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Silk Road Travel Blog

18
Aug

Amazing City Ruins – Jiaohe Ancient City

Jiaohe City has no city wall or tree, and it was one of the most bustling cities along ancient Silk Road. It used to enjoy the same fame as Loulan Ancicent Kingdom. Jiaohe City is the largest, most ancient, and best preserved raw soil city ruins in the world. It is also the only best...
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13
Aug

Hemu Village

In Aletai District of Xinjiang, there is a place called Hemu which features at wooden cottage, forest, river, and grassland. The village is regarded as the most beautiful villages in China. It also enjoy the name God’s Garden. The village still remains the virgin pasture scenery, the old style wooden cottages and natural pastureland make...
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03
Aug

Beijing – Urumqi Highway

If time permits, if you are eager to meet something really special, you can try driving on China G7 Highway which stretches from Beijing to Urumqi. The highway finished construction in July 2017. Some people think the scenery along China G7 highway are as amazing as it along the US 66 highway. Driving along the...
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28
Jul

Kashgar – A Mysterious City In Southern Xinjiang

Southern Xinjiang is a place to many people which is both familiar and strange. They often hear about it but may never go to see it. It locates at the 5th East Time District. But Since China’s standard time is Beijing time, which is the East 8th District Time, people shoulder never arrange their activities...
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21
Jul

Xian – Yinchuan Bullet Train will Open in 2020

Xian and Yinchuan are both well known Silk Road cities along ancient Silk Road. Xian is the starting point of Silk Road in East. And Yinchuan, as capital city of Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, is a famous Muslim city in China. Take a traveling to Yinchuan you will get a better understand of China’s multi-culture....
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14
Jul

Best Time to Visit Xinjiang is Coming

Xinjiang is an important part along Silk Road, the rich cultural relics and heart-touching natural scenery is great attraction to all travelers. But due to its geological location and climate features, Xinjiang is not suitable for tourists in winter days Nov – March. Usually the best time to visit Xinjiang is July to Oct when...
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30
Jun

Silk Road Photography Exhibition Held

In 138BC, the great diplomat Mr Zhangqian of the West Han Dynasty departed from Chang’an and explored the famous Silk Road. Till the 16th Century, the Silk Road functioned the important channel that contributes to business, culture, religious, technique communicate between The West and The East. In 2014, ancient Silk Route was listed in World...
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23
Jun

Self Drive Travel to Southern Gansu

In the recent years, self-drive travel becomes increasingly popular among Chinese people. Compare with normal travel package to developed tourist cities, self-drive travel can lead one to see and experience something really off-the-path. Among Chinese domestic tourists, Gan Nan (Southern Gansu) is now definitely a very attractive destination for self driving. In each summer, when...
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26
May

Xinjiang Snowed in Mid May

In most areas of China, may is starting month of summer. But in Xinjiang, it unexpectedly snowed and the accumulated snow reached 20cm. To local people, it was the 18th time in 2019 that Xinjiang felt to enter summer. Return to winter from summer in only one night! But that is true in Xinjiang! But...
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07
May

Kuala Lumpur – Lanzhou Flight Opens

On April 30th, AirAsia gave a press conference at Gansu Grand Theater in Lanzhou, in which the air company announced direct flight between Lanzhou and Kuala Lumpur would launch it’s first flight on May 1st. The scheduled flight between the two cities will in operation till Oct 27th, 2019 when the Silk Road Tour’s low...
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