Oh, it's very much there and almost as good as the ones in the US. It's in the food court on level B1 near the Toni & Guy salon. Cheaper than the US too. 40 RMB for a foot long meal. But expect a wait time of 30-45 minutes of mostly non-chinese people missing decent sandwiches standing in front of you. Still....totally worth it.
I just moved to Kunming a couple months ago and pretty much gave up on the idea that Latin dance would be a thing here. I've accepted it. I'm from L.A. and have taught salsa (on one), bachata, cumbia and merengue back home since it's a big thing there. Dancing is a big deal for me. If anyone is interested in starting a group, I can take part in reviving it out here. Or if anyone knows of a place that does it with a good vibe, it will help me survive out here much longer :). It doesn't have to be lessons. It can be any place with a floor and some good music.
This place made me cry. The animals look distressed, poorly fed, in confined dirty conditions and neglected. It's also overrun with screaming children and cameras going off pestering the animals. I felt incredibly sorry for the animals and the inhumane conditions they must endure for inconsiderate people who dont give a damn about beautiful, endangered species. Disgusting.
I was pretty excited about this place from all the reviews and ads. But the food was mediocre. Decent but not much flavor. The real problem was the management and service. Our pizza and lasagna took forever and it was cold by the time it came out, a solid 45 minutes of waiting for bland food. Perhaps they're still working on improving their micromanagement skills and I hooe it does but I felt they should have compensated us in some way for the poor quality of service. Maybe it isn't so bad as a general standard out here but this would get you fired for sure if you worked in the US. I'm just trying to save someone the trouble if they're as excited to try this place as I was.