Kashgar Hotel

Address: No.7 Tawuguzi Road, Kashi, Xinjiang Uygur, 844000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.7 Tawuguzi Road, Kashi, is near Karakuri Lake, Abakh Hoja Tomb, Tashkurgan Fort, and Kizil Thousand Buddha Caves (Kezi'er Qian Fo Dong).
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Travel Blogs from Kashi

The big border crossing into China

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Aug 20, 2014

... you measure landmass. With 1.4 billion inhabitants it is the world's most populated country. 19% of the world are Chinese, whether they like it or not. This premier ranking is despite the controversial one child policy. SG is actually grateful that China has tried to control its population growth over recent decades - imagine the world today if China had not enforced a birth control policy. Yes, there have been very distressing repercussions, about which the ...

Kashgar: The land of fantacies

A travel blog entry by olasalle on Aug 14, 2014

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... caveat that it also as the fairgrounds for a family outing. Traffic, like in most of China may at first appear to be chaotic, but a bit more so in Kashgar because you have automobile traffic as well as animal drawn traffic. But after some careful observations, one realizes that the apparent chaos is not chaotic at all, but instead as one begins to peel the skin from the traffic onion one realizes that each step is being carefully choreographed and there is ...

Kashgar - the biggest market on the Silk Road

A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on May 25, 2014

14 photos

... s condition by galloping through the crowd apparently oblivious to the danger of mowing someone down or to the clouds of dust they whip up. Food stalls line the edges and we can observe the full production line from live animal through butchering to sheep's head soup and mutton filled naan bread rolls. Bits of sheep are left strewn around - whether they are delicacies to be savoured later or whether they are to be discarded we cannot tell. ...

At the Cross-Roads of the Silk Route

A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Sep 08, 2013

1 comment, 32 photos

... Silk Route (and written a novel based on the Silk Route) has not previously travelled the Silk Route!

Ancient caravans carrying goods to trade in western Asia and Europe had three different routes to choose to cross the vast expanse of very hostile desert after heading west from China’s ancient capital of Xi’an. These three routes merged at Kashgar, making it one of the most important trading centres of the world during the heyday of the Silk Route between the ...

Frantic livestock market & amazing Turkish din

A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Sep 01, 2013

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... each filled with livestock along with men galloping in on horses, carts laden with animal feed and the whole dusty road lined with melons piled high on the ground. Back inside the market grounds things had really packed out with the empty spaces we'd walked through earlier now full of cattle, goats and sheep. To add to the buzz everywhere we looked groups of old men in caps, most with amazing long beards, were huddled in circles ...