Home Inn (Kunming Qingnian Road)

No.151 Qingnian Road, Wuhua District, Kunming, Yunnan, 650021, China
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VINEYARDS IN KUNMING

by RAZMAN58


Ni Hau Ma!

Hi there members in Kunming.
I shall be holidaying in Kunming end of September. Being an amature grape grower I would like to know if there are any grape growing areas near Kunming. Besides what are the major fruits grown here. a friend in need is a friend indeed.
Xie Xie

VINEYARDS IN YUNNAN PROVINCE

by Confucius

There are two places you can go in Yunnan province to see vineyards. One is 200 kilometers southeast of Kunming in Mi Le County (Hong He Prefecture) and the other is about a 2 hour drive northwest of Lijiang near the village of Cizhong in scenic northwest Yunnan. The latter vineyard was initially planted by the French and still produces wine today.

RE: VINEYARDS IN KUNMING

by lvhongxia

i have ever been to grape garden in Mi le county, the grape there is cheap and sweet;-)

RE: RE: VINEYARDS IN KUNMING

by RAZMAN58

VT member tongzhi. Thanks for your reply. I'm no wine drinker nor wine lover but I plant grapes at home. It's just to take a walk among the vineyards, admire the landscape and `steal' a few snaps.

XIE.XIE.

RE: RE: VINEYARDS IN KUNMING

by RAZMAN58



Whatever the answers are, I still owe you a thousand thanks

Travel Tips for Kunming

My Travel Mates

by vigi

Meet my travel mates in Kunming. We stayed in the same dorm. Left: Jonas, German, travelling around Asia after his internship in Tokyo. Right: Siva, Malaysian, staying in China for months, carrying his 15Lbs camera bag trekking, trying to work on his travel book and National Geography style photography portfolio, genuis! This photo taken besides DianChi after, we were playing around with the boat-ride sales woman, much fun!

Old lost Kunming,

by kinaly

There is no place called “old Kunming”, only scattered small streets to discover by yourself. If you walk around, East and South of Green Lake Park, try the narrow paths bordered by small houses used as workshops for craftsmen.
I do not know how long these houses will survive, it does not look like there is any will of preserving this memory of the past history of the city.

Muslim streets:
It has been destroyed but if there are still a few restaurants opened, taste the nice meals there. Maybe it will be too late, this old street is diing. Take the last chance to feel is atmosphere.

Visit the chinese herbal medicine shop

by hooiluangoh about Fu lin tang (one of the most popular)

This is a shop invested by some businessmen from hong kong. Anyway that aside, there are also some others like "yi xing tang", which is the oldest herbal medicine shop in Kunming. There are two herbal medicine that is local to Kunming:

1) san(1) qi(1) or tian(2) qi(1). This is good for those with high blood pressure.

2) tian(1) ma(2). This is good for those with migraines.

You double-boil chicken/meat with them in it. Depends on the grade. San qi starts from RMB 60 per 100g, whereas tian ma starts from RMB 200 per 100g (the wild ones)

As the stuff are dry, they are quite light, so even 50g is plenty.

KFC

by honurox about Doing Chicken WRONG in China

This should be more in the warning page than the restaurants. But being year of the Rooster I went to KFC to eat my new years day lunch (along with a few thousand other chicken eaters)
The wait was long, and the food was bad. 21 RMB #5 combo got me a chicken sandwich, soggy fries, 2 dried out wings and a flat Pepsi., plus there was no extra charge for being pushed and shoved while waiting in line.
If you cam to China, eat Chinese food! Nothing
Eating here is like Peeing in you pants, feels good at first, the you realize you made a mistake and are a fool

Yuantong Temple (Yuantong Si)

by Audrey118

This temple is rather unique for its landscaping, besides its old history.

Located at north Kunming, we seemed to pass by this very popular temple on route to the centre of the city.

The temple was built more than 1,000 years back when Yunnan was part of the Nanzhao kingdom and independent from next door Tang dynasty China.

Buddhism flourished under the Tang Dynasty as many Chinese pilgrims made their way to India, Buddha's birthplace.

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