Getting There in Kunming

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Kunming is the transportation hub of the Yunnan Province, with links to all parts of the province via road, rail and air. Kunming has become an important gateway, linking China to Southeast Asia, South Asia, as well as the pacific region. The province also has 10 national ports, 8 provincial ports and 20 highways linking neighboring countries.

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By air

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Kunming is one of the five major international airports in China. It operates 7 provincial routes and more than 40 domestic and international routes. Passengers can fly from Kunming to many major cities in China, including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Chengdu. They can also fly to Hong Kong, Rangoon, Bangkok, ChiangMai, Vientiane, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.

Kunming airport is 3.9 kilometers from the city center.

Ticket office telephones: (0871) 3138562 / 3164270

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By bus

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The Kunming Central Bus Station, located on Beijing Road, southwest of Kunming Railway Station, is the largest bus depot in Yunnan. Over 500 buses leave this depot daily. There are various kinds of buses, including sleepers and luxury buses. Ticketing is computerized and tickets may be purchased up to one week ahead.

Telephones: (0871) 3514602 / 3510630

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By train

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The railways linking Kunming constitute the southwest part of the nation's network. With Kunming at the center, there are five major lines:

Guiyang-Kunming railway: an electrified railway linking Guiyang, capital of Guizhou province to Kunming

Chengdu-Kunming railway: linking Chengdu, capital of Sichan to Kunming

Nanning-Kunming railway: an electrified rail line linking Nanning, capital of Guangxi Province, to Kunming; also the nearest line to the seaport

Guangtong-Dali railway: linking Guangtong, on the Chengdu-Kunming line, with Dali

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