Xinjiang, as the largest province in China in terms of area, has always been a place that people long for. Its wide and rich region boasts tranquil Kanas forest and lakes, vast Bayanbulak grassland, and wild Taklimakan desert. With a unique cuisine, Xinjiang’s famous food including Large Plate Chicken in ample portions, appetizing roasted meat, and sweet fruits. Xinjiang also has unique ethnic customs, where cultures of different ethnic groups mingle and develop in harmony. Xinjiang is a great place to visit with all the richness and beauty.
Gansu, located on the golden section of the Silk Road, has a landscape corridor of more than 1,600 kilometers. Here, you can explore top national treasures such as Mogao murals, Wei-Jin murals on bricks, Wuwei Heavenly Horse Sculpture, ancient monument of the Xixia dynasty, and Maiji Mountain Grottoes, experience various natural landscapes such as the Gobi Desert, forests and grasslands, Danxia sand forests, canyons and caves, and feel the cultural characteristics of different ethnic groups in the rich folk customs. Thanks to its unique humanity history, natural landscapes, and folk customs and culture, Gansu has become a poetic dreamland in the hearts of many people.
Take in the view of Qinghai from high mountains and water source. Qinghai, getting its name because of water, is the source of three great rivers, and a region giving birth to the largest number of large rivers in Asia. It has the largest area of ecosystems in the world. Nature’s miraculous creations have made Qinghai a beautiful, primitive, pure and magical place. The Silk Road passes through Qinghai, allowing various ethnic groups blend their cultures and live in harmony for thousands of years. Local customs and features are splendid and colorful. Here, you can enjoy the magnificent heavenly and earthly beauty and taste the mouth-watering local cuisine. Qinghai’s beauty and charm are irreplaceable and unique.