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Kunming Day One Video Posted by on Jun 21, 2017

Kunming Day One Video

What can you do with just 72 hours in China’s Spring City of Kunming? Quite a lot, actually! Join us for a new video series exploring one of the most beautiful cities in China. We’re staying in the city center for our Kunming day one video. In Part One, walk around the lovely Green Lake…

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72 Hours in Kunming (Part One) Posted by on Jun 19, 2017

Getting a visa for China can be costly, in both time and dollars spent. This certainly keeps China low on many people’s list of places to travel. Why spend all that time and money on getting a visa when plenty of countries will let you in for free? Thankfully there are now several Chinese cities…

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Streets, Beats and Eats – Kunming Posted by on Jun 25, 2015

Explore the “Streets, Beats & Eats” of China’s Spring City. Take in the local culture at Green Lake Park, munch on “over the bridge” rice noodles, stroll around a night market, and take in some of the city’s best nightlife and live music. “Welcome to Kunming, China’s Spring City. Our trip begins at the Green…

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Kunming – The Spring City Posted by on Jun 23, 2015

Recently, I wrote a short post about Kunming in Chinese. Due to my low-level of Chinese writing abilities, I wasn’t able to say a whole lot about my new home in that post. Plus, I realize that for a lot of our readers, a post like that is quite hard to follow. Never fear, because today…

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10 Things to Do in Kunming Posted by on Jun 18, 2015

Check out 10 great things to do in Kunming – China’s Spring City. Take in the local culture at the Green Lake, go for a hike in the Western Hills, sample delicious Yunnan cuisine, and party like a rock star at night. 翠湖公园 – cuì hú gōng yuán Green Lake Park 圆通寺 – yuán tōng…

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Yunnan (云南) Part Four – Kunming (昆明) Posted by on Feb 16, 2012

After a few days of fun in Dali, we headed back to Kunming, the capital of Yunnan province. While this city is developing quickly along with the rest of China, it’s still quite easy to get lost in the countryside. We hiked up the Long Insect Mountain and spent the day roaming around cabbage patches…

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