Several Yunnan Attractions Have Been Temporarily Shut Down Due to the Earthquake at Shangri-la

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WindhorseTour will keep updating the last information of this closure on their website. They encourage clients who plan to visit these places to adjust their schedules.

Yunnan Tiger Leaping Gorge

Yunnan Tiger Leaping Gorge

I will encourage our clients to find some alternative choices in Western Sichuan. -- Helen Wang

An announcement from the tourism bureau of Deqen Tibetan Autonomous Region recommends that tourists and residents in Shangri-La not visit Tiger Leaping Gorge, Meri Snow Mountain and Yunnan Snub-nosed Monkey National Park in the short term.

Scenic spots, including Balagezong Area and Tiger Leaping Gorge, have also been temporarily closed to public, said the announcement.

This temporary closure was caused by a 5.9 Magnitude earthquake which hit Yunnan Shangri-la region on the last day of August. Currently there is no official statement about the exact reopen dates for these places.

WindhorseTour, a top China travel agency will keep updating the last information of this closure on their website.

For those who are planning their trips to Shangri-la these days, WindhorseTour suggest them to adjust their schedules. “I will encourage our clients to find some alternative choices in Western Sichuan. This region will also offer you the similar alpine landscapes and Tibetan cultures.” Helen Wang, the sales manager at WindhorseTour said.

WindhorseTour also encourage clients to design their tour itinerary based on their personal interests and needs. “We are here to offer you suggestions by using our expert knowledge, but never to decide where you should go and what you should see.” Helen Wang expressed.

WindhorseTour specializes in creating tailor made experiences based on every client’s unique needs and operating groups to all provinces in China. Please visit WindhorseTour.com for more information or contact them.

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