Aipai Huangguan Hotel

Address: No.38 Hetan North Road, Urumqi, Xinjiang Uygur, 830063, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Saybagh District area of Urumqi, is near Heavenly Lake (Tianchi Lake), Xinjiang Regional Museum (Qu Bowuguan), Tianshan Mountains, and Red Hill.
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    Travel Blogs from Urumqi

    Into the Wild West Wonderland

    A travel blog entry by jamjamdave on Jun 04, 2015

    4 comments, 76 photos

    ... the annual Kangding festival and then we headed off again to Seda, to see the largest religious institution in the world.

    26 May: "First-hand experience of the Chinese infrastructure boom in a 6 hour stop-go roadbuilding wait on the way to Seda"
    The bus ride was tough, on bad roads and with a six hour stop-go road-building wait after which we wondered whether the monastery we were going to see would be worth it... (we have already seen ...

    U like Urumqi?

    A travel blog entry by moisesortiz on May 04, 2015

    1 photo

    May 1275: I hate the desert. Central Asia has not proven to be too kind to simple folk like me. I thought the Mongols were gonna be the big blowhard of this journey but looks like that title has been taken by mother nature. Enough venting, the city we’ve stopped at is Urumqi. It’s nowhere near as large as Turpan and also nowhere near as hot. The temperatures here are semi ...

    So cold it Yurt!

    A travel blog entry by 2013 on Sep 23, 2014

    22 photos

    ... closer to town where they can find food. From each yurt, protruded a slim chimney from a pot belly stove required for warmth and some cooking. Material is drawn back from the top of the yurt during the day to allow the sun to shine in. Once again we were warmly welcomed inside one of the yurts, and settled cross-legged around a long table, as do the owners, while we enjoyed warm tea and ...

    Inlandest and Footpath-Drivingest

    A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 22, 2014

    22 photos

    ... E: At morning we took our leave of Sam and Marie, which was a welcome distraction from a jarring introduction to Chinese breakfast. This symphony of salt and spice, to the untrained tongue, can be a baptism of fire (pun intended); it took me a few days to accustom my palate, and I don't think I'll be shedding many tears when this meal is off the menu (definitely not when the occasion is spice-free). That said, the quality has varied widely since, ...

    Heavenly lakes and bustling markets.

    A travel blog entry by 2013 on Sep 22, 2014

    32 photos

    ... The calls to pray at the mosque still ring out through the market during the afternoons, leaving periods of silence in between the busy hum of the bustling market bazaars. Wandering through the bazaar, all the glories of the Silk Road can be bought such as rugs, carpets, Uygur-style hats, knitted sweaters, ethnic costumes, hand-made embroideries and jade carvings. Interested in a few items, ...