Kashgar is an ancient city where generations of Uygur people reside, thus it has accumulated profound Uygurian features. Generally, it is a city influenced by both culture from west Asia and Central Asia. It is reputed as the 'Song and Dance Land' that nearly everyone here can sing and dance, no matter men or women, old or young. What is more, the local people are quite hospitable. Detailed information about Kashgar Travel Guide
Abakh Khoja Tomb (13)
The Abakh Khoja Tomb in Kashgar is better known as the Tomb of Xiang Fei, the Uygur concubine of Emperor Qianlong during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911).
Id Kah Mosque (10)
Located in the city center, the Id Kah Mosque is the biggest mosque in China. It was built in 1442.
Local Bazaar (27)
Bazaar means market or trading place in Uigur. It was originally held on Sundays and currently held on Sundays as well as ordinary days.
Karakuri Lake (13)
The Karakuri Lake lies at the foot of Mount Muztagata, about 191 kilometers (120 miles) from Kashgar. It is 30 meters (about 98 feet) deep and is 3,600 meters (about 11,811 feet) above sea level.
Built in 1533, the Yarkand Mausoleum buried kings and the nobility. During your travel, you will have a view of the Islamic style structures.
Local Features (12)
Kashgar is reputed as the 'Song and Dance Land' that nearly everyone here can sing and dance, no matter men or women, old or young. What is more, the local people are quite hospitable.