Yuntel Inn (Kunming Chuanjin Road)

No.1 Chuanjin Road, Kunming, Yunnan, 650051, China
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Traditional hotels?

by chriscv

I am looking for a traditional type hotel or smaller boutique place for a trip to Kunming in October. The only types of places I've been able to find online and in books are large, western style, 4 star hotels. I've been able to get what I'm looking for, although also difficult to find, in Shanghai and Lijiang but the other cities I'm visiting, including Kunming have only the same types of places I could find here in the U.S. (Holiday Inn, etc.) which I'm not interested in at all. I'm really not too concerned with cost, I'm just looking for something small, nice and Chinese. If anyone has any suggestions I would really appreciate it. Thanks in advance.

RE: Traditional hotels?

by lvhongxia

in lijiang, traditional hotels are everywhere, no need to book on internet, just go there and see and choose, they are at very low price(if not in golden week). in kunming, maybe no "traditional " hotels,or i never notice its existent?:-(
good luck
Lanny

RE: Traditional hotels?

by raoul71

Kunming and Shanghai are the worst places to find traditional hotels (and the "real" China in general). In Lijiang you'll find plenty of great places by Naxi families. Just go at one of the entrances of the old town and wait for some kind women to offer you a room, or ask around, or get into the old town and look for a guesthouse. You'll find friendly people, clean accommodations and very good food. I've a tip for you, if you like, it is where I stayed for a few nights. Let me know and I'll check it out for you (I can't recall the name now).
Cheers!

RE: RE: Traditional hotels?

by jamw198

How about in Dali? Any traditional hotel there? If not then any suggestion on where to stay in Dali? I don't need a luxury hotel but just something reasonably priced & clean. Thanks!

Travel Tips for Kunming

Fruit seasons in Kunming

by hooiluangoh

As a malaysian, I have always thought fruit season means Durian / Mangoesteen / Rambutan season.

In Kunming, you find
Winter (Oct to Jan) : strawberries, navel oranges, grapefruit.

Spring (March, April) : cherries, mulberries, chinese cherries.

Spring - summer (May onwards) : pipa, chinese peaches (yum yum), mangoes, yangmei (this is another yum yum found only in China), li (go for the green ones they are very sweet, absolutely fabulous). Try the yangmei (about RMB 1.50 per 100g). I have only eaten the preserved ones at home, but over here, the fresh ones are quite something to eat.

Note: you can't eat too much because it contains an acid that will make your teeth feel soft, and yangmei does not keep well even in the fridge.

The big mushroom rock!

by Limclarence

If you intend to spend a long day in the Stone Forest, you can slowly make your way to the 10,000 yr old lingzhi rock. Along the way, you will come across farms and old tracks. It's definitely worth it!

Hungry - grab a corn

by hooiluangoh about Roadside stalls

A cart.

A steaming pot.

fuel - coal bricks.

Yellow stuff inside.

That's corn. This is a health snack to fill you up when you walk and walk and walk in Kunming. RMB 1.50 each approximately.

Yunnan Must - Hui2 Guo1 Rou4 (back to pot meat)

by hooiluangoh about Any Kunming local "dian" cuisine eatery

Walk into any local restaurant, and try to order this.

This is pork sliced very thinly, then cooked with preserved Chillies. It's salty spicy. Goes very well with rice.

It's not expensive, about RMB 8 per plate.

Dianchi Lake

by xiquinho

Just south of the city, with Daguan Park on its northern shore, the sixth largest lake in China covers some 340 square kilometers. Surrounded by parkland and overlooked by the picturesque Western Hills, it is one of the most beautiful settings in Yunnan.

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