Cuihu is still the lake four years ago. There are still a few lotuses and countless lotus leaves in the lake. The masters holding telephoto lenses are looking for various angles and trying to make their most beautiful look. We shuttled aimlessly in the lake, and accidentally encountered the "gull old man." I remembered that I had just given the children a text entitled "The Old Man and the Seagull". The image of the old man was still deeply in his mind, so he felt that the lake in winter should be warm, and the picture of feeding the seagulls came to the fore.
ps: No tickets for Emerald Lake.
Cuihu, located in the urban area of Kunming, close to Yunnan University, is a famous tourist attraction and a leisure win that Kunming citizens love. In the northeastern part of the lake, there is Jiuquans exit, sinking into a pool and another one is called Kowloon Pool. During the reign of Emperor Kangxi of the Qing Dynasty, Fan Guixun, Governor of Yunnan and Guizhou, and Wang Jiwen, the governor of the governor, built the Bixi Pavilion in the lake. When Tang Jiyu built the East and North Dikes in the lake, the lake was divided into four, and there was a sea heart pavilion in the lake. There is Guanyutang on the side and Shuiyuexuan in the southeast. On the bank of the Cuihu embankment, there are weeping willows, willow branches and noodles, a variety of lotus flowers in the lake, and fragrant flowers. The old "10 acres of lotus fish world, half city Yangliu Fulou" is known as "the city jasper."
Winter, Siberian seagulls came to the winter in droves. The seagulls flying on the lake in Green Lake or stopping at the lakeside fence every day become a unique scenery!
Traveling to Kunming, the most important thing to miss is the Green Lake Park in downtown Kunming, especially in winter.
Every winter, thousands of red-billed gulls flying in the north winter in Cuihu, playful water, compete for food, and add an infinite taste to Cuihu. This is because the four seasons in Kunming are warm and springy, suitable for seagulls to spend the winter. In addition, the Kunming people regard the gull as a friend and protect the seagulls. The Kunming municipal government also stipulates that it is not allowed to catch seagulls, and that the firecrackers are not allowed to scare the seagulls. In this way, the red-billed gull and the Kunming people have formed a "friend" feeling. Every year in November, they fly to Kunming for winter. In the second year of March-April, they left Kunming to fly to Northeast China and Siberia.
Cuihu Park Two long willows are in the heart of the garden, and the whole lake is divided into four. The north-south dyke is called , and it was built by the Governor of Yunnan Province in the Daoguang Period, the imitation of the West Lake Su Di, and the east-west levee called Tangdi, which was built during the Republic of China. At the junction of the two embankments, it is the small island of the lake, with the heart of the lake as the main axis, forming a central tourist area. The lake heart pavilion is also called Bixi Pavilion. The pavilion has a beautiful appearance, flying yellow tiles and embellished with the spring colors of Green Lake.
Traffic: To visit Cuihu, take the No. 1 bus and get off at Yunnan University Station, or take bus 101 to get off at Cuihu. You can also take bus No.5, No.23 and No.4 at Xiaoximen. Get off at the station and walk.
Since 2002, Cuihu Park has been opened to the public free of charge. From the early morning to the sun, the park is bustling with people and visitors. Of course, there are also guests in the distant Siberia - red-billed seagulls. Perhaps they are divided into groups, each chooses their favorite places, some seagulls choose to stay in Green Lake. Here is a completely different picture from the Haitang Dam.
Located in the northern part of Kunming city and opposite to Yunnan University, Green Lake Park is a beautiful city park in Kunming and is also the first choice for many tourists to visit in Kunming. With Cuihu as the center, Cuihu Park divides Chui Lake into five scenic spots. Among them, Huxin Island scenic spot is dominated by Qing Dynasty buildings, such as Mid-lake Pavilion and Fish Viewing Pavilion.