Qianhai Hotel

No.48 West Renmin West Rd., Kashi, Xinjiang Uygur, 844000, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kashi

Silk Road: Day Nine

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


August 25th (Sunday)

The music woke me up on the train. None of the Chinese songs I recognized. Generally, I knew Chinese music by random Youtube music videos, television, or films.

We got off at the train station in Kashgar. Following the bus ride, we checked into the Eden Hotel. Justin said we could eat at the hotel restaurant for fifty yuan. I was screw that and chose to eat street food with Cameron, Anthony, Adam, and John.

Walking in Kashgar ...

Frantic livestock market & amazing Turkish din

A travel blog entry by jarcher106


... to dismount - even using one good camel on the ground as an example. After around 3 hours of fun we went back to the road where we found a friendly Ulghur man with a motorbike and cart who after some hand signals agreed to take us into town for 15 Yen. Jen, Tom and then another old farmer got in the back of the cart (onto a carpeted seat) and off we trundled into town, with the wind in our hair and many looks from the locals! We went down ...

Chinese curiosity in mysterious Tibet!

A travel blog entry by pato_mahala


... MANY many Chinese check points throughout Tibet helping Sophie get us through as fast as possible.

Arriving into Tibet's capital city of Lhasa we were overwhelmed at the size and enormity of the city with shops and markets lining the streets in all directions. It was nothing like I expected. The city as seen in "7 years in Tibet" was all but gone. Brand new roads, sprawling industrial area's and many modern shops in the city gave the feeling that we ...

China.... here we come

A travel blog entry by 2legs2wheels


... because the 1000kms of empty landscape I had crossed from Bishkek to China, which resembled Switzerland but without the people or buildings, was about to change dramatically.

The second you pass the gates of Chinese customs it was like a totally new country! I joke, but not really. You don’t expect to cross a vast and empty wilderness and then be greeted by a never ending stream of humanity but that is what we discovered. The road all the ...


A travel blog entry by womensrights52


... of each for only 15 melons, a carved wooden table and a sheet of leather the size of a doorway. After a week of buying a selling it was time to move on to Yarkand. Kashagr was an interesting new city for me but the only things that were completely shocking to me were that women are giving the same education as men but when they are older men are treated better than women, the "porcelain" was unlike anything I had ever seen and the diversity of the city.



This hotel, located on No.48 West Renmin West Rd., Kashi, is near Karakuri Lake, Abakh Hoja Tomb, Tashkurgan Fort, and Kizil Thousand Buddha Caves (Kezi'er Qian Fo Dong).
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