Day 1 Urumqi
Day 2 Urumqi - Kashgar (by air)
Day 3 Kashgar
The Old Town of Kashgar is full of historical buildings of ethnical characters and its every street can tell the story of the past.
The Id Kah Mosque is reputed to be the largest mosque in China. It highlights a group of old Islamic constructions with strong ethnic style and religious features.
The Sunday Bazaar is the largest outdoor market in mid-Asia. The traditional bazaar was originally held on Sunday, but it is divided into two sections now. One is livestock district that opens only on Sunday and the other is ordinary district opens every day, and is especially busy on Sunday.
Day 4 Kashgar
Day 5 Kashgar - Yining (by air) - Zhaosu County (by automobile)
Day 6 Zhaosu County - Tekes County (by automobile)
Kalajun grassland is situated in the southeastern side of Tekes County, it is one of the most famous grasslands in Xinjiang. The grassland is backed by snow mountains. As a fabulous destination along the Silk Road, you can enjoy spectacular landscapes and magnificent grassland here.
Day 7 Tekes County - Narat County (by automobile)
Day 8 Narat County - Urumqi (by air)
In the morning, continue to visit Narat Grassland, then transfer to Xinyuan Narat Airport and take flight to Urumqi.
Grand Bazaar is a T-shaped, 800 meters long pedestrian street. It is actually a market since “bazaar” means market. After a renovation in 2018, the Grand Bazaar became the largest bazaar in the world. You can learn about local culture, catch up with international fashion, and enjoy delicious food altogether in Grand Bazaar.
Day 9 Urumqi - Turpan (by automobile)
The Karez System (UNESCO), an underground irrigation system, is considered to be one of the three great ancient projects of China. Its main function is to deliver water from nearby snow capped mountains to Turpan and its agricultural fields.
Emin Minaret, also known as Sugong Tower, is one of the most famous Islamic constructions and the only Islamic tower in China.
Day 10 Turpan
Pass by the Flaming Mountain, which is famous in the Chinese classical literature “Journey to the West”.
The Bazelik Thousand Buddha Caves has 77 caves and inside each cave is a rural of the Buddha painted on the ceiling along with hundreds of Buddhist sculptures and figures.
With beautiful and elegant scenery, the Grape Valley is famous for growing all kinds of grapes and other fruits.
Hidden in a small valley between an extension of the Flaming Mountains, Tuyoq Valley is a living museum of Uyghur history and a representation of the region’s glorious mixture of dry and fertile landscape. You can visit locals’ home and Ancient Buddhist caves here.
-- Private tour guide
-- Private air-conditioned coach
-- Land transfers between airport or railway station and hotel
-- Entrance tickets as listed
-- Chinese Lunch as listed
-- Centrally located hotels with breakfast
-- Domestic flight with tax and train tickets (2nd class seat) as listed
-- Service charge & government taxes
-- International flights with taxes
-- Personal expenses such as laundry, drinks, phone bills, optional activities
-- Tips for guides and drivers
-- China Visa
-- Travel insurance