Ramada Tunhe Hotel Urumqi

No.265 Changjiang Road, Shayibake District, Urumqi, Xinjiang Uygur, 830000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Saybagh District area of Urumqi, is near Heavenly Lake (Tianchi Lake), Xinjiang Regional Museum (Qu Bowuguan), Tianshan Mountains, and Sayram Lake.
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Travel Blogs from Urumqi

Heavenly Lake and Urumqi

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Sep 10, 2014

11 photos

... four of us chose to take this rock path. Well it was definitely an adventure! We ended up crawling across some very rock bits and edges with the freezing lake right below it. We did make it back to the path safely but then decided it was best to stay with the path the rest of the way around. Thus it took us about five hours to complete the walk instead of the approximate four it could of taken us. That's okay though as there wasn't much else to do there unless ...

The Road to Heavenly Lake

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Sep 09, 2014

24 photos

After a lovely thin chocolate pancake for breakfast we were on our way for a 6 hour drive. I know that I'm trying to eat healthy but I couldn't resist a bit more western food items as I know that over the next few months my food choices may be more limited. The landscape was very interesting again today as we drove. We still appeared to be in a flat area of the Turpan basin for the first few ...

Farewell to China

A travel blog entry by olasalle on Aug 15, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... I saw a brand new Lexus 300h. There are freeways all over and all the main streets are wide and spacious. Anyone from any large city back home would feel comfortable and the taxi drives aren’t trying to rip you off.

The train to Almaty: I had agreed to meet with Diaz & Ken at a pre-determined spot within the train station to avoid any confusion. And they were there promptly and walked me to my train car. I had a soft ...

A changing human landscape

A travel blog entry by linda.g on Aug 03, 2014

3 comments, 8 photos

... from one of the desert areas, the oldest dating back 1,800 BC. These mummies were Europoid, so the area has had a varied history to say the least. Next day, Sunday, we visited the International Grand Bazaar - not so grand, but interesting because it was not just Chinese souvenir stuff. Later, we walked to Hongshan Park and took a ride on a large Ferris wheel to give us a good view of the city. The nearby People's Park (surrounded by 3m high steel ...

Into the desert

A travel blog entry by glassmerchant on Jun 13, 2014

9 photos

... do anything but to go for supper..our guide chooses a great meal all washed down with cold beer. Back to the room for a shower and the up at 5.15.. A 12 hour drive takes us through the Turpan Depression, the lowest hottest place in China, besides the road and power stations there is nothing here but sand...and a huge wind farm. Breakfast and lunch are unusual today. Breakfast was supplied by the hotel and consisted of ...