For ever 2,000 years, traders carried products such as silk and tea through the Gansu Corridor to the countries in the west and east.
You can follow trade routes that crossed Xinjiang and the rest of China.
A stunning array of scenery: from the mountain peaks near Kashgar to the Flaming Mountains and hot deserts of Xinjiang, to the high mountain lakes and meadows around Urumqi and its Grand Bazaar for shopping. See the parks, mountains and grasslands around the Gansu Corridor, the Yellow River and its sights, and the large city of Xian.
Ancient places,history, and artwork: See Buddhist grottoes, ancient sites, and museums in Xinjiang and along the Gansu Corridor, and see the Terracotta Army, museums, and ancient mausoleums in Xian.
Learn how the cultures of East and West interacted and how Buddhism,Christianity, and Islam arrived China.
hi can i visit the silk road i have 6 people commingwith me our bugget is $60 per person lenght of stay2 days tourist would be good
Thanks for your enquiry! We are more than happy to arrange a silk road tour for your group of 6 people, a silk road tour can start from Xi'an, Lanzhou or Urumqi depending on your dates and it also includes visits in the whole Xinjiang province. I am not very sure about the length of 2 days of the tour, will you advise more details of the tour so I can propose a tentative itinerary for your group? I look forward to hearing from you again!
Candy Wei replied on 2012-12-04
can i see the silk road
Yes, we can arrange a tour for you. Please see the details about the tour packages on our website. (Click: http://www.chinahighlights.com/tour/silk-road-adventure/) Then you could tell me your travel plan, such as how many people will visit, when will you arrive in China, how many days you would like to spend. I will construct an itinerary based on your need and give you an exact quote. My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org
I am looking forward to serving you. Lussie Lu replied on 2012-10-03