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Baizikeli Thousand Buddha Caves
“Bezkilik”in Uygur means “beautifully decorated house”. It is believed that the caves were first built during the 6th century’s Gaochang Kingdom. It reached its golden era in the aochang Huihe period and had served as the royal temple of the Huhe king. >> more
Tianchi Natural Scenic Area
The well-known natural landscape here is located half way up Bogda Peak in Fukang City. Tourists will definitely have a good view of the alpine lake, fir forest as well as snow-capped mountains The Centre of the landscape is Tianchi, meaning Heavenly Lake, also called Immortal Lake, which is in the Shape of a crescent and at an elevation of 1,928 meters. >> more
Sugong Minaret
The full name is “Eminhoja Gratitude Minaret”, and it is aslo called the “Emin Temple”. It was built in 1778 by Suleyman, the second T >> more
International Grand Bazaar
The Grand International Bazaar is the biggest and thus the most famous in Urumqi. Every night, there are over 10,000 people going the market. It offers locals >> more
Karez Wells
Karez is an unusual underground irrigation system, which nourishes the Turpan oasis and brings life to the region. Built 2,000 years ago, Karez is mainly spread among Hami, Mori and Turpan. >> more
Ruins of Gaochang City
It is called “Duhu City” in Uygur, which is “King City”, and it ranks number three in the West Region, after the Guici King City and the Yilu City. >> more
Mogao Grottoes
Colloquially called "Cave of Thousand Buddha Statues", Mogao Grottoes are on the cliffs of Mingsha Hill 25 km to the southeast of Dunhuang. As the existing grottoes of the largest scale and richest content in China they are incorporated into the World Cultural Heritage List in 1987. >> more
Mingsha Hill & Crescent Moon Spring
Located .5 km to the south of city proper of Dunhuang, it is famous for the wonder of coexistence between hill and spring as well as sand and water. With unique views of northern-frontier scenery, it was listed state-level major scenic areas in 1994. >> more
Jiayuguan Pass
Located 6 km to the southwest of the city proper of Jiayuguan, it was first built in 1372 in the Ming Dynasty.The pass is famous for its strategically important terrain that is almost inaccessible and lofty and magnificent architecture. >> more
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