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Shu'nan Bamboo Forest, Changning County
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The oldest and largest bamboo forest in China, Shu'nan Bamboo Forest spreads over 120 sq km (46 sq m) of mountains and valleys. To get around, you can rent a car and a driver--the only transport available inside the park. Hike along streams, waterfalls, and lakes, and duck inside caves. On a cable car ride, absorb the tranquility of the rippling sea of bamboo and spot the statues and relics in the cliff side. Admire views from the hilltops, and then plunge into the woods by following the "bamboo corridor." Treat your body to the fresh forest air and discover why they filmed "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" here. Plan your Shu'nan Bamboo Forest visit and explore what else you can see and do in Changning County using our Changning County itinerary maker.
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  • Just finish visiting today and unfortunately the winter winds from Beijing is causing all the fog preventing photography. Can hardly view anything less than 20 meters. Tour guide still insisted we try...  more »
  • In order to explore this place properly, I suggest that you stay overnight in one of the guesthouses/motels inside the park. This will allow you ample time to see all the unique sites. This place is a...  more »
  • Visited this place in June 2016 with my friends. From Yibin it took around 2 hours by car, entry ticket for foreigners is 112 RMB. Emerald Bamboo Gallery, clouds watching pavilion spots are the great ...  more »