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  • Mor Buddhist Pagoda
    Mor Buddhist Pagoda

    Located about 40kms northeast of Kashgar city, Mor Buddhist Pagoda was built in 7th century during the Tang dynasty and destroyed around the 12th ce ...

  • Stone City
    Stone City

    Located in the north of Tashkurgan County, Kashgar City, Xinjiang Province, Stone City is ruins of an ancient significant castle at the junction of ...

  • Kashgar Old Town
    Kashgar Old Town

    Kashgar is famous for the winding narrow streets of its historic old town, which used to be at the crossroads of the northern and southern branches ...

  • Karakul Lake
    Karakul Lake

    At local language, Karakuri means 'Black Sea'. With a depth of 30 meters, the water in the lake is dark blue, hence the name. 191 km west of Kashgar ...

  • Id Kah Mosque
    Id Kah Mosque

    Id Kah Mosque is Kashgar's biggest mosque and one of the most holy places in the Muslim world. It is said that the mosque was first built in 1442, a ...

  • Abakh Khoja Tomb
    Abakh Khoja Tomb

    Visitors are not only impressed by the artistic shape and beautiful decoration of the structure, but also keenly interested in the stories behind th ...

  • Kashgar Bazaar
    Kashgar Bazaar

    Old saying has it "the tour to Xinjiang is not complete without going to Kashgar, while the visit to Kashgar is not complete without going to its ba ...

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Recommended China Tour Packages Including Kashgar

  • 2-day Kashgar Tour

    Soak in the unique charm of Kashgar - once as a major Silk Road hub - with active Id Kah Mosque and wonderful Apakh Kh ...

  • 3-day Kashgar Tour

    This 3-day well-designed trip presents all highlights in and around Kashgar, from natural scenery of Karakul Lake, mag ...

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