We spent about 45 minutes looking at the tomb, gardens and mosque. It was relatively quiet and pleasant to study the tile work, carved wooden columns and gardens. Worth a visit if you are interested in local history.
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This morning we visited the tomb of the fragrant concubine, Xiang Fei. From an early age she smelt nice (hmmm) and she was the concubine of the Chinese Emperor. Before that she was Iparhan, daughter of a Uigher political leader. The story is complicated but...More
This tomb and complex is very interesting and well worth a visit. Theres not much to see inside however it should be on your list of places to see while in Kashgar.
Took a taxi from Idgah square. It cost 10/15 rmb but saved time and energy. Located quite away from city center but easily found a taxi on return. Buy entrance fee and visit this attraction breifly as there many things to see, like a mosque,...More
This tomb is extraordinary and would be a loss if not visited. The tile work alone is incredible in its use of pattern and colour. A very tranquil place.
nice place to visit , interesting from a historical point of view ,. there is beautiful mosque , park around , some shade!!!
We stopped here after visiting the Sunday Animal Market but could only allow 30 minutes as we had to catch our plane. Not enough time! In addition to the tomb be sure to visit the gardens (bathrooms located there as well). They are nice and...More
Come on! You didn't come all this way far far away and pay ¥30 to see the surface!!! PAY KEEN ATTENTION to the details. On the wooden pillars of the mosque, you will find all sorts of painted patterns in different colors. Below the roof,...More
A nice cosy quiet place with a lot of history to be explored. The surrounding is under renovation when we went. But the tomb is is in great condition. The ticket is 35 Yuan for adults and 10 Yuan for children. Unfortunately it was too...More