The Twelve Manor Terraces Lodge
Situated on the Yuanyang Rice Terraces Hiking Route, The Twelve Manor•Terraces Lodge is an architectural gem that seamlessly blends together the natural surroundings with understated rustic luxury.
Stunning location nestled along the Yuanyang Rice Terraces Hiking Route.
Relax with their open field Hani Bath and benefit from seven different Hani herbs.
Catch the sunrise or sunset at the sun terrace overlooking the rice terraces.
A blend of rustic luxury, style and sophistication
Enjoying an unparalleled location, The Twelve Manor•Terraces Lodge sits on the stretch of the Yuanyang Rice Terraces Hiking Route. With stunning nature views, relax in the charming lodge after time spent exploring the rice terraces.Stay in one of the 16 uniquely designed rooms, each with a magnificent view. Equipped with modern technology, rooms feature rustic yet luxurious interiors, bespoke furniture and beautiful terrace views. Full height glass windows are installed to allow a panoramic view of the rice terraces in the day and the star blanket at night. There is a restaurant and bar at the lodge serving local dishes and drinks. For a different dining experience, the lodges offer barbecue facilities upon request and is a great option for larger families. Take a reinvigorating soak in the open-air Hani Bath which is a mixture of seven different Hani herbs and the best remedy after a day out in the fields.
When to visit
Between Puzhehei and Yuanyang, you can make a stop at Lengdun Bazaar to understand the ethnic minority culture and their produces.
Off-the-Beaten Honghe Rice Terraces
We will visit the lesser-known Baohua, Jiayin and Samaba rice terraces and surrounding minority villages such as Suhong. Afterwards, we visit the East Gate Building.
Sunset at Tiger's Mouth Terrace
If weather and time permits, you may wish to experience the beautiful sunset from the Tiger Mouth Terrace Field.
Yuanyang Rice Terraces and Hani Minority
Today, catch the stunning sunrise at Duo Yi Shu Terrace. Head to the Hani minority villages of Sheng Cun, Ai Chun and Qing Kou. Afterwards, visit the local rotating Hani market and time permitting, the Bada Rice Terrace.