10 Things to Do in Kashgar That You Shouldn't Miss
Discover the best top things to do in Kashgar, China including Karakul Lake, Kashgar Live Stock Market, Abakh Hoja Tomb, Ga Er Ancient City, Gaotai Ancient Homes, North Jiefang Road Market, Bulunkou Lakes Marsh, Id Kah Mosque, Handicraft Street, Oytagh Glacier Park.
1. Karakul Lake
4.5 based on 252 reviews
Reviewed By rapha_y_nici - Zurich, SwitzerlandZurich, Switzerland
Fantastic scenery with Muztagh Ata
Karakul lake, located about 190km from Kashgar is the second lake on the way to Tashkurgan after Bulunkou lake which was the real highlight for us. The snow-capped giant Muzthag Ata (chinese Mushitage Feng) with it’s 7546masl (or 7509masl?) behind the Kar
2. Kashgar Live Stock Market
4.5 based on 99 reviews
Reviewed By LorahZ - Sydney, AustraliaSydney, Australia
A must visit authentic experience
Kashgar is transforming very quickly into the modern age and this is one of the only truly traditional, authentic experience remaining in this fascinating region. It should not be missed! You will see a thousand year old tradition carrying on like it once
3. Abakh Hoja Tomb
4 based on 147 reviews
Reviewed By Lankylee - Hong Kong, ChinaHong Kong, China
It is not grand but here, in an ancient town, is a link to past that is both simple and universal. Attended a session at the school nearby. Most listening were tourist groups.
4. Ga Er Ancient City
4.5 based on 24 reviews
Reviewed By arnels0n - Jackson, WyomingJackson, Wyoming
Kashgar Old Town
While the government of China came in and systematically tore down and rebuilt much of the heart of old Kashgar, effectively whitewashing what had been a Muslim city for a thousand years, part of it was left alone and not rebuilt. The old town part is sti
5. Gaotai Ancient Homes
4 based on 66 reviews
Reviewed By yoramb240 - Chiang Mai, ThailandChiang Mai, Thailand
Pretty, intersting, worth a stroll
Well maintained, no traffic, unique, peaceful and charming. Local shops, easy to navigate, highly recommended.
6. North Jiefang Road Market
4.5 based on 30 reviews
Reviewed By alikarim - Frisco, texasFrisco, texas
Great Night food market across from IdKah Mosque
Great place that comes alive in the evenings with food stalls that get set up to serve all kinds of different and interesting Uyghur foods (lamb, fish, chicken, hand made noodles etc). All the people here are very friendly and there are seats around each
7. Bulunkou Lakes Marsh
4.5 based on 19 reviews
Reviewed By Roams-A-Lot - Portland, OregonPortland, Oregon
While visiting Kashgar, I did a day trip to Lake Karakul arranged by my guide, Elvis. We stopped just before Karakul to admire this lake (also known as "Corner Lake".The color is stunning and the surrounding sand dunes and mountains make it just that much
8. Id Kah Mosque
3.5 based on 159 reviews
Reviewed By krida802000 - Nonthaburi Province, ThailandNonthaburi Province, Thailand
Id Kah Mosue:Kashi Center?
Id Kah Mosque is not open for public. This turns to be a city park and a recreation place.So, on 13 April 2018 the children are playing soccer, riding horse, and playing skate. Some vendors sale plants, yogurt, and ice cream. .
9. Handicraft Street
4 based on 18 reviews
Reviewed By Kathleen L - Melbourne, AustraliaMelbourne, Australia
The traditional architecture is beautiful.
The street in this old, but renovated area of Kashi, is divided into different trades such as metal work, wood work and toolmaking. There are some bakers and other food shops interspersed. What is particularly nice about the area is the traditional wooden
10. Oytagh Glacier Park
4.5 based on 9 reviews
Reviewed By Letramm - Melbourne, AustraliaMelbourne, Australia
Short walk to a huge glacier
A lovely uphill walk (you can opt for a motorbike courier ride up) to the bottom of the Glacier, a huge active glacier.