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At the center of Guandu Old Town located the well-preserved Jingang Pagoda (金剛塔，Vajra Throne Style Pagoda). Dating back to 1458, It is the earliest diamond-throne pagoda in China.
The Vajra Pagoda is a stylized version of the Mahābodhi Temple constructed at the site of where...More
The ancient town offers a vintage style, traditional outlook of Kunming. Lots of shops and restaurants to get souvenirs and food. A lot of local activity going on, i.e. old folks card playing and singing gatherings. You can easily spend a couple of hours here...More
i love this area a lot! This area is under rebuild and you will see old n new in fusion yet still in beauty with unspeakable charm.
we visited this area about 0900 and almost all shops are closed so it was more im tranquility...More
It's very small, and it takes only one hour to see all parts of the town.
The front part of the town is a very touristic street, which is skippable. The back part of the town has a small garden, a few temples, and a...More
This is a nice place of interest where you get to see a fusion of old architecture occupied by new businesses - tattoo parlours, bubble teas and clothing stores.
Saw many people queueing to buy a baked/steamed flatbread type of snack, called "Yan Jing Ba...More
We took two local buses (I can't remember which number sorry!!) from Kunming university (we had visited there in the morning) to the old town. Total journey time was about an hour. We were a little worried at first as it was just off a...More
Guandu Ancient City is just across the street from Kunming Museum. The place is very big and basically very touristy and also full of locals.
You get to try a lot of their street eats - no idea what's what, but everywhere was basically packed....More
In south Kunming across from new Provincial Museum. Very touristy with lots of places to shop local souvenirs and sample local and other dishes. Try the Burmese restaurant in the back for authentic, tasty Burmese fare. Some local museums, but did not visit them.