I have to agree with splitopen. This place is not worth the long drive to get there whatsoever. Crazy expensive and the play is boring. It looks thrown together and poorly built. The employees are rude. They obviously don't like their jobs. For the prices they charge, it is a rip off. I give it a few months before Hello! Haigeng Minigolf Park is just a memory.
Dr Doom, This is not the US so, yes, 40 kuai IS too much! Next time your are there, count how many Chinese customers they have. This business seems to promote an elitist attitude which I do not care for. A foreign owned business setting pricing to exclude locals is not a place I would support.
BTW, it was open in Nov, and it sounds like your are the one who owns this place......pretty lame.
Up to 1,000 Dali businesses to close in face of new policyPosted by
Move in the right direction, but too little too late?
Popular night market locations closed, ban appears permanentPosted by
I hope it sticks. Street venders are nothing but a nuisance.
Dianchi below national standards, nearby construction may be haltedPosted by
500 billion yuan to spend for cleanup? Well that would mean about 100 billion to actually be spend on the pollution.
Did someone say "tea time, BIG time?
Kunming ranks fifth nationally in expat pollPosted by
I've been here 8 years. I would say that Kunming would only be an average pick for a location to live in China. Yunnan is a great province for enjoying "natural China", so by default that means living in Kunming.
Sadly, the expansion and changes here have been mostly negative. Unplanned construction, pollution, traffic, local corruption continues unchecked in Kunming. This really knocks down Kunming as a preferred destination for anyone. This poll sounds like just another sham to attract tourists to this area.
My optimistic belief is that in 7-10 years Kunming will settle down and tweak itself into a front runner city for living. It has a way to go at it's present state. I'll be patient and continue to live here and wait and see. To that end, I'm moving out to Chonggong where I bought property. Living IN the city is not that great. I often travel out of here, and so Kunming is an ideal base for that. If I had to stay here (and work) on a daily basis, that would be a very hard pill to swallow.
Now with the new petrochemical plant firing up.........that may well squash any chance of "Kunming" and "natural beauty" being used in the same sentence.
In the meantime I'll be keeping my fingers crossed.
Haigeng Park getting faceliftPosted by
Not in your lifetime.