YunNan Jin Feng Hotel

Address: No.48 East Renmin Road, Panlong District, Kunming, Yunnan, 650051, China | Motel
 
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Location

This motel, located in the Wuhua District area of Kunming, is near Stone Forest, Western Hills (Xi Shan), Kunmíng City Museum, and Jinsha River.
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Travel Blogs from Kunming

Travel and change of place...

A travel blog entry by chenli on Feb 11, 2015

20 photos

... we went to was Bozhou. You may recall in a previous post I shared a photo of me with a giant statue of ancient military leader, Cao Cao. Bozhou is his hometown. It is just an hour or so south of Shangqiu. They have a few ancient sites to see in the city. Gareth and I wandered around the city all day and finally found one place we had been searching for: Cao's Cao's tunnels. These are the tunnels that Cao Cao and his army used; they are thousands ...

Saying Goodbye

A travel blog entry by jbingham on Jul 08, 2013

... ready to head back to the Chuan.

Before catching a bus back to Hechuan, we ate our favorite noodles, which ended up sucking. Dissatisfied, we headed back by bus and saved the noodles for another day. We were excited to finally be in the comfort of the Chuan, with familiar faces smiling at us and managers knowing what our favorite dishes were. We had 3 days in Hechuan before departing to Paul’s (our student) house in Jiangxi Province, so we spent them well, having ...

Kunming

A travel blog entry by shapeshiffter on Dec 16, 2012

2 comments, 9 photos

... Lizzards, snakes, squirrels, rats, mice and plenty of gross bugs. It was interesting to say the least. There was some cool stuff though, Yunnan is known for its Jade and marble, so they have a lot of cool jewellery, but the good stuff is not cheap.

Yesterday (Saturday) we walked around the local city park where all the locals hang out on the weekends, and did we see some weird stuff. Heaps of people dancing ...

Chinese University and Traffic Accident

A travel blog entry by gitana13 on Jun 14, 2012

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... I had spent awake in the city. We waited for our taxi in a line and eventually got a taxi to take us to the hotel. My first taxi ride in China! I wanted to take everything in and observe what was happening around me. From the first taxi ride to now, being in Chengdu, I would like to describe Chinese traffic as being organized chaos. I cannot understand the rules in which they drive but the driving is chaotic but everybody seems to follow ...

Carols in China

A travel blog entry by nickchico on Nov 30, 2011

... as it was the only song we could think of that we all knew.

Once it was over they demanded another song, and wouldn't take no for an answer, even after us arguing against it. With it being the last day in November, we decided it would be appropriate to sing a Christmas carol. Never did I think that I'd be carolling in China, to a huge crowd of Chinese students who were clapping along. It was the most ...