King World Hotel Kunming

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

98 Beijing Road South, Kunming, Yunnan, 650011, China
Kunming Jinjiang Hotel
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  • Couples77
  • Solo89
  • Business50

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How long does it take to travel to Jing Kai Road, Kunming?

by Chyan

Hi Kunming VT,

i am planning to stay in Kunming for two nights, first time visiting Kunming. I have chosen Camilia Hotel. May i know how long it takes to travel to Jing Kai Road in Kunming from Camilia Hotel?

I heard that Jing Kai Road in Jing Kai District is new and far from the city centre but the Headquarters of Kunming Airlines is situated there. I would like to visit the Headquarters to collect Inflight Magazine and Timetable of Kunming Airlines. Does anyone have any idea the likely cost of travel to the Headquarters in Jing Kai Road from Camilia Hotel?


Re: How long does it take to travel to Jing Kai Road, Kunming?

by ellyse

I think Kunming Airlines has been bought over by China Eastern? I have not seen any airline operating under that name in the last few years.
In any case, it seems to be about 12 km by taxi between the hotel and Jingkai Lu in Guandu district (not Jingkai district).

Re: How long does it take to travel to Jing Kai Road, Kunming?

by Chyan

Kunming Airlines is a subsidiary of Shenzhen Airlines. It has its own B737 aircraft. Sure not many Kunminese know how to go to Jing Kai District. I can't find it on Kunming tourism map but Kunming Airlines Headquarters is there.

Re: How long does it take to travel to Jing Kai Road, Kunming?

by ellyse

Checked it out for you, Jingkai Lu in Jingkai district (SE of downtown Kunming) does exist. About 9.5 km from Camellia Hotel.

Travel Tips for Kunming

Springtime All Year Round


Ever think of going on a holiday in China where the climate is always spring? Then, Kunming should be the answer. It’s a place where spring is all year round thus popularly dubbed as The City of Eternal Spring. It’s the pleasant climate and the colorful blooms that are in abundance in all parks and corners of the city that makes Kunming a lovely place to spend a holiday. But if you are still persistent about the details of the local weather, I would say January is relatively colder and July is a little hot. But the foliage is said to remain green all year round.

The areas in and around Kunming are rich with natural beauty spots - dotted with lakes, forest, hills and caves. An attraction within the city limit is the picturesque Cuihu Lake Park. One can sit for hours at end by the beautiful lake garden enjoying the sights of lake gulls flying free, graceful and busy soaring high and diving low targeting fish and fry in the water and tidbits from the your hands.
Then just walk around the shady lakeside where willows weep in the breeze. It’s simply fascinating – and this is Kunming. Kunming is a city to relax and enjoy your holiday. If you stay at any of the hotels in the city center, try to be up early, have a good breakfast and take a walk to one of the major parks in the locality. I’m sure it’s a good place to start up the day – mass dancing (or mass drill if I should say) in the bright morning sun. It’s here where you can see a few hundred couples – mostly elderly folks doing the cha-chas and the rhumbas. Simply mingle in with the `troupe’. No problem as everyone is welcomed. If you don’t have a partner, try an `excuse me dance’. You may have a chance.

For those who are not easily attracted by the latino foot tapping cha chas but still want to give their leg muscles a stretch, move on to the other corner of the park and join the Taichi group. You don’t need a sword to do the Taichi in the park..

Friday Night Fever

by vigi

After dinner, we went to the biggest night market of Kunming, called "Kun To Night Market". About 20Yuan by taxi from out hostel (Camillia Hotel). 4 of us were staying in the same dorm: Malaysian, German, Japanese, and me Chinese.

Stone Forest

by pratimadivgi

Yes, it is incredibly touristy. But walk away from the tourists, don't take a guide and find your own path. You would be surprised how big the forest is and a mere 500 metres from the tourist spots, there is nobody. No noise, no tourists, just you and the forest. Meander away but remember your tracks!
Even within the the main tourist spots just go deeper into the stones, the tracks get really rough at some points and you need to be careful but its where the crowds don't go

Donkey Taxi

by honurox

I guess this is poor, poor mans mode of trasportation. Horses are band from the city center, but you can find these horse taxis at just about any bus station on the city limets.
I have no idea how much the cost....But it looks fun! I dd see these same carts on the trail going up west mountain, if you wimped out you could ride one of these up the trail.

Savour some Cantonese soup

by hooiluangoh about Lao Dong Chou Huang (Old East Porridge King)

This is a chain restaurant, but heard the standards vary from shop to shop.

The roasts are hanging in the kitchen, separated by a glass window from outsiders on the street. Reminds one of Hong Kong cantonese cuisine.

Typical chinese eatery. Tables for 4 are most common. Clean.

Serves dim dum, daily soup, rice with various roasts, and noodles.

The menu is in chinese. The specials are on the wall. The rest lies underneath the glass tabletop. The daily soup (RMB6 per bowl) calms those who missed home-cooked soup. I had "pa wang hua" which happened to be soup of the day.

The roast (I had char siew rice RMB 10) was so-so. The gravy is lacking something. I had expected it to be thick and savoury, but it was not.

The yam roll (RMB 10 for 3 pieces) is a must-try. This is similar to "Woo Kok", senze meat.
The roll is just fluffy and crunchy outside, the yam paste inside is just soft but not sticky.


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