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The city of Kunming is one of the hidden gems of China. Its geographic location as the center of commerce and trade in China has led to Kunming’s expansive growth over the last decade. Kunming is a mix of old and new traditions, architecture and commerce. A visit to Kunming is a more relaxed than a visit than some of the larger cities in China. Although smaller than some of the other major cities in China, there are still many fun things to do for the visiting traveler. There are amazing historical sites along modern buildings and great restaurants to be enjoyed. Wherever you travel in Kunming, you are sure to have an amazing cultural experience.
Kunming is a city of the future that is rooted firmly in it's past. This will become clear to you as you walk through the downtown area of Kunming where storefronts which date back 100 years or more sit right next to incredibly modern sky-scrapers. Our favorite attractions in the city include spending the day strolling through Green Lake Park along the waterfront area of Kunming, exploring the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Stone Forest a magnificent Limestone Park, one the oldest and most gorgeous parks in the world, Yunnan Ethnic Village, Yuantong Temple, Black Dragon Pol. To get an authentic perspective into the local culture, spend some time walking through the local flower and bird market. In addition to these sites, there are other attractions such as the Jiquxiang Scenic Area home to the Karst Cave Museum a natural underground area bursting with colorful waterfalls, caves and stunning gorges, Taihu Lake on Xishan and Dianchi Lake, the sixth largest freshwater lake in China.