is a boundary marker, which is just the boundary among China, Vietnam and Laos. Jiangcheng is rich in scenery and has mountains and hills. The foot of the mountain is tropical scenery. There are wild animals, such as buffaloes and wild elephants.