Green Land Hotel Kunming

80 Tuo Dong Rd., Kunming, Yunnan, 650041, China
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  • Couples25
  • Solo100
  • Business88

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Kunming Airport

by dragon0419

Is anyone familiar with the layout of Kunming airport? I'm picking up my luggage from one airline (China Eastern) and have to check in with a different airline (Shandong). Do I need to go out and come back in. Is it a relatively small airport? Any problems with security? much thanks

Re: Kunming Airport

by chinamonty

I never had any problem with transiting whilst I was in China. I would imagine it would only be a problem at the really huge airports like Beijing or Guangzhou. Kunming is not a huge airport but you wouldn't describe it as tiny as it both domestic and international terminals. I got diverted there once and there were over twenty planes parked there for the same reason that night and it was all handled with little drama.

Re: Kunming Airport

by ellyse

I think you do need to collect your luggage then check-in again.
Yes, it's a relatively small airport.

Travel Tips for Kunming

Bronze Statues

by Tedsocoa

When just walking around in de city center, you can meet on several places, very original statues, made of bronze. Sometimes amazing, sometimes just amusing. You can find them in the surroundings of Dongfeng Yilu and Renming Zhonglu.

Rice noodles - Yunnannese staple food

by hooiluangoh

Visitors to Kunming must try this "cross-bridge rice noodles" which orignated from the county of Mongzhi. (see my restaurant tip about this)

Other places have their own varienties. And in the grocery market, you see plenty of them in different sizes and colour no different from the variety of pastas you find in an Italian market. The fat sourish noodles are perfect for assam laksa !!

Lijiang River

by xiquinho

The ancient city of Lijiang was built in Song Dynasty, 800 hundred years from now. The town centre was surrounded by streets built by colourful marbles, making them dirt and dust free. Nearby Lijiang River is the Luku Lake, 2700 metres above sea level, where the matriarchal Moso tribe resides. The isolated and natural environment embraces the Moso tradition of no marriage.

Kunming - Dali

by vigi

This is the bus I took from Kunming to Dali. Price 65 Yuan. They told me 4-5 hours, but I was stuck in the bus for 7 hours before arrivng Dali! Some people vomit on the bus, and one local fainted half way adn was sent to hospital by police. I should have taken the train instead!!!

Guizhou steamboat (lamb/beef/dog available)

by hooiluangoh about Niu Pao Bei Huo Guo

This is a huge restaurant with many dining halls, each separated by clever partition so one always thinks one is in a boutique. It also has private dining room.

Menu in Chinese.

If you are seated in a privivate dining room (because the halls are too busy), don't get too excited yet, especially when there are 2 tables in the room. My experience is the waiter can't tell which table is which, and in the end we were served the other table's appetisers. When they realised the mistake, they just took our dish to their serving desk, waited for 5 minutes, then served it on the other table. The problem is: We have already picked some on the plate (with our chopsticks). The meat to try are: fatty beef (not unlike shabu-shabu).

Warning : dog meat is also on the menu.

The soup base can be hot & spicy, chicken & herbs or both, ie 2 soups in a pot, separated by a partition. I recommend the chicken & herbs as I can't tell what's so good about the hot and spicy. It's really hot and tasteless. Also you eat that hot and tasteless and everything else will taste(less) the same. (I am speaking from the point of a north malaysian who loves hot and spicy food)

Order plenty of vegetables, like greens, mushrooms and tofu. There are a lot of choices on the menu.

And don't forget the dips. It comes in 2 varieties. A hot and a herbal (with coriander). Again, I recommend the herbal one.

There are also cold appetisers, you can order some to go with the beer while waiting for the steamboat to be served.

Four of us went. Total cost: 160 RMB.

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