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Dali Zhoucheng Village

Introducing to Dali Zhoucheng Village Village, Dali Zhoucheng Village Guide, Dali Zhoucheng Village Travel Guide
Edited by Sharleen

Located 23 kilometers to the north of the Ancient City of Dali, Zhoucheng Town is the biggest town of Bai people in Dali. There in the Town live altogether more than 1,500 Bai families.

Zhoucheng village, also known as the home town of tie dyeing of the Bai ethnic group, is 38 kilometres away from Xiaguan town. With more than 8,000 Bai people inhabiting this village, Zhoucheng Village is the largest village in Dali where the Bai ethnic group lives, covering an area of 4,700 square metres.

Not only is Zhoucheng Village renowned for Butterfly Spring within, but also for its well-preserved all sorts of traditions, thus, enjoying the reputation as the living fossil of folk customs of the Bai ethnic group.

The compact slabstones, meandering spring water, buildings with black tiles and white walls, and architecture with stone walls, generate a sense of tranquility and simplicity in you all at once. Like many other villages of the Bai ethnic group, Zhoucheng Village has its own icon. Two local temples are in sight: one enshrines Du Chaoxuan, a hero killing boa, the other isconsecrates Zhaomu Langgang, the primogenitor of Zhoucheng Village.

Quick Facts on Dali Zhoucheng Village

Name: Dali Zhoucheng Village
Location: 23 Km North of Dali
Best Time to Visit: April to October
Recommended Time for a Visit: 1 Day
Opening Hours: All Day
Admission Fee: Free

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