Bird's eye view of Shangri-la: The holy mountain hidden in the clouds

Standing at 6,740 meters above sea level, the peak of the tallest mountain in Yunnan can be easily surrounded by a sea of clouds during rainy season.

The Meili Mountain range is located in Deqen County in southwest China's Yunnan Province, and it is one of the most sacred mountains of Tibetan Buddhism.

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(Cover image is a screenshot. Video filmed by CGTN Nature film crew.)

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