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Splendid Ocean of Flowers in Luoping, China

 2014-02-24    lyla    Tips    Kunming    2341  

Luoping is located on north east of Kunming,near to the border of Yunnan, Guizhou and Guangxi provinces.Every spring,the place has become the Heaven for travel photography enthusiasts.They come here to take the most beautiful picture of the blooming rapeseed flowers.

Rapeseed flowers are planted all over the China. And with the different locations, the flowers bloom at different times.Luoping rapeseed farms are one of the largest scale in China.

The best place to enjoy rapeseed flowers:

Golden Rooster Hills:
Golden Rooster Hills is one of the most popular spots to enjoy the rapeseed flowers in Luoping.It is near to Luoping and vistors can take bus to Golden Rooster Hills.The scenery here is more attractive for far away from the hills.The rapeseed flowers farms seems vastness and magnificence.

NiuJie is situated at north of Luoping town. There are terraces in this area.Not only the rapeseed flowers planted here,but also other species like wheat and vegetables.It’s a stunning picture that a variety of color interwoven with flowers.

Even though the farms are small here, this beautiful work of art still make people amazing for it’s like an artist exquisitely drawing circular rings on the ground.

Jiulong Waterfalls:
Jiulong Waterfalls is less famous than its neighbor, Huangguoshu Waterfall,but it still is known as one of the biggest and most beautiful waterfalls in China.Vistors can enjoy the great rapeseed flowers scenery above Jiulong Waterfalls.


By Train:There are trains from Kunming to Luoping. The Guangzhou-Kunming train stops at Luoping.

By bus: Vistors can take regular bus from Kunming Dongju bus station to Luoping.

Best time to Luoping:
Rapeseed flowers season is from February to March.So the spring is the best season to Luoping.

What to buy in Luoping?

There are many local products vistors can buy in Luoping ,such as canola flower honey, tobacco, ginger, Collybia albuminosa, bamboo shoots, Eucommia tea, vegetable oil, old factory wine and others.

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