Jinri Building in Kunming

Jinri Building (昆明近日楼) was originally named Xiangminglou. It was built in the 19th year (1386) of the Hongwu period of the Ming Dynasty. It is located at the intersection of the southern end of Zhengyi Road and the northern end of Jinri Park in Kunming. In the 1950s, Jinri Building was demolished because of the extension of Dongfeng Road in the east and west through Kunming city center. In order to promote tourism, the Kunming Municipal Government decided in 2002 to rebuild Jinri Building at the new location between East and West Temple Towers and restore pedestrian street to its “old Kunming” appearance. It has since been the look of Kunming.

Kunming Jinri Building travel guide introduces the main attractions, entrance tickets booking, The best time to visit, How to Get there, the highlights, facts, history, photos, weather, accommodation, visiting routes, travel tips, tour maps of Jinri Building in Kunming. (昆明近日楼)