Though the temperature here stays quite the same all the year round, Kunming is where many ethnic minority people live and home to diversified culture, folklore and religion. As a major entry/exit city in western China, Kunming is just the starting point for those who eager to unveil the mystery of Yunnan.Tips
1. Thanks to high latitude, Kunming has a different weather from those in plain, make sure appreciate cloth and sunscreens are packed before you set out.
2. There are thousands of red-beak gulls fly from Siberia to Kunming to spend winter between November to next March each year. If you happen to be in Kunming this time period, don't forget to check it out.
3. Though the most indigenous Yunnan rice noodle is not in Kunming, but 'the most authentic rice noodle in China' at Qiaoxiangyuan Restaurant will also please your tongue once you are here.
Yuanyang Rice Terrace
Photography Tour to Dongchuan's Red Land
Once you’re in Yunnan,it will be very easy for you to extend your trip to other places such as Guilin, Chengdu, Tibet and even to Southeast Asian countries likeThailand, Vietnam. You’re going to harvest more diversified cultures and natural scenery. Find out more tour ideas of Yunnan Extension.
Yunnan Optional Tours
When you have had enough of the most-visitedcities of Lijiang, Kunming, Dali and Zhongdian, an optional tour to Yuanyang, Jianshui or Dongchuan willoffer you the chance to enjoy stunning views of rice terraces and photogenicred land.
Ethnic Minorities Kaleidoscope