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Kunming Private Day Tour to Dali City Highlights by Bullet Train
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Kunming Private Day Tour to Dali City Highlights by Bullet Train

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Experience Dali city highlights at your own pace on a private tour from Kunming by bullet train. Be greeted by a local private tour guide, travel by private air-conditioned vehicle, visit and explore the must-see attractions like Chongsheng Three Pagodas, Dali Ancient Town, Erhai Lake and Xizhou Ancient Town. Tour includes all entrance fees, lunch, transportation, train tickets and of course a private guide to provide information and take you through Dali. You can choose to end your tour in Dali or return Kunming.
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hweeying wrote a review Jan 2020
Johor Bahru, Malaysia4,444 contributions354 helpful votes
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I am a flower lover so I do like the flowers decorated everywhere. Although the weather maybe hot on November we still stayed 3 hours walking around as it is a big park. Visited on Nov 2019.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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dkinsman wrote a review Nov 2018
Kunming, China52 contributions13 helpful votes
You really cant visit Kunming without taking a trip to the Kunming World Expo. Its gardens are simply breath taking, another the walkways and picturesque stops throughout the Expo Gardens are really great. Its a very relaxing and peaceful day out. There are restaurants that serve everything from simple noodles right up to gourmet meals, and its an ideal day out fo the entire family. The admission charge is quite low and well worth it.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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WongYF wrote a review Sep 2017
44 contributions14 helpful votes
Used to be a venue world expo in 1999. However, after so many years, this park is a bit run down with lack of maintenance on the man-made lakes and landscapes. A bit disappointed when visited the park with family, especially the entrance ticket is not cheap (I.e. RMB150). We found found out many algae, leaves on the lakes, which shows that no maintenance or poor maintenance. In conclusion, the management of this park should do better job especially they have collected relatively high entrance fee.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Edmund E wrote a review Jun 2017
141 contributions19 helpful votes
As we were nearby. Had a briefed stop at the site of the Expo 1999. Beautifully touched up after so many years. The pavilions were interesting. And the flowers a sight to behold. Except for the hot weather. The trip was enjoyable.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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Alistair450 wrote a review Jun 2017
Auckland Central, New Zealand134 contributions32 helpful votes
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This attraction has a number of slightly different names. It is also known as the World Horticultural Expo Garden and this entry relates to one exhibition hall that has a floral display based around a huge commanding floral peacock. Patterns of colour are created by assorted flowers and they make up the display of the peacock which lies at the centre of the hall. The rest of the display space in the hall has a large number of scenes created by different plant types and by large, often dream-like, idyllic scenes around the walls. It is easy to spend an hour wandering around and admiring the displays. Prior to entry into the display hall, visitors are treated to a 4 D display on the ceiling of a nearby room. It portrays nature in an idealistic and natural world. Well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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