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One Day Turpan Tour

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8 Hours
Availability : Departure Every Day
Min Age : 0+
Tour Highlights

Turpan is a must-pass city for tourists who travel to Urumqi by train. The rich cultural relics and grape make this small city well known. You will have chance to try grapes of different colors and tastes in summer and autumn, and the precious cultural relics will wait for your exploration throughout the year. This private one day tour will lead you to explore the past of Turpan.

  • Appreciate exquisite murals at Bizaklik Thousand Buddha Cave
  • Explore the capital of Cheshi Kingdom in ancient times -- Jiaohe Ruins
  • Visit a unique ancient Islamic building -- Sugong Pagoda
  • Hassle-free Turpan day tour with private transfers
  • Knowledgeable English speaking tour guide

Departure & Return Location

Your hotel in Turpan downtown area

Departure Time

Around 09:00 (Also flexible if you advise)

Price Includes

  • Lunch
  • Entrance fees and lunch as mentioned
  • Private car or van with English speaking guide

Price Excludes

  • Personal expense
  • Tips to drivers and guides
    Tour Abstract

    Pickup/ drop off from hotel.

    You will visit: Bizaklik Thousand Buddha Cave, Astana Tombs, Jiaohe Ruins, Sugong Pagoda

    Itinerary Details

    In the morning pick up from hotel lobby in Urumqi and drive to visit Bizaklik Thousand Buddha Cave, a series of caves with thousands of Buddhism murals. The vivid murals show many Buddhism figures, stories, and the social life about 1,000 years ago. The next stop will be Astana Tombs to appreciate the Buddhist relics in Xinjiang and next move to Astana Tombs which is called “Underground Museum of Turpan Area”. Then pay a visit to Jiaohe Ruins which was once the biggest and oldest city built of rammed earth, dating back to 2nd century BC. Concludes today’s tour with Sugong Pagoda, the largest existed ancient Islamic pagoda in Xinjiang which is also known as the Turpan Pagoda among local residents. Transfer to hotel in Turpan.