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There is a big open market here. with a great lot of local things you could buy. My family visited here. the most favorite things include, dry fruits, cloths, and survivors. You did not realized, when after 2 hours, we bought a lot, over the...More
Many people seem to confuse the Great Southern Mosque for the Grand International Bazaar. The mosque is actually located across the road next to the Erdaoqiao Market. The mosque is actually called the Southern Great Mosque (Nan Da Si) and is built with the Chinese...More
Its amazing to see a vibrant muslim culture in a communist china :) grand bazaar has much to offer, you can buy almost anything here, overpriced, but cool stuff. Knives mean alot in Uyghur culture, to be a man one must have a knife so...More
Its a woderful place with the Han chinese and Uigur muslims coming together to sell all sorts of things,Knife,whip,souveniors,ice cream,and many more.
There is also a carrefour there where by yiu can get all your American drinks and food.
Also in the 2nd floor there...More
This is not called the Southern Mosque...it's called the Grand Bazar. It's a copy of the Bukharan Ensemble in Uzbekistan but really just a brand new massive shopping centre with zillions of small stalls selling chinese clothes and trinkets. Visit in winter for better prices...More