Kuche Royal Palace
Kuche Royal Palace
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alip silk road private tours
Kashgar, China225 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2015
Been to this place and it is 45rmb ticket and none of my toursts liked this place it is like a several houses connected place and It is a new construction and some mummies inside but not intresting. Do not vaste your money and time.
Written October 27, 2015
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MarcelTraveller
Voorschoten, The Netherlands1,767 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2018 • Couples
On our first day in Kuqa we visited the most important touristic sites in the surroundings of Kuqa as the Kizil Thousand Buddha Caves, Kuqa Grand Canyon, Beacon tower and the Kuqa Grand Mosque. Because our travel scheme was changed, we had some extra hours on a second day and could visit some two extra sites in Kuqa. We first went to Subashi where we arrived at 12.30 and stayed until 13.10. Then we went to the Kuqa Palace, the residence of the kings of Qiuci until the early 20th century, where we arrived at 13.40 and stayed until 14.30. Although the complex is in bad shape and needs restoration, you have an impression of how rulers lived in this area. It is a rather large complex with different buildings, some gardens and you’ll see a part of the old city wall and some gates. The exposed materials are hardly worthwhile to see because they need maintenance or restauration. If there is some explanation (very rare), it is in Chinese.
Summarized, certainly not a must see, but good for a short visit if you have some extra time in Kuqa.
Written November 26, 2018
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Dher5
Melbourne, Australia231 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2014 • Solo
Not much worth seeing, slightly rebuilt and some social unity propaganda. But the surrounding Uyghur neighbourhood is really interesting!
Written July 21, 2014
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lovetoootravel
Melbourne, Australia247 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2019 • Couples
There is a museum, small mosque and other rooms for you to explore and lots of history. It also backs onto the old city wall. Near a long pond is another building which has some beautiful porcelain and painted glass partitions.
Written June 29, 2019
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Stubie6
Canberra, Australia12 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2013 • Couples
Inside the grounds are restaurants, a hotel, the family mosque, several pavilions intended for mass parties, pleasant gardens and infrastructure to cope with hundreds of tourists at a time. Despite only being built 10 years ago, someone miscalculated its popularity and it seems almost abandoned apart from a couple of groundskeeping staff. There is an interesting museum containing replicas and cutouts of buddhist caves from the area, along with skeletons and other artifacts found in the region. Unfortunately these items are left covered in dust, dirt and mold and in some cases glued in place. Other crumbling exhibits exist of craftsman and the dynasty lineage, however all of these are in poor states of repair and very difficult to follow.

It was kind of nice touring the gardens of the palace and getting away from people..
Written August 6, 2013
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