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  • RegisteredJune 9, 2008
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Forums > Living in Kunming > Olympic Torch in Kunming

I was very annoyed too. They must have known about the route change for ages, but for some reason chose to keep it secret. At best, silly. At worst, contemptuous.

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I wish them every success, but a lot more would be done for rhino conservation if the Chinese were discouraged from buying ivory.

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I've previously railed against this place's terrible customer service (despite having the best range of western food in Kunming). But things are definitely improving. You no longer have to show a card on arrival (a QR code will do as you check out), your bags are not taken off you in order to get in, there are trolley-cars for kids to ride in and a lot of the food items that had gone missing over recent months seem to have been restocked.

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The museum has expanded and now also has a nice section on China's High Speed Train System, including a mock-up of the inside of a HS train.

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Took my son to the waterfall today. Nice grounds, well kept. There's a children's activity park towards the far end of the lake. As an alternative to the previously explained route, you can leave 司家营 station at Exit A and take a three-wheeled "taxi" to the Park for 10RMB. The Park itself is free and has a nice marked running track for those so inclined.

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This is a great show which, although pricey (about 100RMB depending on seat, kids under 1metre for free) is pretty good value for a 1.5 hour show. Few animals (horses, dogs and a couple of camels only) and lots of impressive human feats, with an international flavour. I was pleasantly surprised and my son loved it.