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Lonely Planet Xinjiang: Chapter from China Travel Guide

Lonely Planet

Published June 1st 2012
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Lonely Planet guides are, quite simply, like no other. New York TimesThis eBook offering is an excerpt of Lonely Planets latest China guide book and includes:Xinjiang chapters Understanding China Xinjiang maps Perhaps the best reason to visitMoreLonely Planet guides are, quite simply, like no other. New York TimesThis eBook offering is an excerpt of Lonely Planets latest China guide book and includes:Xinjiang chaptersUnderstanding ChinaXinjiang mapsPerhaps the best reason to visit Xinjiang is the chance to experience the heart of the Silk Road, to walk in the footsteps of Marco Polo and to see what was once the superhighway of the Asian continent.This guide is the result of research by dedicated authors and local experts who immersed themselves in Xinjiang, finding unique experiences, and sharing practical and honest advice, so you come away informed and amazed. This guide includes up-to-date reviews of the best places to stay, eat, sights, cultural information, maps, transport tips and a few best kept secrets - all the essentials to get to the heart of Xinjiang.Coverage includes:Understanding China: China Today, History, People of China, Religion & Beliefs, Chinese Cuisine, Arts & Architecture, Chinas Landscape, Martial Arts of ChinaCentral Xinjiang, Urumqi, Tian Chi, Turpan & around, Hami (Kumul), Kuqa & around, Southwest Xinjiang -Kashgaria, Kashgar, Karakoram Highway, Southern Silk Road, Yengisar, Yarkand, Karghilik, Hotan, Hotan to Golmud, Northern Xinjiang, Buer jin, Kanas Lake Nature Reserve, Yining and Bole & aroundLonely Planets China guide is researched and written by: Damian Harper, Min Dai, Michael Kohn, Robert Kelly, Daniel McCrohan, Shawn Low, Bradley Mayhew, Piera Chen, Chung Wah Chow, Christopher Pitts, David Eimer