Upon your arrival,
our guide will pick you up at the airport
and transfer to your hotel.
- Stone Forest - Kunming (Breakfast
After breakfast, drive 90 KM to
Lunan county to visit the Stone Forest. Back to Kunming
in the afternoon.
Forest: A typical case of Karst landform which was formed around 270 million years ago when the area was underwater. The movements of the earth's plates caused the limestone formations to rise then rain gradually wore down the limestone to make the peaks. This bizarre natural wonder creates countless labyrinthine vistas. Stone Forest has been listed as a World Natural Heritage status by UNESCO.
- Tengchong (Breakfast
+ Lunch + Dinner)
Take morning flight to Baoshan
city. Drive to Tengchong
city. Visit the "Hot Sea" geothermal area.
+ Lunch + Dinner)
Visit the cluster of sleeping volcanos.
After lunch, visit Heshun
Village, a nice small township built by overseas Chinese
for their retired life, and then visit the border market.
- Mangshi- Ruili (Breakfast
+ Lunch + Dinner)
Drive from Tengchong to Mangshi.
Visit Dai-Style Buddhist architecture, the Tree-Wrapped-Pagoda,
Wuyun Temple. Head for Ruili,
visit Mono-Tree-Forest. Explore the night market in Ruili.
Mangshi - Kunming (Breakfast
Ruili Economic Development Zone
including Jiegao, the China's border gate to Burma, the
street between China and Burma. Visit Wangding
city with a strong feel of the merging of burmese and
Chinese life styles. Drive to Mangshi city, take evening
flight back to Kunming.
- Departure (Breakfast
We offer 5 options
for today's tour:
1. Tour to the Dragon Gate in Western Hills.
2. Tour to Haigeng Park by the Dianchi Lake,
where you will enjoy the nice view of the
lake and see many seagulls.
3. Tour to Golden Temple.
4. Tour to Bamboo Monastery.
5. Explore the Bird-Flower Market and Jinma
A transfer to the airport for flight departing
Kunming. Bon Voyage!
Hills: The mountains are located 15 kilometers
west of Kunming; they stretch along the west
bank of Dianchi Lake, creating a lovely view
of water, mountain, and sky. Cut out of the
side of a precipitous cliff, the Dragon Gate
is made up of a group of pavilions, grottoes
and sculptures that were hacked from the cliff
between 1781 and 1835.
Temple: As one of the largest bronze works
in China (at 250 tons), the Golden Temple
was first built in 1602 and recast 69 years
later. It is located 7 miles to the northeast
of Kunming. The Golden Temple Park takes up
over 133 hectares on the Mingfeng Mountains
which is commonly known as Parrot Hill, and
it is lofty and sheer, with tree-sheltered
ridges and peaks.
Monastery: The temple is located on Mt.
Yu'an which is located to the northwest of
Kunming. It was first built in the Tang Dynasty
(618-907) as the first temple dedicated to
Zen Buddhism in Yunnan. The present structure
mostly dates from the late Qing Dynasty (1644-1912).
The highlight of the temple is the 500 of
colored clay sculptures of Arhats.
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3. Tour Price
4. Quotation Inclusions:
Please send us an email and provide
the information below so that we can quote precisely for
the above tour.
1. The number of adults and the number of children in your
party. If there are children under 12 years, they can enjoy
the preferential price.
2. Your approximate travel date.
3. The code of the tour that you are interested in. Each
tour has a code, you can find it above - at the top of the
page where the tour is.
4. Hotel choice for your tour (luxury or standard or comfortable
5. If you would like us to tailor make a new tour for you
that is different from the above tour, please let us know
5. Quotation Exclusions:
1. Hotel Accommodation
The hotel is based on two adults
sharing one twin or double standard room with private facilities.
Solo travelers or those who want to occupy one twin-bed
room of their own are required to pay additional charge
of single supplement rate. A single room is subject to availability
based on prior request at an additional cost; if the above
recommended hotel is not available, it will be substituted
by a similar one.
Daily American or Chinese breakfast
at the hotel, Chinese lunch or dinner in local Chinese restaurant
as specified in the itinerary.
3. Private Transport
Private transport between airport
/ railway station and hotel and all the sightseeing spots
by air-conditioned vehicle. Separate arrivals and departures
will incur extra charges.
4. Transportation Between Cities
The economic class air tickets of
the domestic flight or soft berth/seat train tickets between
cities as specified in the above itinerary. Airport construction
fee and fuel surcharge are included.
5. Entrance Tickets
The main entrance tickets for the
sightseeing spots mentioned.
6. Driver And Guiding Service
Driver and English-speaking guide
service on normal sightseeing activities noted in the itinerary.
Our guide will not fly with you from one city to another.
Upon your arrival at each city, a new local guide and driver
will pick you up, be with you for local tour and see you
off after you finish the itinerary of each city.
China Life Tourist Accident / Casualty
Insurance. We highly recommend that you purchase full coverage
travel insurance from you country of origin.
1. Visa Fees
Charge of obtaining your visa to
2. Charge Of Arrival And Departure
The international or domestic air
/ train charge of arrival and departure.
3. Single Room Supplement
Should a twin room is needed by a
single guest, supplement of the twin room will be charged.
What is single supplement?-
The hotel is based on double occupancy. If the visitor travels
alone or the number of the travelers is odd (such as 3,
5, 7...), who stays in one single room has to pay the single
room supplement. As the hotel is on double occupancy.
4. Personal Expenses
Expenses of a personal nature such
as laundry, drinks, fax, telephone call, optional activities
or sightseeing, overweight baggage charges or any meals
not specified in the itinerary, ect.
5. Optional Programs
Optional programs which are not specified
in the above itinerary.
Tips depending on the service of
your guide and driver, entirely voluntary.
7. Extra Cost
Any extra cost caused by changes of natural disasters, fires,
weather, governmental and local authority orders, political
change, strikes, war, riots, quarantine, custom regulations,
damages or injury caused by accident beyond the control
of us and that has incurred due to the tourist action violating