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Id Kah Mosque

Jiefang North Road | Thirsty Camel Tours, Kashi 844000, China
+86 189 9909 3311
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Jiefang North Road | Thirsty Camel Tours, Kashi 844000, China
+86 189 9909 3311

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The place is very important to the local people, including your guide. Is it really scenic and worth a visit? No. But do it to honor your guide.

Thank CommanderChip
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The mosque looks impressive and the square outside the mosque is a good place to stroll and relax. Restaurants, shops and the night market are nearby. Inside the mosque, the atmosphere is calm and serene.

Thank Sprava
Reviewed 8 March 2017

better to visit in the morning and we suggest you to prepare a scarf for ladies before coming. the streets around mosque is just outstanding

Thank Joseph_Martin111
Reviewed 27 November 2016

The mosque is very beautiful from the outside. I cannot talk about the inside since I didn't want to pay to go inside. They state that the fee is keep the mosque in shape, which I believe, but there is so much else to see,...More

Thank curlylekan
Reviewed 26 November 2016

Id Kah Mosque (masjid) is located close to the old city and it represents a nice Uighur architecture and Islamic style architecture. The mosque was built 1442 AD and extended this size in end of 18th century , the mosque listed as the largest mosque...More

Thank Kashgar T
Reviewed 15 November 2016

Located in the "Old Town" area of Kashi. The mosque was first built in 1442 and the present mosque is in good order, although nothing spectacular. It has no real minarets and there is no "call to Prayer" as China whilst it tolerates Muslims and...More

Thank Paulette A
Reviewed 31 October 2016

Apak Hoja Tomb, also called Fragrant Concubine tomb , is located 6km from Kashgar city. it is the tomb of one family of five generations , total 72 people were buried here . Apak Hoja used to be the powerful ruler of Kashgar and he...More

Thank elvisablimit
Reviewed 18 October 2016

Nothing really spectacular. History is interesting and the architecture is worth a look, but don't expect to be excited.The small roads around, the night market opposite and the great place in front are the interesting part. Sit down, take time and watch the people.

Thank Thomas C
Reviewed 14 October 2016

The Id Kah is the biggest Mosque, as I understand it, in China. Probably not surprising for a country that isn't predominantly Muslim, and given that it isn't surprising that it is located in Kashgar, a major Muslim city on the old Silk Road. It...More

Thank arnels0n
Reviewed 5 October 2016

This is one of the main sites in Kashgar and is well presented and managed. Easy to navigate and a pleasant place to sit and relax. Large hanging rugs and prayer room give this place a character all of its own

Thank TC0241
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