Banyan Tree Ringha
Hong Po Village, Jian Tang Town,
Shangri-La County, Diqing Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture
Yunnan Province, People’s Republic of China 674400
Tel: Tel: +86 887 828 8822
Fax: +86 887 828 8911

Banyan Tree Ringha Website

  • Mini-bar
  • Working table
  • IDD telephone
  • Internet connection
  • bedroom footwear
  • Specially designed bathrobes
  • Warm winter linens
  • Mini stereo system
  • DVD player
  • Mini safe
  • Hairdryer
  • Colour TV
  • Coffee/ Tea making facility
  • Turndown service
  • Daybed
  • In-Villa dining
  • Professional laundry service
  • 32 Tibetan suites and Lodges
  • 3 Restaurants
  • Meeting and conference rooms
  • Wedding facilities
  • 12 different customised tours/trekkings of scenic spots inside and outside Ringha
  • Banyan Tree Spa
  • Banyan Tree Gallery
  • Library – equipped with books, telescopes and maps
  • Business Facilities
  • Library with a selection of DVD movies
  • Wedding facilities
  • Multiple villa options including Tibetan suites and lodges
  • 12 different customised tours/trekkings of scenic spots inside and outside Ringha
  • Banyan Tree Spa
  • Banyan Tree Gallery


Banyan Tree Ringha: Set against the backdrop of the enchanting Temple of the Five Wisdom Buddhas, Ringha Valley faces the spectacular Ringha River in Shangri-La, China. Located 3,600m above sea level, Shangri-La is one of the three counties that make up the Diqen Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in Yunnan. Banyan Tree Ringha offers 15 beautiful 1-bedroom Tibetan suites, 11 rustic 2-bedroom Tibetan lodges and 6 exquisite Spa Suites. Each room comes with a luxuriously designed bathroom fitted with a handcrafted wooden bathtub.


Banyan Tree Ringha consists of Tibetan farmhouses, which the resort group had purchased, taken down and reconstructed in the traditional style of meticulously piling the logs one on top of another in a new site at Ringha Valley. The interior is beautifully decorated with contemporary Tibetan art and crafts, featuring exquisitely woven rugs and attractive drapes in bright and vibrant colours. The lobby with a blazing fireplace, restaurant, bar lounge and library will also be located in the Tibetan houses. Here, guests will have a chance of experiencing the traditional Tibetan way of life, such as porters pulling a yak and carriage, food carried on poles and eating from steaming hotpots.

To find out more information about this destination including Weather, Time or Cultural information, please visit the Travel Planner – China.


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