【Dianchi Lake】 Dianchi Lake, also known as Kunming Lake, Kunming Lake, Diannanze, and Dianhai. In the southwest of Kunming City, there are rivers such as the Panlong River. The lake is 1886 meters above sea level and covers an area of 330 square kilometers. It is the sixth largest freshwater lake in China and is known as the Pearl of the Plateau. The average water depth is 5 meters and the deepest is 8 meters. The altitude of the lake is 1886 meters, 39 kilometers long from north to south, and 13 kilometers wide from east to west. The shoreline of the lake is 163.2 kilometers long, with an area of 306.3 square kilometers and a water capacity of 1.57 billion cubic meters. It is known as the "Five Hundred Li Dian Lake". traffic: Take buses 24, 44, 73 and get off at Haigeng Park. In addition, there is a cable car in Yunnan Nationalities Village between Haigeng Park and Xishan. Tickets are free
The battery is really big. It’s in the center of Kunming. It’s worth a visit. The scenery is beautiful. You can also take a sightseeing Xiaolan car. You can take a cable car to the opposite Xishan. The price is very cheap. The fare is only 30 yuan and you can do it for half an hour. Above, slowly enjoy the scenery in the cable car.
Once a year experience during late November, where you get to see and feed the seagulls that migrate here. Lots of people come here to take pictures of the beautiful scenery. Try to come early morning as there are more Seagulls. Do walk to the food stalls nearby as there is some nice food there too.
an amazing body of water. the water is green and yet so clear it is worth going to see
if anyone traveling to Kunming, dian chi lake is a must visit place. a great combination of hills And mountains. also the seagulls
good place to get fresh air at kunming with many bird surounding the lake,
Dian Lake, or Dian Chi as it's called locally, is a pleasure to visit on a sunny day, especially around sunset when the sun crashes across the cliff faces of the Western Hills. It is conveniently accessible by Kunming's Metro Line 3, and is surrounded by beautiful and well-maintained wetlands as well as a small theme park, a drive-in theater, hotels, and hot springs spas. The food street by the metro exit has lots of delicious Yunnan snacks, and there are many temples and other points of interest directly overlooking Dian Lake up the Western Hills from there as well. There are also smaller towns and villages surrounding the banks of Dian Lake where you can sample local fare in a rustic setting. Unfortunately, Dian Lake is highly polluted and overgrown with algae and is not suitable for swimming or water sports, though many locals still fish from the shores. This is really a pity because it would be a lovely recreational resource otherwise.