Things to Do in Kashgar
DISCOVER EXCITING PLACES TO VISIT IN KASHGAR
During your stay at the Radisson Blu Hotel Kashgar, you can explore nearby historical sites like the Id Kah Mosque, Abakh Khoja Tomb or Three Immortals Buddhist Caves. Donghu Park and the Grand Bazaar are close to the hotel so that you can stretch your legs while you walk through the park’s pavilion or shop the stalls at the market. If you have time to explore, venture out to beautiful Karakul Lake or travel further to see the magnificent Stone City.
- Grand Bazaar - 3 km
Get lost in this massive market, where you’ll find silk scarves, dried fruit, spices, jewelry, livestock and just about anything else you can imagine.
- Abakh Khoja Tomb - 4 km
The gorgeous architecture and intriguing story behind this 17th-century Islamic burial complex are worth a visit.
- Id Kah Mosque - 5 km
Located in Old Town, Id Kah Mosque is home to intricately painted courtyards, tree-lined paths and cool halls, perfect for a stroll on a hot day.
- Three Immortals Buddhist Caves - 20 km
The grottos of Three Immortals Buddhist Caves are filled with ancient murals and statues. Please note that the caves can be reached only with climbing equipment.
- Stone City - 300 km
Also known as Tashkurgan, Stone City is a nearly 2,000-year-old ruin that has been a castle, a fortress and a capital building over its long history on the Silk Road.
- Kirzlesu River - 0.5 km
Take a break from the city with a walk along the banks of the Kirzlesu River, also called the Kashgar River.
- Donghu Park - 1.8 km
Be sure to visit Donghu Park in the evening to see the bright lights that adorn almost every structure in this scenic area.
- People’s Park - 3 km
If you’re looking for entertainment for your children, head to People’s Park, where they can play at the playground, visit the zoo, roller skate or explore 4,000 meters of trails.
- Karakul Lake - 200 km
Take in the natural beauty of Karakul Lake’s crystal-clear waters and the surrounding Pamir Mountains. For a true adventure, visit the locals to see their yurts, campgrounds, herds and bonfires by the lake.