Holiday Inn Kunming City Centre
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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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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TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Kunming City Centre
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... iPad, turning our cabin into a mini cinema. After another not so great night's sleep we arrived in sunny Kunming (hello sun, we haven't seen you properly since Beijing thanks mostly to smog in the other cities). Kunming is known as The Spring City as it always has a pleasant climate. It was lovely and sunny and even warm (no jacket required), hurrah! After checking into our little apartment we walked to a travel agency to book our bus tickets for ...
... one, which wasn't tuna at all, it was spicy beef! But good none the less! For the 2 days we were in Kunming we spent ~£9 on food!!! It was a shame we didn't get to actually see any of Kunming but luckily it provided the shops we needed to get the clothes we majorly need! Just 2 days in China and I am so excited: it is gona be knackering but the challenge of the language, transport, everything makes it feel like real travelling rather than being in a country made for tourists. Exciting ...
... dumplings - a dough filled with goodies. We joined in and found ourselves sitting with an Aussie CS who had met Teresa through the Kunming group site. Then Stu an American arrived! The English speaking ones spent a lot of time talking about common interests - probably too much, but it was great to be in their company. It was a traditional Chinese meal and we all sat round a coffee table with chopsticks, eating from the 6 communal bowls - tasty and not ...
... for us to regret reserving the top bunks in the hard sleeper class. We didn’t really want to take an overnight train in the first place, but since all the other trains were booked up, this was our first available opportunity. In hindsight, a bus is much quicker and is likely worth the wait, but if you are forced on to the overnight train, either go with a soft sleeper bed or one of the lower bunks. The top bunks were just way too hot and cramped for any sort ...
learning chinese tones,
gives me and my dad nightmares,
and tutors torture.
the squat toilets here,
give quadriceps cramps.
my picky sister,
goldilocks, princess and pea,
craves a burrito.
my poor, poor mother,
showers me with compliments,
that i don't deserve.