Holiday Inn Kunming City Centre
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... of Buddha. But once inside it was quite surreal, as there was nobody else there. There were no other tourists as they had all taken the cable car down. There were no monks about and nobody else as far as we could see. This felt a bit uncomfortable, as we didn't fully know whether we would be allowed to go in. Figuring that it would be locked if that were the case though, we ventured on. It felt like we needed to be quiet for some reason even though no one else was there. We crept ...
... taxi and bus to see The Stone Forest. It is Kunming's major sight to see but is situated some distance from the city. The day was gloomy with a light rain falling for part of it but we both enjoyed exploring this remarkable karst formation.
We were advised by a fellow hostel guest to visit the smaller section of the "forest" and that allowed us to escape the crowds and enjoy the maze-like hike much more.
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... its best I (Leyla) take over here everyone ... So we get to the station adn Im not too bothered about the 2nd class tickets as I feel so rank from food poisening I just want to lie down. The station is an experience in itself! Its really similar to an airport! Rammed and people everywhere! There was this one family who looked pretty imbred to be honest. Dodgey eyes and really scruffy lol, anyway they were litterally staring at me it was sending me a bit west especially ...
... quickly learned he was a man for the ladies as he had a wife and a girlfriend. He was a likeable lad and did look after us very well. On the 45k drive into the city centre he gave us a chat on the perils of Vietnam. Food, Traffic, Pickpockets, and Water. We arrived at our hotel an hour later and found it was very comfortable. It is in the Government area of the city, just above the old French Quarter.
... not a chance, great people – Robert, Stef, Warren, Kerry, Kath, Chris and Ian - having the craic amongst a carriage load of China-man, woman and child staring and politely smiling at us peculiar people.
China – it actually never appealed to me but I’m delighted I choose to come here. First impressions – Wow it’s really progressive, undergrounds currently being built in every big city, very technological, ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Kunming City Centre
Due to flight delayed in Singapore and miss connecting flight to Lijiang, Silkair placed us in this hotel for a night free. Was staying in a suit and room was good. Went for dinner and realised it was still about 20 mins (in the cold) walk to Kunming main shopping and food strip.
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