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Kunmíng City Museum

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Kunmíng City Museum

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1 Day Stone Forest & Jiuxiang Cave Tour
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1 Day Stone Forest & Jiuxiang Cave Tour

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Discover two of the Yunnan Province’s most spectacular natural attractions on this full-day, private tour. Meet your guide directly at your centrally located Kunming hotel, and set off in a private vehicle. Your first destination is the UNESCO-listed Stone Forest: a striking landmark that features unique limestone rock formations. After a traditional, local lunch, continue to the Jiuxiang Scenic Region: home to one of China’s most extensive cake systems. Explore the caverns by boat before returning to Kunming.
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Cher-xue wrote a review Oct 2019
Kunming, China8 contributions
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As you see, there are two museums in the Kunming. One is the Kunming city museum, the other is the Yunnan province museum. Compare the Yunnan museum, the city museum is small and poor. Today I visit the city museum, it exhibits the contemporary calligraphy and paints and the fans. It seems like exhibit the bronze ware and the Flying tigers. But the interesting thing is in JingZhuang( building with Buddhism lection and joss). It was build in the Song dynasty. It was the Dali Nation culture. If you look careful about it, you can see a lot of things,such as the joss and buildings, and so on. Near the museum, there is a flower marketing about 5 minutes walks. You can buy some fresh or dry flowers.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Moodaeng T wrote a review Oct 2018
Phetchabun, Thailand12 contributions
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I had planned to take only an hour here but ended up three hours. I did enjoy temporal art exhibitions which included more than a hundred of beautiful paintings by Chinese artists. Wasn’t much interested in Flying Tigers Museum which was about wwII things. Fan paintings and porcelain halls were splendid. Dinosaur fossil exhibition would be kids’ favorite. Unfortunately, the exhibition of antique bronze ware closed today. Three hours well spent. Make a visit if you have nothing to do. Free entry.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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MWG12 wrote a review Jun 2018
Leonia, New Jersey147 contributions84 helpful votes
Interesting exhibit on the Flying Tigers and the Dali Stele. But not that much to see. Disappointing.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Sherrie and Chris wrote a review Apr 2018
Peterborough, Australia125 contributions43 helpful votes
Free to enter this is a good museum, albeit not a lot in it. Main displays are the WWII Flying Tigers exhibit, which is excellent, a beautiful ceramics display, painted fans display and a good dinosaur exhibit. Many signs etc in English. Very quiet and gift shop was closed when we went.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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hweeying wrote a review Mar 2018
Johor Bahru, Malaysia4,444 contributions373 helpful votes
Near to our hotel. We came on Saturday and there was a opening ceremony for art paints exhibition. We spent 1 hour there.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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