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Xishuangbanna Rainforest

Menglun Town, Jinghong, China
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So so place

Very expensive entrance tickets for what it offers. And don't bother for 'interpreters' soliciting... read more

Reviewed 22 May 2016
Hong Kong, China
via mobile
Ok if you're in the area

It's a long way from Jingling (2 1/2 hours by car). Has a skyway - basically elevated rope bridges... read more

Reviewed 9 January 2016
Stormie C
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21 May 2016
“So so place”
8 Jan 2016
“Ok if you're in the area”
Menglun Town, Jinghong, China
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Reviewed 22 May 2016 via mobile

Very expensive entrance tickets for what it offers. And don't bother for 'interpreters' soliciting you inside the park. There is nothing to translate or interpret. Also, too many hawkers hassle you with soliciting of photo taking. Yet, it is a short enjoyable 1 hour forest...More

1  Thank mikisi
Reviewed 9 January 2016

It's a long way from Jingling (2 1/2 hours by car). Has a skyway - basically elevated rope bridges for extra 100 yuan, kids said it was ok. You also get a brief ride up the Mekong river in a boat with Mandarin commentary. Some...More

3  Thank Stormie C
Reviewed 29 December 2015

My teenagers and I enjoyed walking through the tropical forest environment. Take the electric cart to the Eastern district for peace and quiet, away from the tourist groups.

1  Thank lmc023
Reviewed 1 May 2015

This park is about an hour south of Xishuangbanna. We were able to hire a driver for 200RMB to take us their and back. At the park they have tour guides to tell you about what you will see (30RMB), however, you will need a...More

2  Thank shorkw4
Reviewed 28 February 2015

The great trekking we had in Jinghong is really cool. The minorities are still traditonal in their costoms and habits in villages where are very close to Laos. In Jinghong city it is vey similar with Thailand's style for the buidings and very clean, less...More

2  Thank LOII B
Reviewed 5 December 2014

We walked into the rainforest with a guide who told us about a small tribe that lives there. Most likely you will need a translotor to understand the guide

Thank Bohall
Reviewed 3 September 2014

We enjoyed the tour which didn't seem like a 'tour', walking through the tropical forest with friends. Very informative and entertaining.

Thank Dale G
Reviewed 25 July 2014 via mobile

One of best tourist things I've ever done, to meet villagers only discovered by the chinese government 18 years ago that cannot speak any mainstream languages and remain cutoff from the world in their traditional values. Give them one cigarette and they'll give you free...More

3  Thank Paul L
Reviewed 7 July 2014

The track inside the forest make possible for women to wear high heels without worry. Everyone can enjoy the biodiversity and the ancient rivers inside the forest..exciting

Thank dian ridwan n
Reviewed 26 February 2014

To be honest, the views inside the Rainforest didn't meet my expectation, the plants with complicated names are not easy to remember, all of them look similar with each other...... The tour guide was good and with a great sense of humor, we were made...More

Thank dadaniu
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