by susan on May 22, 2017
In some Silk Road tour packages you may see Hexi Corridor. For a Silk Road tourist making it clear will help you plan your tour better. Hexi Corridor (the name means Corridor lies to west of Yellow River) was named so because it lies to west of Yellow River and between two mountain ranges. Most ...
by susan on May 03, 2017
As the frontier city of China, Kashgar leaves each traveler with life-long memory. In thistory, kashgar used to be the capital city of Shule Kingdom in the Han (202BC-220) and the Tang (618-907) Dynasties.
by susan on April 26, 2017
Dunhuang is an important stop along the ancient Silk Road. The unique Turkestan civilization raised diversified colorful culture in history in DUnhuang. Though the ancient city suffered a lot in thousands years of history, it still has many cultural relics, classical documents, exquisite grottoes...
by susan on April 20, 2017
Xinjiang is the place where icebergs coexists with Gobi, desert neighbors with oasis, lakes back at snowy mountains. This blog introduces ten more best known lakes in Xinjiang.
by susan on April 15, 2017
Xinjiang, an amazing land, could satisfy your all imagination about the beautiful scenery. It’s a place where icebergs coexists with Gobi, desert neighbors with oasis, lakes back at snowy mountains.
by susan on April 04, 2017
When mentioned the Silk Road, most people would think of an ancient people named Zhang Qian. Who is Zhang Qian? And what is the relationship between Silk Road and Zhang Qian? There are some stories to help you better understand Silk Road and the man.
by susan on March 20, 2017
The Crescent Lake is a noble attraction worldwide on the Silk Road, attracting tens of thousands of travelers each year. In early Spring when snow and ice melts, the lake in desert shows elegant beauty to people.