Kunming[ Related Itinerary ]

Kunming is the provincial capital of Yunnan Province, known as the "City of Eternal Spring". Endowed with a pleasant climate, neither severe winter nor extremely hot summer, it is one of the most pleasant and relaxed cities in China.

With a history of more than 2,400 years, it was the gateway to the celebrated Silk Road. Due to the pleasant climate, there are many historical and natural sightseeing left. The most popular attractions are: Stone Forest, Dianchi Lake, Kunming Golden Temple, Grand View Park, West Hill, Flower and Bird Market and beautiful gardens. Besides beautiful natural landscape, Kunming is also a modern city with impressive skyscrapers and Hi-tech international Groups. Yunnan Nationalities Village is a wonderful theme park displays the colorful folklore and architectures of 25 ethnic groups in Yunnan Province. Visitors could learn more about the minority culture in Yunnan through shows and performances, a folklore museum and a wax museum for folklore.

In order to facilitate the international visitors' short stay in Beijing, 72 Hours Visa Free Transit policy is carried out From Oct. 1st 2014. Passport holders of 51 countries and regions are granted a visa-free stay of up to 72 hours with a third country flight ticket.


Kunming Stone Forest

Kunming Stone Forest is located in Yi nationality autonomous county, in the east plateau of Yuannan Province, 120 kilometers away ...More

Dianchi Lake

Covering an area of more than 300 square kilometers, with the shoreline of about 200 kilometers long, Dianchi Lake is the biggest ...More

Flower and Bird Market

With mild climate all the year round, Kunming gains the reputation of Spring City in China, so the flower is one of the symbols of ...More

Kunming Golden Temple

Kunming Golden Temple is one of the important cultural relic protection units in China, located on top of Mingfeng Mountain, 7 kil ...More

Grand View Park

Covering an area of of 478,000 square meters totally, with the land area of 231,000 square meters and the water area of 247,000 sq ...More

West Hill

For a distant view, the clusters of hills just look like a giant sleeping Buddha, so the West Hill also gained the name of "Sleepi ...More