Yunnan, China – South of the Clouds


Yunnan province is located in the southwest of China, being the most diversified province of the PRC. It’s rich in cultures, natural beauties and historical sites, which makes it the most visited region in China.

1. Kunming – the Spring City

Welcome to the Spring City

Kunming is known as the modern capital city and transportation hub of China’s southern Yunnan province. It has a large student population and a temperate year-round climate. Because of its year-round temperate climate, it is called spring city.

2. Daguan Park, Kunming

Ancient Chinese Architecture
Blossoms in the park

Daguan Park is situated at the south of Kunming, with a huge lake, many shady walks  and several ancient-style Chinese architectures inside. Locals come to the park for going boating, flying kites, sniffing the blossoms or even having a tea in the gentle and lovely breeze.

3. Memorial Arch in the Shopping Centre, Kunming

Memorial arches are very common to see in many Chinese cities. Nowadays, they are not just a memory from the past but also a unique of Chinese culture.

4. Dali Ancient City, Yunnan

This ancient city used to be the gateway to the Silk Road in Southwest China and was also the capital of an ancient empire – Dali centuries ago. When time has brought great changes to the world, the layout of this city stays the same. Tourists can now experience the glorious past of Dali empire.

5. Potatso National Park, Shangri-La

Potatso National Park

Potatso National Park has notable for being the first national park in China that meets the International Union for Conservation of Nature standards. The average altitude is approximately 3500km above the sea giving its extraordinarily fresh air and beautiful lakes.



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