Haishi Hotel

Majiaying, Xishan District, Kunming, Yunnan, 650228, China | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Xishan District area of Kunming, is near Western Hills (Xi Shan), Yúnnán Provincial Museum, Kunmíng City Museum, and Jinsha River.
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    Travel Blogs from Kunming

    The road well travelled

    A travel blog entry by rednosefg on Nov 23, 2013

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    So as I started to write this from 32,000 feet up, somewhere above Bangkok I got to thinking about how many kilometers I've travelled so far. My trusty app informs me that I've blogged about 2793km, add on 1527km between Hangzhou and Chengdu and the 2435km between Kunming and Kuala Lumpur and my trusty calculator informs me that the total is 6755km or 4197 miles. Considering Hangzhou to London is 5723miles, it's not a bad distance! When I arrived ...

    Shopping for winter! Bit of a change from bikinis.

    A travel blog entry by wotters on Feb 02, 2013

    7 photos

    ... apprehensive of what to expect and on our sleeper bus we got chatting to two Chinese girls. One of them spoke superb English and was happy to chat with us and offeed us her snacks she had with her. When we stopped for our evening meal break it was as we’d expected...no English was spoken and the food being served had no signs or menu in English to help us. We were going to have some of the buffet style stir fry’s and rice but our friend stepped in ...

    To my dog

    A travel blog entry by soaringdragons on Sep 23, 2012

    ... deep. I call it "Battery Lake" because it's name is a homophonic approximation of the Chinese word for battery like what you put in your cell-phone.

    Criminy, when I first came here in the 90's there were no cell-phones, and eleven years ago there were a lot fewer than there are now. Little kids have them, and I mean little kids.

    And you wouldn't have liked the food, anyway. Got a lot of peppers in it. And you'd have to ...

    Koolin' It in Kunming

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jan 04, 2012

    61 photos

    ... for $4 for each orange. My cost was $1 each so they make a nice profit. I am stoked, soo delicious.


    I wasn't done. At a different store, I bought tiny quantities ($1 worth) of several loose teas I wanted to try out, some as much as 990 RMB ($157 per 250 gram). I only loved one kind...the dried and curled young tips of tea plant, a green tea. The others tasted like earthy fungus and one was real bitter. Perhaps these ...

    Hiking up the Western Hills

    A travel blog entry by asianace206 on Jul 05, 2011

    101 photos

    ... br>
    We noticed the abundance of green algae and dead fish in the lake. With the green algae, red dirt soil and blue sky, the colors seemed to be quite vibrant on the sunny day. After crossing the bridge, we realized that we could continue along the road but the road turned into a freeway. We decided to hop onto the cable car lift and take the lazy way up the mountain. We probably saved about a good 1-2 hours of walking by taking the 5 minute cable car ride. ...