Xiyi Hotel Kunming

Address: NO. 241 Dōngfēng West Rd, Kunming, Yunnan, 650031, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on NO. 241 Dōngfēng West Rd, Kunming, is near Western Hills (Xi Shan), Kunmíng City Museum, Yúnnán Provincial Museum, and Zhèng Hé Gongyuán Park.
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        • Swimming pool
        • Restaurant
        • Fitness/Health center
         

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        Travel Blogs from Kunming

        Happy Birthday/Anniversary!!!

        A travel blog entry by ian.gardiner on Oct 24, 2015

        8 photos

        ... to get up to the top. Sue buys tickets for the chairlift once we're through the entrance gates. Chairlift??? This IS a big hill! We jump onboard a rickety two seater lift and laugh as we are not sure how to get off. We have only got off with skies on our feet before, skiing off. We enjoy the amazing views of the city and Lake Dian which is 25 miles long - massive! A number of locals wave, say hello or take our photos! We manage to get off with ...

        Back to Kunming for a night

        A travel blog entry by luciecox on Nov 16, 2013

        38 photos

        ... This bus being another+the wait for the next one+no knowing how long the next bus was going to be=not taking this chance to pay too much money and getting there at closing time and have 30 minutes inside the caves. Disappointing...
        We tried our luck in a different part of town called The Loft, a small cluster of art galleries/cafes/street acts but then again it turned out to be abandoned. What a shame that all this is not made easier for tourists to get around. ...

        Trek #1: The Tiger Leaping Gorge, breathtaking

        A travel blog entry by on-phil on Jan 31, 2013

        1 comment, 17 photos

        ... the trek. I stopped a few times but no long stops. The views and the tranquility of the mountain were golden moments. I came across of some villagers belonging to the Naxi ethny. All of them working in the fields very hardly and with ancient working methods which really takes you back in time and makes this hike even more charmful. A few squirrels and birds were the only animals that I saw, apparently there are no tigers these days but you might cross a bear from ...

        Culture SHOCK! (Jess)

        A travel blog entry by jklcromsigt on Sep 16, 2012

        19 photos

        ... have. They laughed as we took their picture and one of their license plate...just in case. They were nice. We all knew it wasn't the smartest idea but we needed to get back in time for our next bus. Luckily we made it safely! Hopefully we won't have to do that again.

        We got our stuff together at the hostel and went out for some spicy noodles. We took a taxi to the long distance bus station to head north to Shangri-La on a sleeper bus. We went through Chinese ...

        Stone Forest & Yuantong Temple, Kunming

        A travel blog entry by littleboylost51 on Jul 24, 2011

        38 photos

        ... life in their hands as they weave through the traffic. No one wears a crash helmet and often you see several people on one bike. I have mentioned earlier that in Beijing we saw one scooter with a child standing on the front platform holding the wing mirrors. A man drove the scooter while a female sat on the back with an open parasol. Today we saw a motorbike with four people on board, a child on the front and three ...