Yuntel Inn Kunming Baita

Address: No.201 Baita Road, Panlong District, Kunming, Yunnan, 650011, China | Motel
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This motel, located in the Panlong 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

Traveling to Kunming

A travel blog entry by anna.and.daniel on Dec 11, 2014

7 photos

... especially Bagan and Inle Lake. This would have been helpful information to have. I would have most definitely taken more heed.

We arrive at the airport 3 hours early neither my husband nor I mind. Its better than terrified of missing the plane. Our taxi from the airport was 8,000k the hotel said it would be 8 or 9,000k and my Taxi man tried to charge me 10,000k. In a moment of temperamental resistance, I negotiated to 9,000k then left him no tip. ...

Arrival in China - culture shock!

A travel blog entry by jandkross on Nov 16, 2012

1 comment, 41 photos

It was still dark as we left the Somerset soon after 6 o’clock on Friday morning. The taxi driver taking us to the airport did not speak much English and so it was a quiet journey.

We checked in for the Malaysia Airlines flight to Kunming in China and went for coffee and toast. Then, feeling somewhat revived, we joined the almost predominantly Asian throng boarding the flight. It was to be a three and a half hour journey. We were served a meal ...

A new kind of school

A travel blog entry by birrell on Nov 16, 2012

24 photos

We relocated to CS Wenwen today. An interesting taxi ride where the driver needed to get out and ask directions several times, using the Chinese character address we had on the mobile phone. Finally made our way into a modern high rise apartment area and called Wenwen. "Give your phone to a Chinese person for me to talk to them". Finger pointing followed and we found a door with children's noise. It was 5.15 pm and school was underway for about six 6 - 8 year old girls. They ...

Four nights in Kunming

A travel blog entry by aaronpolarbear on May 31, 2012

17 photos

... 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 ...

Eternal springtime

A travel blog entry by tomandhayley on Jun 09, 2011

1 comment, 36 photos

... we had bargained on grabbing one of these to the train station, however what we hadn’t banked on was the fact that we were traveling at 10:30 on a Friday night…just as every person in Kunming had decided to go out for the night and use all the taxis. We tried for ages but we just couldn’t get a taxi and we were starting to panic we were going to miss our train; finally we ended up finding one and luckily he drove like a nutcase to get us to the ...