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You can take No. 3 metro in Kunming and get off at last station here is where western hill located, then buy a group ticket to Dragon gate where is my favorite.
If you want to hike, climbing the mountain and enjoy fresh air.
If you stay in Kunming, Xishan mountain is one of the place that I suggest you to come. Cable car is good because you can see the topview between the way that is very beautiful. Dragon gate also beautiful of nature. But I came here...More
Our second trip to Xi Shan was just as good as the first with better weather but more people, so I recommend avoiding sunny weekends! There is now a subway, line 3 terminus, from the city centre. Recommend take the bus - buy RMB 88...More
We traveled to the top sites by chair lift and walked down using the many hundreds of steps carved out of the rock by hand over generations. At every cave a small shrine had been built. Thanks to our private guide Vivian of China Odyssey...More
Visited April 1. I visited Xishan by Subway Line 3 which was very convenient. Ride it to the very last stop. As you disembark, just follow the local Chinese, there's no chance to get lost! Just 200m from the subway station there is an eating...More
Easily reach by subway. Came in the morning on a weekday and there are already lots of locals doing their morning exercises and hikes. There are many temples along the way and eateries at the start of the way up. Bus services were quite regularly...More
We went there on the 3rd week of January . Weather is nice temperature between 7-19 degree calcius. Kunming Yunnan province is known as spring whole year. However the temperature will drop to the lowest at night. Glad on winter still can see the sun....More
Accessible from subway line 3, last stop. I was with friends and we hired a car to the top from here. There is also a bus, which is more economical. Then walk down towards Dragon Gate.
It was a cloudy day, which affected the view....More