App
Download the App for Free
Help
Within the United States +1-833-896-0077 English: 24/7
Global Access Number +1-646-362-8606 English: 24/7
EN
Languages
USD
Top currencies
All currencies

Ruili

China
Research exit/entry policy before you travel
Local Situation: Social distancing and enhanced precautions recommended | Travel Restrictions: Quarantine measures likely in place. Check policy details for more information.Details
Notify Me When it's Safe to Travel
Receive updated travel information, safe travel tips, and special discount offers

View Attractions on Map

View on Map

About Ruili

Ruili is situated in the west of Yunnan province on the border with Myanmar. It is part of the Dehong Dai and Jingpo Autonomous Prefecture. The city is surrounded by rolling hills and has a booming economy with convenient transport connections. The traditional culture of the local ethnic minorities and the picturesque scenery attract large numbers of tourists.

Popular Attractions in Ruili

One Village, Two Countries
4.2/5
1,754 Reviews
Folk Village
One Village, Two Countries is located in the southwest of Ruili City. The famed China-Myanmar Border Post No. 71 has been erected within the village boundary and the border zig-zags its way through the village. It is a typical border area. Visitors can experience the folk traditions of Myanmar, while enjoying a ride on the village swing, swaying back and forth between the two countries. There is also a water well in the village, in which people on both sides use in harmony.
Moli Tropical Rainforest Scenic Area
4.6/5
695 Reviews
Forest
The Moli Tropical Rainforest Scenic Area is located in northeastern Ruili City. In the local Dai language, "Moli" means “beautiful waterfall.” The Moli Rainforest is famous for its rich natural landscape and being a Buddhist holy place. Near the hot spring pool, there is a gold-colored Dai-style pagoda, or stupa, that houses a meteorite. There is a giant "footprint" embedded at an incline in the ground at the rock wall, with the toes of the foot clearly visible. In Southeast Asian Buddhism, this is a very famous footprint of the Buddha. Not far from the towering pagoda stands the Big Buddha Temple. At each and every Buddhist festival, there is a constant flow of pilgrims coming here to pray for blessings.
Ruili Border Trade Street
4.1/5
149 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Ruili Border Trade Street is located in the northwest of Ruili City. Most of the sellers here are Chinese and Burmese border people, and the goods are mostly wood carvings, leather, textiles and other handicrafts with local Dai ethnic characteristics, from which you can feel the strong Dai style. The Ruili Port of the People's Warlord Era is worth a visit. The tall and mighty towers give people a sense of national pride. It is also a popular attraction for tourists to take pictures. You can also join the local group here for a day trip to the China-Burma border, which is very convenient. Ruili Border Trade Street has a night market in the evening, and you can taste local and Burmese specialties and fruits.
Ruili One Tree Forest
4.1/5
223 Reviews
Ancient Trees
Ruili One Tree Forest is located in Mangling village, Mengmao Town along National Road 320 in Ruili City. Many movies have been filmed here, such as "Skirmishes on the Border", "Peacock Princess", "Handcuffed Passenger" and "Journey to the West." Ruili One Tree Forest refers to one huge Chinese banyan which looks like a forest from a distance.

Ruili Tours & Tickets

  • Top Activities
  • Attractions & Shows
  • Wi-Fi & Phone Cards

Ruili Weather

|
Today
Aug 13, 2020
22 °
Overcast
22-29
Tomorrow
Aug 14, 2020
22°
Heavy Rain
22-28
Saturday
Aug 15, 2020
21°
Moderate Rain
21-29
Sunday
Aug 16, 2020
21°
Heavy Rain
21-27

Trip Moments