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Kashgar Travel Guide

Kashgar Overview

With a history of more than 2000 years, used to be a important hub on the Old Silk Road, Kashgar is the most westerly city in China. A visit to Kashgar is like going back in time, to the era of the Silk Road. The majority of the people in Kashgar are Uighurs who still wear their traditional costumes and lead a centuries old way of life. Every Sunday, thousands of people throng in from far and wide to buy and sell or simply for a day out at Kashgar´s famous Sunday Market. Its narrow maze of alleyways and open air markets display all the myriad faces of Central Asia with Uighur, Kirghiz, Tajik and Kazakh merchants and locals, all busy haggling over camels and sheep, brightly colored fabrics, fur hides and hats, handmade carpets and knives. Other sights in Kashgar include the 15th century Id Kakh Mosque, the largest in China which sometime attracts up to 10,000 worshipers and the Abakh Hoja Mausoleum, also known as the Mausoleum of the Fragrant Concubine.

Kashgar Tour Packages

Kashgar Tour Guide

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