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Silk Road Travel Blog

14
Oct

Dahaidao Route of Ancient Silk Road

In Xinjiang, there is a mysterious area where you will meet everything you can imagine about Gobi – The ghost city towering in Gobi in legend, the origin work of Nature the Yardang landform, the mirage, the herds of wild camels wandering relaxingly… All of these would be so dreamlike that you  may think it...
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06
Oct

Xinjiang’s Beauty in September

Each year when autumn is coming, Xinjiang will become a top travelling destination for photography lovers. They travel to Xinjiang with either friends or family, carrying various professional photo shooting equipments. They travel through cities, villages, mountain valleys, grasslands, and rivers… to catch the most beautiful sight they can find. Let’s see what they caught...
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28
Sep

City Along Ancient Silk Road – Turpan

Turpan is a magical place. It is the fusion of ancient and modern civilizations, the intersection of eastern and western cultures and religions, and the place that has the most abundant sites of the Silk Road in China. It was once one of the political, economic and cultural centers in the western regions. There are...
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21
Sep

City Along Ancient Silk Road – Yili

There’s always a saying goes as “You don’t know how big China is without stepping into Xinjiang, and not know how beautiful Xinjiang is without stepping into Yili”. Yili Kazakh autonomous prefecture is located in the northwest of Xinjiang, bordering with Kazakhstan. The border line is more than 2,000 kilometers long in total. Yili was...
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15
Sep

Cliff-living Caves in Xunyi County

In north part of Xunyi County, Shaanxi Province, there is a river called Sanshuihe River. And on the cliff standing on the river’s  bank, there are rows of caves. According to account, there are 3000+ caves, and thy have a history of 2000+ years. The caves were dig on the cliffs in neat rows. Looking...
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09
Sep

Urumqi – A City Full of Exotic Taste

Urumqi is the capital of the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, located at the northern foot of the Tianshan Mountains. It is the farthest city from the ocean on earth and the geographical center of Asia. Urumqi area is surrounded by mountains on three sides. In the north there is a flat open plain, the east,...
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31
Aug

Best Xinjiang Self-driving Routes in Autumn

Xinjiang has already became a popular tourist destination for Chinese and international travelers. Most people choose to cover the classic highlight sites with tourist companies. But there are still some travelers that are not satisfied with often visited and well developed tourist sites because they are less of excitement. So they prefer to drive a...
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25
Aug

Master Xuanzang and King of Gaochang Ancient City

In autumn of the year 629, Mastery Xuanzang started his pilgrimage journal to the West. After 4 months travel, he arrived in Yiwu (today’s Hami). In the lonely gobi desert, he met Qu Wentai, the King of Gaochang Kingdom.
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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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