Jingxing Bird and Flower Market
Jingxing Bird and Flower Market is the place where is full of distinctive and rich tastes of Kunming. Shops are crowded and busy. There are mouthwatering floras and ethnical jewelry stores, which earns the market meaning and culture.
Address: Middle Part of Jingxing Rd.
To take the No. 2 Bus to the stop of the Confucius Temple; or to take the No. 239 Bus to the stop of Art Theater; or to take the No. 68 Bus to the stop of East Entrance to Nanping St.
Dongsi Temple and Xisi Temple Pedestrian Street
Dongsi Temple and Xisi Temple lie on the east and west side of the pedestrian street respectively and the street was built by the stone pavements. There stand 26 stone street lamps imitating the style in 1847. Jinri Building is in the middle part of the street. On the street are some bronze sculptures including Horse Caravan, Dageng (ancient way of night watch patrol), Repairing Bowls, Eggs Sold by Stringing on Rice Straw, and Playing Chess.
Address: Dongsi Temple and Xisi Temple Pedestrian Street
To take the No. 107, K12 and 148 to the stop of Dongsi St; or to take the No. 98, 62 and A1 to the stop of Jinma Archway.
Yongdao St. is as long as 100 meters starting from Guanghua St. in the north and ending at Jingxing St. It is named Yongdao because Yunnan-Guizhou Governor-general Office used it as the corridor, Yongdao in Chinese. On the street, there are historical places such as the old house of Nie’er and Yunnan-Guizhou Governor-general Office.
Address: Yongdao St., Wuhua District
To take the No. 68 Bus to the stop of East Entrance of Nanping St.
Wenming St. is one of the remaining old neighborhoods, which is also one of the most important signs of the historical and cultural city – Kunming. Wenming St. derives from Dali Kingdom period. It is almost 900 year old after the construction of Yuan Dynasty, Ming Dynasty, Qing Dynasty, the Republic of China and New China.
Add: Wenming Street, Wuhua District, Kunming
To take the No. 2 Bus to the stop of Confucius Temple.
The current existing Confucius Temple was established in 1690 and is more than 300 years old. It was bombed during the Sino-Japanese War so that the inscription, couplets and plaques had been destroyed. However the left buildings are still attractive.
Address: No. 96 Mid Renmin Rd.
To take the No. 2, 54 and 61 Bus to the stop of Confucius Temple
Tongren Street is the best carrier of traditional Kunming history, culture and business. Based on the traditional elements and Kunming characteristics, brand new architectural elements and commercial elements are injected into the street by grasping the features of the times.
Address: Tongren Street in Downtown
Take the No. 3, 4, 62, 90 and 98 Bus to the stop of Jinma Archway