During your stay at the Radisson Blu Kashgar, you’re within easy reach of local bus and railway stations, making it convenient to explore the area’s top things to do. Make time to learn about our region’s storied past by visiting historical sites like the Abakh Khoja Tomb, Id Kah Mosque, or Three Immortals Buddhist Caves. Want a breath of fresh air between back-to-back business meetings? Our hotel places you minutes from People’s Park so you can stretch your legs with a stroll through the park’s scenic pavilions. Before you head home, be sure to shop for souvenirs at the bustling Grand Bazaar, where you’ll find gorgeous silk goods and local spices.
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Grand Bazaar Kashgar
6 mi / 9.66 km from the hotel
Visit this lively Kashgar market to peruse the stalls’ souvenirs and curiosities or purchase traditional Asian spices, vegetables, and clothing. The most popular day to visit is Sunday when the market welcomes nearly 50,000 people.
Three Immortals Buddhist Caves
1.73 mi / 2.78 km from the hotel
Explore these ancient caverns carved at the end of the Han Dynasty and located on the south shore of the Bo Shi Ke Ran River. Once inside the caves, you can view the beautiful ancient frescoes that line the walls.
Id Kah Mosque
1.69 mi / 2.73 km from the hotel
Located in the central square of Kashgar City, China’s largest mosque, built in 1442, spans 16,800 square meters and houses 10,000 worshippers. Explore the Hall of Prayer, the courtyard, and the gate tower among other structures.
2.67 mi / 4.3 km from the hotel
Explore the ruins of this Han Dynasty city situated along the ancient Silk Road. This famous site extends 3,100 meters high above sea level and spans more than 1,300 meters in perimeter.
Abakh Khoja Tomb
3.17 mi / 5.1 km from the hotel
Explore this decorative mausoleum, one of the holiest Muslim buildings in the area, said to be the final resting place of the legendary Fragrant Concubine.
1.35 mi / 2.18 km from the hotel
Situated in the center of Kashgar, this sprawling urban park features walking trails, children’s playgrounds, an orchard, and a scenic artificial lake.