Hong Xin

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No.61 North Jie Fang Road,, Urumqi City,, Urumqi,
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Flights out of this area!!

by DavidRose79

My traveling companion is wanting to fly out of Urumqi, are there any international flights or quick links so he can get back to the UK?

Cheers, Dave

Urumqi to UK

by Confucius

He can fly to Almaty and connect on flights to Europe from there. Kazakhstan maintains a consulate in Urumqi at 31 Kunming Street. He'll need to get a special transit visa there first.

Re: Flights out of this area!!

by HIMALAYAN_WANDERER

Hi Dave,

There are many ways to get out Xinjiang. If youre in Urumqi the closest flight out is From Alam-ata Kazahkhstan. Your friend could also fly to Islamabad, Pakistan from Urumqi and get a flight to the UK from their, but he would need a Pakistani visa and that can only be obtained from Beijing in China. Likewise he would need a visa for most of the countries in the region for transiting, so unless hes prepared to do some travelling in side China and put up with bueraucracy he should stick to his normal plans.

Fateh

Re: Re: Flights out of this area!!

by DavidRose79

We will have arrived from Pakistan but only have a single entry VISA, is it easy to pick up a transit VISA for Kazakstan?
Dave

Re: Re: Flights out of this area!!

by HIMALAYAN_WANDERER

Its worth trying, but these ex-soviet diplomats are notorious for ruining travel plans. If all else fails get to Beijing and fly out from there straight home.

Travel Tips for Urumqi

TURPAN
The city of Turpan is...

by SirRichard

TURPAN
The city of Turpan is an oasis in the middle of the dessert. Their green streets and patios give you a fresh break after so much sand. The local residents have not only covered all the main streets and walkways of the town with vine trellises, converting them into delightful shady green tunnels (see photo), but have also managed to retain a relatively easy-going manner even in the heady economic climate of modern China. There are still few cars (there were when I was), and donkey carts remain the preferred mode of transport.
In summer the weather is reputedly the hottest in China - the dry heat is so soporific that there is little call to do anything but sleep or sip cool drinks in outdoor cafes with other tourists. This may not be what you came to China for, but quite a lot of people appreciate it by the time they reach Turpan.

Urumqui

by Jungle_Ed

"Going to Urumqui June 15th 2005"

I am going to Urumqui June 15th 2005 with my Chinese friend (who lives in Italy). Really excited about it.

I am really excited about finally getting out of this country for real. (The cruise was nice but didn't count.) Of course I am going to a place that is very little like this country so I can't feel like I have really been somewhere.

Anyways I would love to meet up with anyone who will be there around that time.

Be back later on the final plans and eventually the results.

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