Experience what it’s like to travel to Kashgar and learn what’s worth seeing while you’re there. Josh provides his top recommendations for this top Silk Road …
love this videofrom xinjiang, from ChinaWelcome
I am from Kashgar, now studying in US. I really like your video, thanks for sharing. You also can visit Yusuf Has Hajip mausoleum in Kashgar city, Mahmud Kashgari mausoleum in Opal, and Sultan Sutuk Bughra Khan mausoleum in Artush.
The lake looks amazing!
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Great videos, very informative! Just subscribed!
love this -but the share code is wrong so I could not send the link to my daughter :(
I am interested in visiting Xinjiang and Kashgar in particular. Thanks for an excellent video!Jim Clay
Excellent video, Josh, as usual! Another nearby location that's well worth visiting – especially since it's only a day trip – is Yapchan, a small town outside Kashgar that was well-known for having camels for sale at the livestock portion of their bazaar, which was every Tuesday when I lived in Kashgar.
Kashgar is not far from the border with Kyrgyzstan and that border is open to foreigners to cross. It is also not far from the border with Tajikistan, but that border is still to this day not open to foreigners to cross. Let's hope that will change at some point.
Amazing video . I am interested of tajike people .would you talk more about them in your opinion .
Nice video….I've sent you an email.
Love Xinjiang,love China.the Uighur belong to Persian culture in China not Muslim.
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