Though times have changed and China has developed over the years, much of the Silk Road in Xinjiang remains the same.  Come experience the real life of Xinjiang together with us!

Kashgar Area
"If you've not been to Kashgar, you've not been to Xinjiang!"
Turpan Area
There are many historical sites to enjoy in the Turpan Basin. Don't miss out on the Grape Festival!
As the capital of Xinjiang, Urumqi is a diverse city with a great cultural richness.
Tashkurgan was a major stop for caravans from India to China and is home to the Tajik people.
Hotan (Hetian)
On the edge of the Taklimakan, Hotan is famous for its quality Jade. This ancient city has a culture and history all its own.
Ghulja (Yining/Ili)
Ghulja is located in the NW part of Xinjiang near the Kazakhstan border and is famous for its delicious ice-cream!
Yarkant (ShaChe)
Yarkant was the capital of an ancient Uyghur kingdom and was an important oasis along the Silk Road.
Yengisar is famous for its handmade knives, produced as they have been for thousands of years.
Kuqa (Kuche)
Another stop along the Silk Road, Kuche/Kuqa is home to the famous Buddha caves and many other sites.
One of the more modern cities of Xinjiang, Korla is known for its cleanliness and for the Peacock River running through the middle of the city.
Located near the Urhu Ghost City, Karamay is a petroleum rich city.
Altay (Altai)
Located in the Northern part of Xinjiang, you won't want to miss visiting Kanas Lake in all its beauty!
Kumul (Hami)
The farthest Eastern city of Xinjiang, there is much history to be learned here and a huge sand dune surrounded by beautiful mountains to see too.
Taklamakan Desert
"He who enters, does not come out!" Enjoy a camel trek in the desert to experience the real life of a trade caravan.
CherChen (QieMo)
A smaller city located east of Hotan, it is off the beaten path and yet still well-known for the mummies found there.
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