Mingtong Yingxiang Youth Hotel (Kunming Beijing Road)

Address: No.94 Mingtong Lane, Beijing Road, Kunming, Yunnan, 650021, China | Hostel
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This hostel, located on No.94 Mingtong Lane, Beijing Road, Kunming, is near Stone Forest, Western Hills (Xi Shan), Kunmíng City Museum, and Jinsha River.
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Travel Blogs from Kunming

Kunming, the longest travel 'day' ever

A travel blog entry by ellebee88 on Jul 06, 2013

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... climbing up stairs to surface above ground, we were almost carried by the masses, migrating shoulder to shoulder. There was construction along the road at the station entrance, which didn't make traveling easier. Without room to game-plan, we followed traffic outward until we were in an area open enough to pull out a book with a map and look around. We got our bearings and decided to walk to the closest hotel to check rates and potentially find out about transportation out ...


A travel blog entry by linda1davechina on Feb 05, 2013

1 comment, 16 photos

... with her help and advice to us about our travels. And the food and coffee - divine! Fresh carrot cake, scrambled eggs, with bacon, mushrooms, tomatoes, the best sausage pattie you have ever tasted - and real bread toasted with NZ butter on it. How I have missed that food!

I have included a few pictures of Ana's - she went down to Jianshui and Yuanyang, to where the flooded rice fields look stunning at dawn and dusk. Then there were those chickens...

Ninth Day: Kunming

A travel blog entry by daxandtyrer on Nov 17, 2012

1 comment

... And a beautiful Moon dance performed by a girl who must be quadruple jointed in every part of her body and had everything dislocated. The finale was her doing the peacock dance which was beautiful, she formed the beak with her fingers, which had huge decorated nails - too hard to fully describe. The audience behaviour is appalling, groups of people talking throughout, loudly, taking flash photos and videos, clearly told not to and they ignored being pinpointed by a ...

Plan B (B for Burma)

A travel blog entry by julie_sam42 on May 18, 2012

11 photos

... br> Kunming is the capital of Yunnan province and is yet another city with millions of people. When we got there, we spent hours looking for a cheap hotel, but all of them turned us down. We eventually had to make do with a more expensive place. First impressions are quite important when you arrive somewhere, and Kunming wasn’t doing very well. The big positive was that it was hot again. We found a few travel agencies and all of them told us that the border was ...

Ni Hao China!

A travel blog entry by tomandhayley on Jun 08, 2011

7 photos

... explain our problem. We approached the desk and (thank god) the lady behind the counter could speak a little bit of English! She explained that the cash-machine at the airport didn’t accept foreigners cards and that we couldn’t withdraw any cash from her. We explained that we only needed enough money for a taxi to our hostel but there was nothing she could do. We had only been in China for about half an hour and everything was falling ...