Outdoors: Bajie Town of Anning

Bajie Town, as the largest town in Anning, is the goods distribution center for the surrounding counties of Kunming since the ancient times. It was a rest place for horse caravans and travelling merchants in the Ming Dynasty, then a street was formed here and the trading dates were fixed down gradually.


The Sanhe Temple in Bajie Town is one of the well preserved ancient architectural complexes in Kunming, the inside Confucian temple buildings were built in the early Qing Dynasty, and rebuilt in the first year of Emperor Guangxu in the Qing Dynasty (1875), and has been rebuilt for several times later. 


Currently Bajie Town mainly plants flue-cured tobacco, roses, red pear, shallow water lotus root, vegetables and other economic crops. Fruits of the four seasons are smelled in this small primitive town. 


Add: Bajie Town, Anning.

33 km from Anning, Public bus No. 9 from Anning Station to Bajie Town (about RMB 10 Yuan)