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All reviewsancient citysilk roadan umbrellashuttle busancient wallsdesert landscapehigh cliffsenglish subtitlesguided tourbuddhist templecouple of hoursworld heritage sitethousand yearsearly in the morninglive hereunderstand whyworth a visit
This abandoned town is well worth visiting, especially if you have any interest in ancient Buddhist monuments - the grand temple still has the remains of a couple of Buddha statues. It was very hot, 45 degrees in the middle of the day.
This city was destroyed by monguls over 800 years ago. It requires some (perhaps too much) imagination to go back to those days. There is little detail that convinces one about the purported details of the city. If you go in summer, go early. It...More
We arrived at 4:30pm and spent three hours. The heat radiating from the stone is hard to describe. You could cook an egg on the stone walkway . We brought four bottles of water and that was not enough. We were always looking for what...More
This is an UNESCO heritage place. It is worth a visit to understand why this is the case. In addition, unlike any places, there is no city walls. The video will explain tjis to you. However the video is in Mandarin with clear Chinese subtitles....More
If you are a fan of Star Wars this is the place for you! The place looks like the Tatooine planet! Sincerely speaking its an interesting historical spot - the biggest, the oldest and best preserved ruins of the old garrisons. Interesting however a little...More
This is a World Heritage site of the lost Kingdom of Yar. The religion also deserted after the Kingdom diminished. This is a historic site to witness the religion changes from Buddhism to Islamic. Walk around the boardwalk to see the ruin of the city,...More
This place is a relatively well preserved city of 7,000 inhabitants over 2000 years ago. Whilst the area is not large, to explore the entire area properly will take over 2 hours. At the entrance, you can get onto a car to get closer to...More
Response from kathy_rodgers | Reviewed this property |
I’m not sure about English speaking guides there as we walked around ourselves. We had a day tour that included the ancient city but the guide dropped us in the car park and we were on our own. I guess if you book a tour... More
I’m not sure about English speaking guides there as we walked around ourselves. We had a day tour that included the ancient city but the guide dropped us in the car park and we were on our own. I guess if you book a tour guide and ask them to go with you that would work.