What to Visit
Zhenkang County 镇康县; pinyin: Zhènkāng Xiàn) is located in Lincang Prefecture, Yunnan, China. Zhenkang is located in the southwest border between Yunnan Province. It is in the middle of Nanting Nujiang River,neighboring Gengma County in the south, Yongde County in the east, bordered on Guogan County of Myanmar in the west and Longling County of Baoshan in the north..Zhengkang enjoys rich land resources, water resources, mineral resources and biological resources. Here also enjoy rich science attraction such as : Multinational cave（南伞跨国溶洞）Male and female falls（镇康雌雄瀑布）Nanpenghe Nature Reserve（南捧河自然保护区）Zhenkang Hot spring (镇康温泉) Zhenkang Cave(镇康县溶洞).
When to visit
The climate in Zhenkang is warm and temperate. In winter, there is much less rainfall in Zhenkang than in summer. The average annual temperature in Zhenkang is 19.9 °C. Precipitation here averages 1470 mm. The main climatic characteristics for large areas of climate is hot, ample sunshine, frost free period is short, four seasons is not obvious, abundant rainfall, wet season, vertical changes. But the temperature difference between day and night , especially in spring and winter. Therefore, if you go to Zhenkang during these two seasons, please take some warm clothes Zhenkang is a city for tour available all year around, however the best time to go there is from March to October. Because there are many festivals of ethnic minority group, and plenty of fruits and flowers during these month.
What to noice
In Chinese: ; 镇康县, pinyin: Zhènkāng Xiàn
Population: 17,636 persons (by the end of 2010);
Administrative Division Code : 530924
Post Code :677704
Phone Area Code :0883
The Prefix of Motor Vehicle License Plate : 云S
The Prefix of Citizen Identity Card Number: 530924
Area Coverage: 2642 square kilometers;
Seat of Government: Nansan Town(南伞)
Consumer Complaint: 12315
Tourist Complaint: 0883-6983169
Telephone Number Inquiry: 114
Weather Forecast: 121
Banks: You can use your credit card, traveler's check or cash to exchange for Chinese Yuan in some branches of Bank of China in this city.
Zhenkang Branch of Agricultural Bank of China
Address: Gongzhu Road in Nansan town of Zhenkang county.
Tel : 0883-6631227
Telephones: While public phones are easily found in small shops along streets in the city, we suggest visitors make low-cost IDD or DDD calls in post offices or telecom buildings.
Internet Bars: You can ask the native where to find an Internet bar, there are many Internet bars in Zhenkang center with good speed and environment charging 2 to 3 yuan per hour.
Tip: do take care of your personal articles when in an Internet bar.
Toilet Facilities: Most toilets in the city charge no more than 0.5 yuan. Visitors can find free sanitary toilets in some large department stores or fast food restaurants.
Post Office of Zhenkang
Address :No,105 on Gucha Rd in Shuangjiang County.
Tel : 0883-7621513
Xinhua Book Store
Address: Fengwei Town in Zhenkang County.
Tel : 0883-6624757
People's Hospital of Zhenkang County
Address:No,51 on Gongzhu Road in Zhenkang County.
Zhenkang First secondary school，
Address: Xuezi Road of new town of Zhenkang county.
Zhenkang Nansan High School High School
Address: No,28 on Nansan Street of Zhenkang County.
Zhenkang Nation Primary School：
Address: Nansan street of Zhenkang County.
There are mang Primary Schools in different town such as Nansan Primary Schoo(南伞小学), Zhenkang Primary School（镇康县小学） and so on.
Zhenkang County Kindergarten
Address: Fengwei Town of Zhenkang County.
Tel : 0883-6621621
There are mang Kindergarten in every villages and towns.
How to fit in
It’s easier to get around in Zhenkang if you know some basic Mandarin, especially when ordering food, but there are a number of important points of business etiquette to remember too. Confucianism, with its attention to demeanour , harmony, and preservation of “face,” plays a central role .Meetings always begin with a handshake. Give a slight nod and don’t be too vigorous when shaking hands, it could come across as being aggressive. Stay away from physical contact after this, including pats on the arm. If a host is guiding you they may tug your sleeve. Have business cards translated on one side. It is considered fortuitous if they are printed in gold ink. Be sure to place received cards in a case rather than your pocket. Avoid humour since jokes may not come across as you intend. Gift etiquette and negotiations can be complex, so it’s best to read more deeply about them.
How to pay
All transactions are made in Chinese Yuan Renminbi (CNY). The currency is used throughout the country and available at any ATM. C$1 is worth about ¥5.6 CNY. Frequently used bank notes are: ¥1, ¥5, ¥10, ¥20, ¥50, ¥100.
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