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one hour drive from Kunming. The ticket is 42yuan each. The scenery area is very quiet and beautiful. You can climb mountain. It's not very hard, the view is nice. Lots of green. But boat floating is least recommended. The river is not clean.
The temple is open to people who are interested in Buddhism. There are few tourists. You can stay and eat in the temple, or you can volunteer to help in the kitchen and garden. They also offer a Buddhism studies course.
If you want to stay, eat or study there, make sure you call before you go. Everything is free, but you can't waste things and you should not talk to others if they are studying the course.
Take a bus from Kunming's Northwest Bus station to Fumin bus station and then a find bus heading to the temple. The total time you will spend on the road is around one and half hours.
My favorite wet market in Kunming. There are so many different kinds of fresh vegetables, fruits and snacks.
It's a small cozy restaurant, with 5 or 6 tables, the biggest one fits 5 people at the most. They serve sushi and some other common Japanese dishes. The price is acceptable given Japanese food is usually more expensive than Chinese food in Kunming. The quality of their sushi is good and the service is nice too. Good place to take a rest and recharge energy after you do shopping in the nearby malls. At dinner time the wait is usually about 20 minutes.
Hot pot chain from Chongqing. One of the most popular places of its kind in Kunming recently. The decoration is quite traditional Chinese. I like the numb peppers they use, which are very similar to authentic Chongqing style. They don't accept reservations. We got there around 6pm and had to wait for almost one hour to get a table. A good place but sometimes too noisy.