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Black Dragon Pool, Green Lake Park and the Western Hills will most likely be crammed with people. I'd recommend Xuning Temple:


Lovely and spacious, so even if crowded, you can still get good pics. Also, if the weather is good, you can take fantastic shots of much of Kunming.


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We are getting conflicting reports from organizers about what days are open to the public. The final day of the event, November 15, will definitely be open to visitors.

Tickets available at the gate cost 30 yuan.

Bus number 225 gets you there.

I'm guessing the food will not be wonderful.

It appears the Jiaozi Mountain Dedicated Tourist Road (轿子山旅游专线) and Road X002 are the same stretch, and will take you from north Kunming all the way to the scenic area.

The article has been edited to reflect this. Thanks for pointing out the error.



To be fair, this is just my type of bar: live music, nicely priced drinks in a divey setting. Normally I would give 4 stars, but Sunday afternoons on the back patio are simply too good not to give a top rating.


Fantastic little clothing boutique with a wonderful owner.


Had the buffet here recently. A bit expensive but discounts are available for groups. Seafood, including crab, lobster and sushi were all fantastic. European and Chinese dishes were great as well. Beer was included with dinner. Overall, excellent service and food.


Excellent dumplings for omnivores, vegetarians and carnivores. This is a hole in the wall joint with no frills, but the owners are friendly and the dumplings are just right. Five stars if they get higher quality vinegar.


A great little green spot. I would give it five stars if the old orchid garden weren't locked every time I go there. Kunming needs more parks!