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Silk Road Travel Blog

23
Jan

Welcome to Xinjiang in Winter

Are you planning to visit Xinjiang? Do you know what to see in Xinjiang? For most people, autumn is the most beautiful season of Xinjiang, because they never see the winter scenery there. In winter days, Xinjiang becomes a world of black and white – a pure and noble land in silver and white clothing....
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14
Jan

What to Drink in Xinjiang

You may have flipped through all kinds of Xinjiang travel guide and know something about Xinjiang. For most travelers, sightseeing and trying authentic local food are the most important during one’s Xinjiang Tour. Besides that, taking in some fluids is also of importance because Xinjiang is drier than other areas in China. Then what special...
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05
Dec

Eight Special Things in Xinjiang

Each area has its own unique regional natural condition, folk culture and some traditional habits. Knowing them would make your stay there more impressive. If you travel to Xinjiang, the following special things will be worthy of your attention. They would help you either plan a more ideal Xinjiang tour or understand local area better....
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05
Dec

Nang- The Representative of Xinjiang Food

In Xinjiang, no matter where you go, you could find Nang, a kind of crusty pancake. It is also the main food of Xinjiang people. “Nang” is the pronunciation in Uyghur Language, and if translated into English it is toasted crusty pancake. If you ever visit Xinjiang, you can give it a try and you...
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05
Dec

Sayram Lake – The Atlantic’s Last Drop of Tear

Sayram Lake is the largest and highest Alpine lake in Xinjiang. It is also the last place that warm ocean current moisture of Atlantic reaches. Hence the lake is honored as the Atlantic’s last drop of tear. Sayram Lake is a well known Xinjiang attraction. It is located in the Tianshan Mountain Ranges. The average...
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04
Dec

Autumn Scenery of Tibetan Areas in Southern Gansu

Zhagana Mountain in Southern Gansu was selected as top tourist destination in Asia in 2017. Zhagana means “stone casket” in Tibetan language. Its unique natural scenery attracts countless visitors to explore. You don’t even have to go far away to have a China Tibet tour. This Tibetan area will present you a paradise on earth...
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04
Dec

Grand Beauty of Xinjiang in Autumn

Traveling in Xinjiang independently is hard to both domestic and international travelers. While as long you have a partner, trying to be a backpacker to explore some less bothered places in Xinjiang you will find some really special and authentic thing of the minor ethnic peoples there. Autumn is coming. So we’d like to share some...
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04
Dec

Driving on Xinjiang – Tibet Highway

Xinjiang and Tibet are two of the rising stars among Chinese tourist destinations. Lots of the 2nd-time or 3rd-time visitors to China choose to do Silk Road tour or Tibet tour. Traveling with travel company is the most common and the most safe way to explore these destinations. However, if you are an experienced traveler, renting a...
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04
Dec

5 Recommended Xinjiang Tour Routes

Xinjiang is endowed with a vast territory on which you will come across mountains, lakes, grasslands, Gobi, desert, rivers, etc. Xinjiang travel is the dream of lots of people. Then how to see more beauty of Xinjiang in the limited time? ChinaSilkroadTours highly recommend the following China Xinjiang itinerary. 1. Eastern Switzerland, Paradise of photographer...
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04
Dec

Amazing Dushanzi-kuche Highway

Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Administrative Region, locates at frontier of northwestern China, with Urumqi as its capital city, is one of the five minor ethnic administrative regions. It is also the largest provincial-level district regarding land area in China. Xinjiang covers an area of 1.66 million km2, which accounts to 1/6 of territory of China. Xinjiang...
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