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True...the Beseklik Buddha Caves were notoriously robbed by the Great Game hunters...leaving comparative scraps of paintings behind. Nonetheless, I had a beutifully fine day here, as an artist. No photos allowed, so I had to resort to my ink pen and sketch book. How joyful...More
On the 17th of May 2018 we made a tour around Turpan (with email@example.com) visiting the Bezeklik Thousand Buddha Caves, Tuyoq Village, Kariz wells, Jiaohe Ancient City and finally the Emin Minaret.
1. We departed by car from our hotel at 9.30 (Beijing time) and...More
When we visited this place there are 6 caves that is open to the public. The murals on some of the caves are still there. Majority of this are scratched or deface. Statues are stolen. However, whatever remains, you are still see the colours and...More
I had read about this site and it lived up to our expectations. The surroundings are stark and beautiful. There were not many tourists and that added to our enjoyment. The caves,although looted , were wonderful to experience.
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We did not notice public buses at Bezeklik though there were many tourist buses. We hired a taxi and driver for two days for 300 yuan per day. He took us to Tuyoq Village and Bezeklik Caves, then Jiaohe ruins, Karez museums... More
We did not notice public buses at Bezeklik though there were many tourist buses. We hired a taxi and driver for two days for 300 yuan per day. He took us to Tuyoq Village and Bezeklik Caves, then Jiaohe ruins, Karez museums and the Emin Minaret. If you are arriving by bus from Urumqi, there are taxi drivers waiting at the bus station who will want to negotiate a price for these trips.