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Green Lake Park

Joy Yang
posted on Sunday, November 6th at 20:15

As already outlined in our latest newsletter (see below), autumn is a great time to visit Yunnan. Additionally to loads of sunshine and blue skies, especially the yellow leaves of the Gingko trees produce a colorful scenery in the parks and gardens of Kunming. Take a stroll and bring your camera!

Christy Huang
posted on Sunday, October 30th at 21:08

As every year when it gets colder in the northern hemisphere, thousands of Siberian seagulls migrate to Yunnan to hibernate in the relatively mild climate of South China. Usually, we are expecting them in November earliest but this year, they somehow are in a hurry and arrived in October already.

Joy Yang
posted on Thursday, July 21st at 02:58

The Stone Forest, Jade Dragon Snow Mountain or Pudacuo National Park - when visiting Yunnan, the one or the other might has been surprised when confronted with high entrance fees. We list up some free sites around Kunming for you. Enjoy!

Christy Huang
posted on Monday, July 18th at 20:46

Every year in Yunnan and other places all over the country, we can watch colorful lotus flowers blossom on ponds, rivers and lakes. Facing the sunshine, the lotus usually is in bloom between June and September. Click for the best Lotus spots in Yunnan!

Joy Yang
posted on Friday, December 4th at 00:42

Pearl, Jade, Gem or Eye of Kunming - there are a couple of names for the Green Lake Park in Kunming's geographical city center. Established in the 17th century, it is today often the first port of call for Kunming visitors. Join musicians and dancers or just sit and watch in a nice atmosphere.

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