The Post Hotel

Address: No.162 Jiefang Road, Yining, Xinjiang Uygur, 835000, China | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on No.162 Jiefang Road, Yining, is near Heavenly Lake (Tianchi Lake), Xinjiang Regional Museum (Qu Bowuguan), Tianshan Mountains, and Sayram Lake.
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Travel Blogs from Yining

Into the Wild West Wonderland

A travel blog entry by jamjamdave on Jun 04, 2015

4 comments, 76 photos

... ground literally at every second step they take over the 150km hike (really, we're not kidding). Yuling was only remarkable in that our hotel had satellite TV but no toilet - one had to walk 5 min down the road to use the disgusting public toilets...

10 May: "First day of Kawa Karpo hike"
The walks we'd done in the past few days, while spectacular, were not normally considered part of the Kawa Karpo pilgrimage and so this was to be ...

U like Urumqi?

A travel blog entry by moisesortiz on May 04, 2015

1 photo

... pretty nice, and clean too. Another prospect of the Silk Road that was neat to see were traders from the Eastern Mediterranean who were delivering goods to Beijing, our starting point. It was interesting to see how varied their commodities were to ours. Song silver, animals such as horses, camels and sheeps, Indian and Persian cotton cloth, precious gems, incense and perfumes ...

So cold it Yurt!

A travel blog entry by 2013 on Sep 23, 2014

22 photos

... we were to visit a museum, a lot thought not AFM, but this one turned out to be very good, revealing a lot to me about the minority groups who used to live in the region. Noor walked us through the exhibit of the past inhabitants of the area, including groups emanating from Mongolia, Russia and of Arabic descent, all in their beautiful traditional regalia, as well as a fantastic life size ...

Inlandest and Footpath-Drivingest

A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 22, 2014

22 photos

... the most remote from any sea in the world. The biggest problem negotiating the busy streets wasn't the crowds of people, but the use of footpaths as roads and carparks?! (E: Honestly, the level of footpath-driving cannot be exaggerated; one needed one's wits about one at all times. In general, the pedestrian thoroughfare is treated throughout China as the People's Highway by all cyclists, motor and pedal, but nowhere matched Urumqi for cars.) ...

Heavenly lakes and bustling markets.

A travel blog entry by 2013 on Sep 22, 2014

32 photos

... minority goods in Xinjiang. We were surprised to find that instead of an open air collection of rickety stalls with no organisation, a huge indoor market, thanks to the Chinese government who constructed the new complex, with towering buildings in a faux-Islamic style. However, though new, the Mosque still stands authentically with its dome topped roof and towering minarets embedded with ...