Turpan Oasis Hotel

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 …

Ruins, Irrigation, Mosque and Grapes

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Sep 08, 2014

26 photos

... little loss due to evaporation. Today there are 404 karezs left in the Turpan area with a yearly output of 231 million metres cubed of water. This remains the main source of water for drinking, irrigation and other ecological uses in some of these villages. We returned to the hotel after lunch and three of us rented bikes for the afternoon. In the area there is a large ethnic population with 70% of the people being Uighur. There is also a large Muslim ...

Another day in Xinjiang

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Aug 25, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... His screams would alert us in sufficient time to move the truck to a higher place!

*We both manage to fall asleep again and are woken by sunrise. We can see the insects wedged on the vent netting just waiting to get inside our tent. We decide to stay put until the sun increases the outdoor temperature enough to hopefully dissipate the problem. No such luck and we certainly cannot wait until late morning - we have a 400 km drive to Turpan today. All is quiet beside ...

Some Background on the Silk Road

A travel blog entry by olasalle on Aug 09, 2014

4 comments, 16 photos

... of the Hans (Chinese) empires, an area often historically referred to as Bactria from the times of Alexander. More on Bactrian Camels later on. Well early on, just before the beginning of the Common Era a people known as the Kushans began controlling that “wild west” portion and by the end of the first century CE, it was fully in their hands so that now, with these four empires in place, one could travel clear across from one end of the world ...

Closer to Baghdad than Beijing...

A travel blog entry by chloecd on Apr 30, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... annoyed the Japanese. The little we saw was interesting, but it was hard to see what any of it was. I'm not sure how long the city she been deserted, but in that time it has slowly disintegrated into worn rocks that almost look natural now. There was a huge Buddhist temple which was clearly a Buddhist temple, but the rest of it was fairly unrecognisable. Quite frankly, by this time the sun was high in the sky and it had become very hot, so the Chinese girl and I were quite glad ...