Xinjiang bazaar greets tourist boom ahead of holiday | Updated: 2021-09-24 16:09
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A little boy climbs on a sculpture of Apandi, a legendary character in Xinjiang culture, in the Xinjiang International Grand Bazaar. [Photo by Gao Yaman / for]

As the National Day holiday approaches, the Xinjiang International Grand Bazaar, a popular tourist destination in Urumqi, capital of Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, is ushering in a tourism peak.

The Grand Bazaar's pedestrian street is divided into three blocks, featuring cultural and creative industries, international fashion and local delicacies.

The pedestrian street boasts a wide range of ethnic handicrafts, local snacks like mutton kebabs and buildings with ethnic characteristics. The bazaar is a place for visitors to experience Xinjiang and its cultural treasures.

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