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You cannot take a camera onto the site as they have to be locked up. What they don’t tell you is you can take photos on your mobile. Nice walk up to the caves. a lot of the frescos are now in Berlin and other...More
It is pleasing to see that this site is being preserved and protected after the destruction by Muslim Invaders and European Archeologists. Large cameras and bags are not allowed however small cameras and mobile phones are allowed in the caves without flash.
Of the many...More
The site is worth to visit. You can take photos outdoor by camera. And then indoor by cellphone. You need a guide which will unlock the door for you to explore the cave. There are 236 caves available, the guide will show you around 6...More
To visit this place you need to go to the kizil budhist caves and buy the ticket there. then they arrange a guide to you to go with you and show you the caves. You can not go there direectly. take a torch with you....More
I have visited nearly all of the Buddhist grottoes in China and this is the least impressive. There is some beautiful artwork, but most of it has been plundered and you are not allowed into the vast majority of the caves. You need to check...More
We had a taxi driver take us the this caves and the tower for about a 6 hour drive for 350rmb well worth the cost. The caves are nice and they let you see may e 8 out of some 200+ caves. They are building...More