Kunming

  • Yuantong Mountain
    Yuantong Mountain, located in the northeast corner of Kunming, is a popular urban park which draws in a large number of tourists every year. Covering an area of 26 hectares, the mountain is long and narrow.
  • Stone Forest
    The Stone Forest lies about 80 miles to the southeast of Kunming. A geological phenomenon, the Stone Forest was a vast expanse of sea during the Paleozoic era——some 270 million years ago. Later, the movement of tectonic plates altered the earth’s crust, causing the sea to recede and its limes...
  • Huating Temple
    Dating from 1063 AD, the temple site originally served as a family temple and retreat established by Nanzhao Kingdom governor Gao Zhisheng. By the mid-14th century, however, it had been reborn (and rebuilt) as a Buddhist temple under the Yuan Dynasty, soon becoming the largest temple in Kunming run ...
  • Tanhua Temple Park
    ruì yīng tǎ 瑞  应   塔(昙(tán) 华(huá) 寺(sì)  also known as Taohu Nunnery 昙(tán) 华(huá) 庵(ān) )Tanhua Temple located in Guangming Road, Panlong District (盘龙区光明路; Pánlóngqū Guāngmínglù) (At the foot of Tuiying Mountain in the eastern outskirts of Kunming City, about 4km from...
  • Kunming Flower and Bird Market
    The Yunnan Province is famous for being home to a wealth of flora and fauna. Covering less than 4% of China it is home to approximately half of China’s indigenous birds and mammals, making it a rich and beautiful botanical world; a world that has been transported to the local flower and bird market...
  • Yuantong Temple
    With a history of more than 1,200 years, Yuantong Temple is one of the oldest and grandest Buddhist temples in Kunming . A king of Nanzhao Kingdom (641-902) built the temple during the late eighth century as a continuation of Butuoluo Temple.The Copper Buddha Hall in Yuantong Temple is the only Hina...
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