Kunming Waterfall Park

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Kunming Waterfall Park
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dtealcarlson
Rochester, MN45 kontribusi
Okt 2018 • Pasangan
Take a walk behind a waterfall. Walk along the lake. Enjoy the beauty of the park. Explore the area and enjoy the outdoors. BEAUTIFUL!
Ditulis pada 10 November 2018
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dkinsman
Kunming, Cina67 kontribusi
Sep 2018 • Keluarga
This attraction is one you can't miss if you're visiting Kunming. Its been brilliantly created and really is a great spectacle of waterfalls and flowing waterways, less than 10km from the heart of the city. You can walk through the waterfall area and they even supply umbrellas for you, but its very safe and you don't get wet, but you can actually stand inside the waterfall! Its a photographers paradise too with so many fabulous picture opportunities. Don't miss this!
Ditulis pada 30 September 2018
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Steve B
Queensland, Australia39 kontribusi
Feb 2018 • Keluarga
I was lucky enough to find this place by chance, the whole area and landscape is quite interesting, some nice bridges to walk across down stream.
Ditulis pada 4 Mei 2018
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Sherrie and Chris
Peterborough, Australia125 kontribusi
Mar 2018
An impressive man made park in the North of Kunming as part of the Dian Zhong Water Diversion Project. The water in question is funneled southeast from the upper reaches of the Yangtze through naturally occurring rivers and lakes, first passing near the cities of Dali and Chuxiong before reaching Kunming and into the Panlong river and Dianchi lake. It has produced what is supposedly the longest/tallest waterfall in Asia as well as several smaller falls between 2 large man made lakes. All are impressive, and you can walk behind the larger falls (could be a bit cold & wet on a cold/windy day), but great when we were there. Not marked on most maps & no signage in English, it is worth a few hours to look at. From the city you can take Metro Line 2 to the Longtou Street Station, turn right & walk up to Beijing Lu & catch the Z65 bus heading West, which terminates at the park. Or you can walk by turning right out of the station then walk up to Beijing Lu & turn right then a good kilometre walk to Nongke Bei Lu (Nongke North Road), turn left, and just before you get to the Panlong river it appears on your right. Entry is free.
Ditulis pada 15 April 2018
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yipjcs88
Hong Kong, Cina9.934 kontribusi
Mei 2017 • Sendiri
It is a waterfall park created by two large lakes on two levels. The main waterfall is 400 m wide with a drop difference of nearly 13 m. It is located in the city area and on the weekends there are many visitors. The waterfall is claimed to be the largest man-made one in Asia. Apart from the main waterfall there are also some small ones. The place is quite interesting. I visited the place on a Saturday and the atmosphere was great, with many children playing in the park. Worth a visit whilst in Kunming.
Ditulis pada 21 Mei 2017
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