Holiday Inn Kunming City Centre
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- High-speed internet in room
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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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... where we get a different view of the huge city below. As we continue we walk through gardens with little temples and pagodas. Apparently the Queen and Prince Philip visited here and had tea on the pavilion. We have to take an electric car back to the parking area. The car goes rather fast and we have to hold on tight. We are not sure this would pass health and safety laws at home. We get to our hotel which overlooks the lake apparently, but we see ...
... our frog suits and performed with our master. In just a month we had learned 3 forms, the last being my favorite and one I hope to continue practicing back in the States. We packed into a van full of suitcases and families and headed for the airport. Our flight to Kunming was ever so pleasant and efficiently executed. One perk of China: the pilots don't fly the planes like the drivers drive the cars. Stepping outside in Kunming you were greeted with a cool, fall chill in the ...
... a route that takes you down to the water and actually to the point where the Tiger supposedly jumped to the other side of the Gorge. We paid 10 RMB but realized after paying that this was another 2 hours walking! At this point I was hesitating to quit but it would have been too bad to stop here. We went down, passing along the people going up, the existential questions at this moment being "how many minutes more to the top / bottom?" depending on the way you were ...
... airport and no sign of southern china airlines check-in. We waited around for a while and eventually found someone who could speak English who showed where the check-in would be. Turns out we were just too impatient. They hadn't arrived yet. Only needed to show our passports and our boarding passes were provided. Quick trip out to get our passports stamped and we were ready to catch the flight to Guangzhou. Made our through immigration with no ...
... in the back seat and take in all the scenes around us. There were many people in ethnic costume all making their way into the park for what to them was to be one of the main events of the year. Once we hit the open road our journey back into Kunming was quicker and Steven told us a little about our next attraction.
With a history of more than 1,200 years, Yuantong Temple is the grandest and most important ...