Cherry Valley in Dali stuns tourists
Covering a land of approximately 1.3 square meters, the Cherry valley sits in the Wuliang township of northwest Yunnan’s Dali autonomous prefecture of the Bai minority.
Unlike any other places, cherry trees here have long been growing together with tea plants. It is this combined view that keeps luring tourists to the valley.
The peak blossom period would normally last a few weeks, from the November to December of each year.
Tourists can also enjoy a number of performances which take place on a regular basis these days, such as ethic singing and dancing.