Tianshan Mountains are one of the seven largest mountain ranges in the world. It stretches 2,500 kilometers from the east to the west through four countries (China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan). The Tianshan mountains are the natural geographical dividing line between Tarim Basin and Junggar Basin.
Altay Prefecture is located at the northern part of Xinjiang. To the northwest it adjoins Kazakhstan and Russia; to the northeast it adjoins Mongolia. Its boundary line stretches for 1,205 KM. The prefecture covers a total area of about 117,988 square kilometers. Here live Kazak nationality, Hui nationality, Uygur nationality and Mongolia nationality and so
Karamay is a prefecture–level city governed by Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. It is an important national petroleum and petrochemical base. This city is located at the northwest edge of the Junggar Basin, the central area of Eurasia. It is a global gathering of petroleum and petrochemical industries.
Kashgar Bazaar, located on the east bank of Tuman River, at the northeastern corner of Kashgar City, is the largest bazaar in Kashgar.
The Flaming Mountain is the most famous tourist attraction in Turpan and one of the hottest places in China. It is located at the northern boundary of the Turpan Depression, on the northern path of the ancient Silk Road. The mountain is mainly made of crimson gravels, conglomerates and mud rocks between the Jurassic Period,
Uygur Ancient Village is situated at Yaerguole Village with hundreds of years of history at Gaochang District, Turpan city. The village covers an area of over 20,000 square meters. It is like a large scale museum complex that presents the original folk custom of Uygur and the Jiaohe history and culture. What to See/Do: The