Wuliang Mountain Nature Reserve is located on Wuliang Mountain, in the eastern part of Yi Autonomous County, in Pu'er, Yunnan province. Pine trees, Tetracentron sinense and Alcimandra cathcartii represent the main species in the forests of the reserve. The reserve is also the habitat of many wild animals, including the black crested gibbon and the pygmy slow loris. Other notable sites in the reserve include Zhenwen Tower, Lin Jie Mosque, Boajian Mosque and the fairy cave. It is a great place to visit, explore and have an adventure.
The name of Wuliangshan has been changed very well, and the effect immediately has been raised a lot. If it is also called "Mongla Mountain" or "Maoer Mountain", it will not have this effect. The basic style of the mountain is roughly the same as that of Ailao Mountain, but different names make it feel totally different.
The mountains of Mt. Wuliangshan stretch for hundreds of miles, but as an open area of scenic spots, it is one of several small nodes. On this side of Jingdong, Yangshan Waterfall, Jianhu Lake and Black Faced Gibbon Reserve are all bright spots. They are ideal, but the traffic is inconvenient.
Also known as Mount Mengle, one of the famous mountains in the southwest, the natural scenery is extremely beautiful. Mr. Jinyong's "Tianlong Babu" is described in many ways, and is known as "Xiaohuangshan in Yunnan Province". High mountains and dense forests, lush vegetation, many rare wildlife.
Passing by Pu'er, but it's better to go when cherry blossoms are blooming. When you come to Wuliangshan, you must eat their local chickens!
Wuliangshan Black Bone Chicken Soup is delicious and has its own cured ham.
Because it is located in the Red River Basin, its latitude is relatively south, and enough water vapor meets sunshine, which creates morning fog. This phenomenon is especially obvious in winter. So when cherry blossoms are in full bloom, it is easy to encounter early morning clouds and mists. The scenery is so beautiful that it constitutes a fascinating fairyland.
Yunnan Wuliangshan National Nature Reserve is located in the junction of Jingdong Yi Autonomous County of Puer City and Nanjian Yi Autonomous County of Dali Bai Autonomous Prefecture. It belongs to the nature reserve of wildlife type. The north-south length of the reserve is about 83 km, the East-West width is about 5-7 km, and the total area of the reserve is 31313 square meters.
Mountains stretch, forests are deep, and the ecological landscape is unique. More Taiwanese businessmen have traveled across the Taiwan Straits to plant Taiwanese alpine tea. There are also the largest Panax notoginseng plantation demonstration gardens in China. There are endless medicinal valleys rising slowly in the mountains. The unique Yi folklore in the mountains has a long history.
Wuliangshan is very extensive and the development part is limited. Most of them are wild mountains. The "Wuliangyubi" mainly refers to Yangshan Waterfall. It takes about three hours for Jingdong County to come over, but the scenery is very good. There is also the Black-crowned Gibbon Reserve.