Kunming Railway Station is an important one in the Yunnan Province traffic network. Kunming Railway Station provides passenger transportation to China's major cities, such as Beijing, Guilin, Shanghai, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Chongqing, Xiamen and Zhengzhou. Trains from Kunming Railway Station depart for cities within the province like Shilin, Yuxi and Dali every day.
Public buses No. 2, 3, 23, 47, 68 and K1 can take passengers between the city center and the railway station. It is about 15 minutes to go by taxi from city center to railway station, and the cost is about 10 yuan (1.5 USD).
By taking public bus No 2, you can take off at Zhengyi Road Station to visit and do some shopping at the flower market and the nearby pedestrian street. If you get off at Xiaoximen Station, the Green Lake is very close for you to take a walk.
There are six K-trains running daily from Kunming Station to the beautiful ancient city of Lijiang. The train journey lasts between 7 and 11 hours. The ticket price is 89 RMB for a hard seat, 152 RMB for a hard sleeper, and 226 RMB for a soft sleeper.
Seven K-trains run daily to Dali which will enable you to experience the minority folk customs there. The journey takes between 5 and 8 hours at a ticket fare of 64 RMB for a hard seat, 105 RMB for a hard sleeper, and 155 RMB for a soft sleeper.
Kunming Railway Station offers a non-stop tour bus service to the Stone Forest Scenic Area. There are 12 buses in total which run daily from 10:10 to 19:10. A ticket costs 25 RMB and the journey will last for 1½ hours.
The Yunnan Nationalities Village scenic area can be reached by taking bus 44 heading towards Haigeng Park for 17 stops. This direct route will take approximately 50 minutes. The ticket price is 1 RMB.
You can take bus 2 towards Huangtupo for nine stops, ending at Wuyi Road. Green Lake Park is about 400 meters to the north.
Location：19, Kunshi Road. (昆石路19号)
Kunming Railway Station, also called Kunming South Railway Station, was finished and put to use in 1958. It is more than 2700 km (1677 miles) from Beijing, 1,100 km (683 miles) from Chengdu, and 811 km (504 miles) from Nanning, the capital city of Guangxi Province.
Because of the complex terrain of Yunnan, it takes a comparatively longer time to travel by train. If you would like to take the opportunity to enjoy the scenery along the way, traveling by train will be an interesting experience.
|T240||Beijing West||11:05||22:30||35h 25min|
|T382||Shanghai South||18:49||12:09||41h 20min|
|K1206||Shenzhen East||08:49||13:55||29h 6min|
|K232||Xiamen Gaoqi||16:37||09:22||40h 45min|
|K1502||Urumqi South||19:10||11:22||64h 12min|
|Other trains||6162||Panzhihua||07:20||14:19||6h 59min|