Kunming's 3rd SCO annual marathon set to attract 20,000 competitors.
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Visiting Kunming is soon to become much easier, thanks to the new 144-hour visa-free entry, which will be implemented January 1, 2019.
When you are in Kunming, a visit to the Western Hills is a MUST! Last weekend, we hiked up the mountain, visited temples, admire the wide views of Dianchi Lake and the stone carvings on the face of the cliff...
Great news for our fellow commuters! Kunming Subway Line 3 is offcially open, connecting with Subway Lines 1 and 2 at Dongfeng Square and Subway Line 6, which has finally reopened, at Kunming East Bus Station.
In June 2017, a group of over 50 students and their teachers from various Hong Kong schools (La Salle College, the St. Paul's Secondary School as well as the Pui Tak Canossian College) took part in our South Of The Colourful Clouds Tour throughout Yunnan. Great fun for all people involved!
For the seventh time, Kunming's "500KM City Music Festival" kicks off - this year end of June. A large variety of Chinese and international bands on three different stages will rock Yunnan's capital during two days! Join Kunming's largest music festival close to Dianchi Lake!
Wonders Of Yunnan Travel offers various day tours all over China, either private ones or for joining in. Whether in or around Kunming, Beijing, Chengdu or other cities of the country - get an overview of what can be done and visited during your spare day!
Dianchi Lake, located just southwest of Kunming City, was known to be not the cleanest. To improve the water quality, numerous wetlands have been created along its shoreline. They're good for the environment and also offer a beautiful and peaceful scenery for visits just outside the city!
When you travel to Yunnan, food shall always be an important part of your trip. Kunming, as the capital city of Yunnan, is not only beautifully located but has some very good and special dishes to offer. Find here some local delicacy you wouldn't want to miss when visiting Kunming. Enjoy!
In Yunnan, there is a saying: "Trains don’t run faster than cars and the railway only goes abroad, not to inland destinations." Actually, this is referring to the old Yunnan-Vietnam Railway. Today, the one-meter-gauge train still runs once a day through Kunming. Hop on and get nostalgic!