Occupying an area of 80 hectares, the tropical rainforest spot is mainly used for ex-and in-situ conservation of rare and endangered tropical plant species. It is divided into seven parts, including ginger collection, aroid collection, orchid collection, fern collection, and wild flower garden etc.. It has harbored more than 2000 species, including more than 100 rare and endangered species. The core zone of this spot is a primary tropical rain forest, exhibit the tropical rainforest characteristics, such as plank buttress, strangler figs, cauliflory, aerial garden, big liana hanging over the trees etc.. You can also see Pellacalyx yunnanensis and Pandanus furcatusthe which imply the geological transformation history of Xishuangbana. After 30 years' protection and construction, this area has become an integrated platform for plant biodiversity conservation, scientific research and environmental education.