The name of Kumul, or Hami is always associated with the famous cantaloupe and a namesake of the city: Hami melon. Doubtlessly, a Kumul tour is sweet also.
Kumul was an oasis and a strategic place on the Silk Path dating back to 202 AD. Nowadays, Kumul enjoys peace but is still a must-go destination of many adventurers while planning a China tour. The top Kumul tourist attraction, Devil City creates a stunning experience with its Yar-dang topographical feature. Surrounded by wavy mountains, the vast Barkol Lake offers stunning view during summer. Singing Sand Mountain (Mingsha Shan) can really sing a song when there's a strong wind. Tour the Hami Islamic King Tombs or visit a local Hami family, a Kumul tour is made for adventurers with a refined palate.
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