Donghuang Hotel

Address: No.63 Dongjiao Road, Guandu District, Kunming, Yunnan, 650220, China | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Guandu District area of Kunming, is near Stone Forest, Western Hills (Xi Shan), Jinsha River, and Zhèng Hé Gongyuán Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Kunming

    Terracotta Army - City Wall - Pagoda

    A travel blog entry by charlotteg2206 on Jul 21, 2013

    16 photos

    ... guidebooks :)

    ---After Lunch---

    We headed to Xi'an City Wall which is the most complete city wall that has survived in China.
    A few of us decided to rent some bikes and cycle just one side of the wall as it was too long to do in the time frame we had there. After locking up the bikes again we all grabbed some ice cream to cool us down and then hopped back on to the bus to head to the Small ...

    Ýmislegt / Bland í Poka

    A travel blog entry by xiaobee on Apr 07, 2013

    4 photos

    ... in China. His foundation starts with the challenges of being a looked-down-upon minority in China (although it's hard to be any minority anywhere, being white in China is relatively easy as most Chinese people, whether consciously or not, perceive whites as superior). Add on top of that an ignorance of many migrant and blue-collar workers here, who believe that the US only has white people, most of whom are blond-haired and blue-eyed (in other words, they think ...

    Exploring Kunming

    A travel blog entry by maryleabyrd on Oct 08, 2012

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... Our final stop in Kunming was the 1,000 year old Buddhist site, Yuantong Temple. The complex includes a series of temples placed in gardens, and including a large fish pond. We were lucky enough to visit while two separate ceremonies were being performed. In one area was a private funeral service, but there was also a large ceremony including many chanting monks and lay followers. Our guides could not explain the significance of this ceremony, but ...

    Lovely people ... so-so city

    A travel blog entry by kenanddonna2005 on Mar 11, 2012

    1 comment, 13 photos

    Well that was a bag of fun … eighteen hours on a train with little food and nothing to do is a long time, but we survived. Don made friends with some locals after teaching their young son some English, so that kept her amused.

    As we walked out of the station, I was desperate to see a McDonalds, or something similar, so I could get something inside of me, but of course nothing. After a while of wandering around, we found out where to get the bus to ...

    Battle for Kunming (and Stone Forest)

    A travel blog entry by martinandkate on Aug 31, 2011

    39 photos

    ... and thrust it towards the hard protective shell which just infuriated the beast and brought it out into the open. It sat on the plywood, taunting Kate, threatening her with cockroach banter "I could survive a nuclear war, what good is a coat-hanger going to do you!", until Kate brought out reinforcements in the form of 'Deet'. Kevin (I've decided to name him, for the sake of this story) then distracted by the musk ran around confused as Kate grabbed my shoe ("Not ...