Cangshan Mountain - also known as Diancangshan - is a well-known mountain overlooking Dali city in southwest China. The mountain area is particularly famous amongst nature lovers due to the abundance of flora and fauna in the region. Other notable features of Cangshan Mountain include its clouds, snow, moon, peaks and streams of the area which offer spectacular views of scenic beauty. The area is home to a few other attractions and cultural relics such as the three pagodas, Inaction Temple, Three Pools in Qingbi Temple and Zhonghe Temple which are all prominent places-of-interest amongst tourists. The mountain area is perfect for a hike, for outdoor enthusiasts to explore the surrounding scenery.
Resource Protection Fare costs around ¥30
Open from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Around 1 hour
Adults, Families, Young Adults, Senior Guests, Children
Surrounding scenery and cultural relics
Though designated prayer facilities at Cangshan Mountain may not be available for Muslim travellers, plenty of open space is available in the area to make use of during prayer times. Muslim travellers could also visit a few of the mosques in Dali such as the Xingsheng North Rd at the Northeast Gate, the Xiaguan Mosque, the Shen Hecun Msoque as well as the main mosque of Dali which is located on the Country Road near the Southeast Gate.
Muslim travellers will be able to find Halal food near Cangshan Mountain at some of the few Halal restaurants in Dali. It is best to enquire with some of the mosques in Dali about the best places where Halal food will be readily available. It is also possible to opt for vegetarian cuisine at some of the local restaurants, but inquiring about how food is prepared is highly recommended.