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Subashi Gucheng Temple

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Subashi Gucheng Temple

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Beishan Mountain, Suburbs, Kuqa County 842000 China
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Private Day Tour to Kizil Caves and Tianshan Canyon from Urumqi by Air
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Private Day Tour to Kizil Caves and Tianshan Canyon from Urumqi by Air

Kuqa is a renown town on the ancient Silk Road with its old name Qiuci. There are lots of grottoes, temples and ruins in Kuqa, which are very interesting to explore. This one-day private tour will let you start from Urumqi to Kuqa by round-way flight to visit Kizil Grottoes, Tianshan Canyon. Because Kuqa is a small city with few people speaking English, we will do our best arrange an English-speaking guide for the tour. If no English-speaking guide for your booking, we will arrange Chinese-speaking guide for you, and translate via cell phone from our office staff. Please note this is very long day tour.
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nathan l wrote a review Dec 2018
Zichron Yaakov, Israel885 contributions242 helpful votes
not extravagant but gives you some flair of the history of the silk road, a nice walk in the path of historical china history
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Date of experience: September 2018
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mogolan wrote a review Nov 2018
Ashdod, Israel662 contributions98 helpful votes
Ancient city in the Silk Road. The site is well organized. Preferable to visit it with a guide to get some explanations about the history of it.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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HLKoh wrote a review Aug 2018
Singapore, Singapore233 contributions48 helpful votes
We were the only group visiting on a sunny afternoon. Ruins set against a majestic backdrop. The full site is big but only a small area is open to visitors. As it was previously abused by tourists, now tourists are confined to boardwalk. Still conjures up imagination of how this would have been a busy city on the silk road a thousand years ago....
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Clarky57 wrote a review May 2018
York, United Kingdom457 contributions212 helpful votes
The place is UNESCO site. You can wander around this abandoned city which is built between two rivers and cut out of the rock. There are explanations and a viewing platform. It is a little gem
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Date of experience: May 2018
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mitraveler16 wrote a review Oct 2017
Seattle, Washington88 contributions80 helpful votes
We visited on our own and pretty much had it to ourselves. There's not a lot to see, but it's impressive that there after still some walls and a stupa standing. The landscape is very barren, which must have made for tough living. There is also another site across the river. We were told we could walk to it, but the guards said it was restricted now.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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