Xinjiang Attractions Guide
Xinjiang is the largest province in China which is about 1.6million square kilometers, endowed with numerous historical sites and picturesque landscape as well as the colorful folklore customs.
The Ancient Towns
The ancient towns are the results of human civilization process and creation of human societies. They were the places in which the ancient dynasties of China carried out their administrative duties and managed the regions.
Historical Sites & Ancient Tombs
Xinjiang possesses many ancient sites that have been under good protection and they are not only witnesses of the history of the region but also the results of communications of ancient human civilization.
Grottoes & Buddhist Arts
As an important section of the ancient Silk Road, the ancient Xinjiang played a vital role in spreads of Buddhism to China and Buddhism was very popular in the ancient Western Regions with many grottoes that were opened.
Being the predominant religion in Xinjiang since the 16 century, Islam has made a great impact on the social life. Islamic culture has not only into Islamists’s custom but their architecture, of which mosque and tomb are typical symbols.
The picturesque Landscape
Landscapes in Xinjiang are both unique and beautiful. If you come here, you will be attracted by wild landscapes and particular combination of natural sights. Facing the imposing natural beauty of Xinjiang, one is required to become a part of it so to perceive the uniqueness of the nature.