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How To Get To Banyan Tree Ringha in Shangri La China


Banyan Tree Ringha

How to get to Banyan Tree Ringha? It can be easily accessed by car or bus from the airport.

  • Shangri-La Diqinq Airport (DIG)

    23 km | 32 min drive A domestic airport serving Shangri-La City.
  • Shangri-La Diqing Bus Station

    18 km | 30 min drive It's a 25 minute ride from the bus station to Banyan Tree Ringha.
Points of interest
  • Dabao Temple

    This local Tibetan temple is only 300 metres from the hotel, and is easily accessible by foot or bicycle. We recommend going early in the morning.
  • Pudacuo National Park

    19 km | 26 min drive The huge Pudacuo National Park is home to many rare and endangered species of flora and fauna.
  • Banyan Tree Lijiang Resort

    190km | 3 hour drive Why not make your trip twice as fascinating by staying at two unique Banyan Tree resorts? Banyan Tree Ringha is a 3 hour drive from the Lijiang resort.
  • Shangri-La Old Town

    19 km | 30 min drive Banyan Tree Ringha hotel is near the old town which is rich in Tibetan cultural and religious heritage.
  • Shu Du Gang riverside

    Just 50 metres from the hotel, this river is a short walk or bike ride away from the hotel lobby.
  • Ganden Sumtseling Monastery

    18 km | 35 min drive Built in 1679, this is the largest Tibetan Buddhist monastery in Yunnan province. We recommend going early in the morning.
  • Visiting Yila Prairie and Napa Lake

    29 km | 45 min drive A scenic seasonal lake and highland prairie. The lake dries up during the winter months, and becomes a rich grassland and lake in spring.
  • Shudu and Bita Lake Excursion

    19 km | 30 min drive Located 32 km northeast of Banyan Tree Ringha is one of the largest lakes in Shangri-La. The lake is 3,705 metres above sea level and the ideal setting for nature walks. Unlike the barren rocky mountains of western Tibet, the surrounding mountains are covered with forests and birds. In addition to the golden colored “cracked-stomach fish”, musk deer and muntjaks are frequently seen accompanying shepherded flocks on the land.

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