Kunming is one of the cheapest big cities in China. Food, rent and entertainment costs are usually one-half to one-third of China’s coastal regions. If you want to study Mandarin in Kunming, Keats School offers you great Chinese Language program in China and Group Mandarin Class in China.
Known as China’s’Spring City" Kunming is home to some of the mildest and most pleasant weather of any city in China. A mountain city just north of the tropics, high temperatures average around 21C (69F) and lows are typically around 10C (50F). Kunming also has some of the cleanest air and bluest skies of any Chinese city. Not surprisingly, it is one of China’s most laid-back cities.
Kunming is the capital of Yunnan province. Yunnan is one of China’s southernmost provinces, bordering Vietnam and Laos to the south, Myanmar to the West, and mountainous Tibet to the northwest. Thismakes Kunming, near the center of Yunnan, a perfect springboard for further travel in Asia.
Many exciting destinations await your discovery right here in Yunnan Province, just a short bus or train ride from Kunming. These include the mysterious Xishuangbanna, a wonder of the world---Lunan Stone Forest, the ancient kingdom capital---Dali, and the beautiful Lijiang under the snow-capped Jade Dragon Mountain, and the famous Shangri-La.
One of the biggest draws for tourists coming to Kunming (other than the great weather and clean air) is the city’s ethnic diversity. Tibetans, Hui, Bai, Dai, Yi, Naxi and other groups contribute to a cultural melting pot that differentiates Kunming from the majority of other major Chinese cities.
Kunming is rapidly becoming one of China’s more internationalized cities. It has sister city relationships with Denver, Colorado in the United States and Wagga , New South Wales in Australia, etc.If you choose to come to Kunming, you might look for more business opportunities. There are lots of interesting products such as tea and flower, which need an international market.