Silk Road Attractions
Top Silk Road China & Central Asia attractions list for sightseeing and vacations trip such as Xian Terracotta Army, Xiahe Labrang Lamasery, Jiayuguan Great Wall Fort, Dunhuang Mogao Caves, Urumqi Hearvely Lake, Kashgar Sunday Bazzar & Mosque, Turpan Ancient City ruins and more...
- Issyk Kul Lake is the world's second largest salt lake (after Caspian Sea) and located in the northern Tianshan Mountains in eastern Kyrgyzstan. The lake is surrounded by snow peaks but never freeze.
- The Sulaiman-too Sacred Mountain I listed as world Heritage site in Kyrgyzstan with the description of "the most complete example of a sacred mountain anywhere in Central Asia, worshipped over several millennia".
- Travel to Kyrgyzstan nowadays along the ancient Silk Road, and see some old sites like the Tash-Rabat Caravanserai, which witness the ancient trading route since 10th; Osh is the Kyrgyzstan's oldest city, also a trading city on the silk route
- Ala Archa National Park is an alpine national park in Tianshan Mountain of Kyrgyzstan, located about 40 kilometers away from capital city Bishkek, which means 45 minutes' drive from Bishkek.
- Sarazm means "where the land begins"; it is an ancient town located in Panjakent District in Sughd province, northwestern Tajikistan. It is also an archaeological site that testimony to the development of human settlements in central Asia
- Tajik National Park "Pamir Mountains" is listed as Natural Site into the UNESCO World Heritage List in June 2013. It is located in the eastern part of Tajikistan
- Itchan Kala is a part of ancient Khiva, the inner town that protected by 10 meters high wall; it is located to the south of Amu Darya River in Khorezm region of Uzbekistan and also known as the last resting-place of caravans before crossing desert to Iran.
- Bukhara is the capital city of Bukhara province of Uzbekistan. It is situated on the Silk Road and acted as a center of trade, scholarship, culture and religion. with history of over 2,000 years.
- The historic center of Shakhrisyabz is located on the Silk Road in southern Uzbekistan with an history of over 2000 years ago. It was once the important center of politic & culture of Kesh region in the 14th and 15th century
- Samarkand is the second largest city in Uzbekistan and the capital of Samarqand province. The historical town was built in 7th century as its entral position on the Silk Road between China and the West.