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Urumqi Travel tips

Silk Road Travel Tips 
Please prepare for a kanpsack, at least 65 litres, so that various things you will take with can be put into it, such as tents, sleeping bags, canteen, camera, battery, etc.

It is the best time to take this route from May to October. Weather condition is pleasant with the average temperature of 15 degree centigrade. The scenery is the best when fruit become ripe, flowers in full bloom and grass in grassland turns to green.

Please bring along warm clothing even in hot summer for temperature differs greatly between daytime and nights in some places on the route.

Bring shoes suitable for walking.

Compass, all-purpose knife, a small bag of salt, a small bottle of multiple vitamin, rubberized fabric, etc, are all necessary.

It is advisable to use sunscreen, sunglasses and lip creams to protect your eyes and skin. The altitude is high and the atmosphere allow the sun's solar radiation to strike the earth with unusual intensity.

Xinjiang grows a rich of variety of fruit. People traveling there in autumn are provided chance to try the sweet fruit that are available in that region. It is recommended not to drink hot tea soon after eating fruit because it may cause in diarrhea.

Do not talk about sensitive issues such as religions and politics when in Xinjiang. Eating pork is forbidden under Islamic law. Xinjiang is home to most of China's Muslim population and eating pork is forbidden according to the Muslim canons.


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