The Kunming City Museum is a history museum in Kunming City, Yunnan, China. Smaller than the Yunnan Provincial Museum, its most notable exhibit is about the history of the city. Other features include a dinosaur exhibit and a rotating exhibition space that holds anything from history to art exhibitions.
Lake Napa Wetlands, or Lake Napa Nature Reserve (aka Lake Napa) is located about 400 km northwest, as the crow flies, of the capital, Kunming, and about 100 km northwest – also as the crow flies – of the city of Lijiang, near the village of Zhongdian (aka Shangri La), in Yunnan Province's northwestern corner.
Many tourists might have been to Lijiang. But how many of them travelled to Liming? This is a largely undiscovered land of natural beauty and geographical magnificence just 110 km north of Lijiang. It is a place of mysterious mountains and streams and is in habited by people that stayed very close and honest to their traditional ethic cultures.
Mi’le is located in Honghe Hani and Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Yunnan Province. The town's name is originating from the future Buddha Maitreya, which gives this small county a special touch. Mi'le is famous for its hot springs and is a popular destiantions for golf and wellness guests from Kunming, the capital city of Yunnan Province.
Pu'er City is a prefecture-level city in Yunnan Province, China. In 2007, the city of Simao changed its name to Puer city. By doing so, it has had an effect the size of the official Puer tea production area. The urban administrative center of Pu'er is Simao District, which is also the former name of the city itself. Pu-erh tea is a major product from this region. A major downturn in the price of tea in 2007 caused severe economic distress in the area.
Pudacuo National Park is a 1,295 km2 large national park located in Shangri-La County in the north of Yunnan Province. The park was announced on 25.June 2007 and is notable as the first national park in China to meet International Union for Conservation of Nature standards. It incorporates the Bita Lake Nature Reserve and the Duhu Scenic Area in the Hongshan region. As such they are part of the Three Parallel Rivers of Yunnan Protected Areas World Heritage Site.