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My second time here and it still feels amazing to be in the old town (new old town!). The livestock market is great BUT the old town is there every day not just once a week and you can spend hours and hours and hours...More
the new city, this one is the new old city, renovated, far just few steps from the real old one village.
There are many shops where is possible buy some gifts, visit the new city take from 1 hour to 2 hours, it depend how...More
Kashgar's old town is repeatedly vilified of being just a make up, but this holds true only for part of the place.
Very friendly people, but only a few quality food places, although the old town as such is quite large.
Although there are comparatively...More
This part of Kashgar has been made to be as Uigher friendly as they can make it - but it is all new. At least they have not popped them into 35 storey apartment blocks for which I am sure the Uighers are grateful. The...More
Although the most touristy, this district of the old city is still a must for anyone in Kashgar, with many winding alley ways and beautiful buildings. It wouldent be China without a few eyesores, such as the fake pagoda they built, but even that in...More
The 5 A Kashgar ancient city is a renovated city. I kind of like the old ancient city more, it just situated a road besides it. To enter the building, you need to pay for the entrance, I would highly recommend you to hire a...More
Despite the 'renovation' mega scale project, it's still worth to visit the Old Town. The old buildings may no longer be there, but the people are. And it's the people and their ways of lives that make a place special and rich in culture. The...More
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...More