Duration: 3 Days
Place & Transport: Arrive in Kunming, Flight not included
Today's Activities: Airport to Hotel Transfer (Kunming)
Place & Transport: Kunming
Today's Activities: The Stone Forest, Green Lake Park
Meals: Breakfast, Chinese Lunch at Sunflower Gourmet Restaurant (Lunch)
- The Stone Forest: A fantastic natural phenomena located 90 km southeast of Kunming. The various shapes of karst landscape was formed due to the millions years movement of Earth. The Stone Forest area is the home of the Sani people, their folk customs has become one spectacular scene, the colorful embroidery and minority dances combine with the natural sceneries, which will surely leave you a deep impression.
- Green Lake Park: Located just opposite the Kunming University, it is one of the most picturesque parks in downtown Kunming. There are nine spring outlets at north of the lake, so it was also named "Nine Dragon Pond" in ancient tomes. Here you may take a leisure walk or enjoy the performance by local people. In November and December every winter, huge flock of red-beaked gulls migrate here from Siberia, constructing a nice scene.
- Sunflower Gourmet Restaurant : Sunflower Gourmet Restaurant situates at Green Lake Park, by well mixing Yunnan and Tailand cuisine, it provides a peaceful and leisurely environment for customers while dining.
Place & Transport: Depart Kunming, Flight not included
Today's Activities: Hotel to airport Transfer (Kunming), Yuantong Temple, Bamboo Temple, The Dragon Gate on Xishan/West Hill
Meals: Breakfast, Chinese Lunch
- Yuantong Temple: With a history of over 1,200 years, it is the largest temple in Kunming. In 1956, the grand ceremony of greeting and consecrating the Buddha's tooth was held in it. It was in the list among the key Buddhist temples in China issued by the State Council.
- Bamboo Temple: A Tang Dynasty temple known for its Arhat statues, is arguably the most famous of Kunming's temples.
- The Dragon Gate on Xishan/West Hill: Located 1.5km west of the Kunming, the Dragon Gate in Western Hill is close to the Dianchi Lake. This group of grottoes, sculptures, corridors and pavilions were hacked from the cliff between 1781 and 1835 by a Taoist monk and his co-workers.