Strategically located along the China Silkroad in the autonomous region of Xinjiang, Kashgar offers more than just beautiful sceneries of the mountains and the desert. With cultural influences and rule under several different neighbouring empires of the past, Kashgar is a melting pot of heritage of the Mongol, Han, Turks and Uyghur people.
Wander in narrow alleyways of the Old city of Kashgar, a picture of mud-brick buildings with a history of over 2,000 years. Get right into the heart of local life with a visit to the bustling Sunday market. Do not miss the largest mosque of China – the iconic Id Kah Mosque with its yellow façade. Positioned right at the Southwest border of China, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, Kashgar is also often referred to as the gateway to Central Asia.
Kashgar Radisson Blu
An upscale hotel in central Kashgar on the banks of the Kirzlesu River, the Radisson Blu is one of the top places to stay in this bustling city, with tastefully-appointed rooms, helpful staff, excellent dining options, indoor pool and health club.
Yue Xing Jin Jiang International Hotel
Kashgar, China Silk Road, China
An international style hotel in central Kashgar, Yue Xing Jin Jiang Hotel features 323 spacious rooms & suites that provides comfortable stay in this remote corner of Western China.