Muslims in China
Islam was introduced to China almost 1,400 years ago, and nowadays, China is home to a large Muslim population. Muslims live in every regions in China, with the highest concentration in Western China's Gansu, Xinjiang, Yunnan and Qinghai provinces. Of the 55 or so minority groups, about ten groups are classified as Muslim. The largest muslim groups are Hui and Uighurs. Read more on history of Islam in China.
Like Muslims elsewhere, Muslims in China celebrate their own holidays. All these holidays take place according to the Islamic calendar. The common celebrations includeperformances and worshipping at local mosques. See below for the most popular Islamic holidays.
Halal food is called Qing Zhen Cai /ching-jnn tseye/ (清真菜) in Chinese. It is the cuisine of the Hui and other Muslims in China. Halal food and Muslim restaurants can be found in cities and towns all over the country. Read more on Halal food in China
Mosques in China
Mosques first appeared in China almost 1,400 years ago. Now there are over 20,000 mosques all over the country. Read more on mosques in China
Hotels for Muslims
Hi Fadi, we are more than pleased to help arrange your Xian tour. Would you please let me know:
1. When will you start the trip?
2. How long will you stay in Xian?
3. Besides Xian, any other places or cities you'd like to visit?
4. How many people will be traveling with you?Whitney Liao Replied on 2013-04-07