Turpan Oasis Hotel

Address: No.41 Qinnian Road, Turpan, Xinjiang Uygur, 838000, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on No.41 Qinnian Road, Turpan, is near Kashgar Bazaar.
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Travel Blogs from Turpan

Turpan

A travel blog entry by dieter44 on May 29, 2006

66 photos

May 29 - Turfan or Turpan

Turfan is located in the Xinjiang province, which is located in the northwest of China. Qinhai and Tibet in the sourtheast and on Mongolia, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgystan etc. from its northeast to southwest. Xinjiang is the largest administrative division, with a total area of 1.66 million square kilometers. We …

Ancient city ruins and irrigation system

A travel blog entry by 2013 on Sep 21, 2014

42 photos

... I guess the museum was a good segway to our exploration of the Jiaohe Ruins an ancient town within the city. The name aptly describes the town, as it means "the confluence of rivers." The town being built on an island where two rivers meet seen as a perfect site for a Chinese garrison town, during the period of the Han Dynasty. It certainly was amazing to walk along a path which would have been ...

The Long and Sandy Track

A travel blog entry by 2013 on Sep 20, 2014

1 comment, 32 photos

... with Europeans genetically, originally having their own language as well as using the Arabic script. Apparently Buddhism also came to this area much earlier than the rest of China. To get a further insight into the culture of the region, we headed to look around a minaret and mosque. Rather an understated, yet attractive building sat on slightly raised land from the road. Respecting the Muslim religion and rules, the ...

.....and more desert

A travel blog entry by carlosherbane on Sep 06, 2014

108 photos

... it is a welcome one nonetheless.

Early afternoon, we stopped at Korlar to get some propane and do some shopping.

Again, I took the opportunity to greet people and speak the little Mandarin I know. It took a while to finally get a bush camp (as we failed to camp at the entrance of the Jiahoe City Ruins). We went down the road 600 metres and camped next to the tourist service centre ...

Closer to Baghdad than Beijing...

A travel blog entry by chloecd on Apr 30, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... don't have time!" To which he replied that I had plenty of time and he would personally guarantee that I made my train that evening. I was slightly concerned that this may curtail the trip for the other people on the tour, but he was adamant that there was no problem! After having read online the previous night that Turpan is a bit of a nightmare for tourists, that there are no direct buses to any of the tourist locations, and then having had that confirmed by the hostel, I decided ...