For the second part of the FAM-tour in Guizhou, we visited Guiyang and a lot of Miao villages around Kaili. We explored many interesting places, learn how to make batik, paper handcrafted flower-paper, met lots of great people, and had a lot of adventures. Will you join us next time?
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On our first FAM-tour in Yunnan, we visited Kunming, Dali and Lijiang. We explored many interesting places, met lots of great people, and had a lot of adventures. Will you join us next time?
Good news! During the next three months, all the tickets will be FREE for travelers in Tibet!
You’ve probably heard of tie-dye before, from hippie rainbow T-shirts to DIY workshops, nowadays you can find it everywhere. But what do you really know about tie-dyeing?
When we think of Asia, we think of rice paddies, bamboo hats, water buffalo’s and brown skinned people. This is also true for China. To facilitate your search for your dream China, here is an overview of some of the most beautiful and stunning rice terraces in China.
With countless seagulls in the sky, bird-watching has become a very popular local activity and even a part of tradition in Kunming. Want to have a closer look of thousands seagulls and experience what local people do around Kunming city? Check those spots listed in this article.
From simple farmers markets to huge wholesale ones, Yunnan really has a lot to offer to the shopping lovers. Check out our list of the most interesting ones and get ready to bargain!
2017 has been a great year for Wonders of Yunnan. After the ASTA convention in San Diego (CA), we're on our new way to meet more tourism specialists and seek more global opportunities. Come and meet us in Guiyang and London!
As the Kunming-Chongqing high-speed rail has been announced to operate by the end of the year, over the next decades, south-east Asia along with major cities of south-west China will become a paradise for railway travelers!
This year's Mid-Autumn Festival falls during the October Golden Week that celebrates China's National Day, meaning that we'll have a long eight-day holiday to celebrate, relax and, of course, eat mooncakes!