Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Lavender purple in Xinjiang, China

The 'purple sea of flowers' stretching to the horizon in Xinjiang (China) attracts 20,000 visitors every weekend.

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Lavender purple in Xinjiang, China
Xinjiang Autonomous Region is located in Northern China, an area of 1.6 million km2, bordering Russia, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India. This place is famous for fairy scenery, appearing in historical dramas.
Lavender purple in Xinjiang, China
The climate in 4 distinct seasons, the nature of the trees here is also divided into colorful variations: spring peach blossom, summer yellow mustard flower, in autumn, leaves turn bright orange and winter snow covered with dazzlingly white. 
Lavender purple in Xinjiang, China
Summer in Xinjiang is probably the best time of the year when many kinds of trees and flowers bloom. Besides the famous canola flowers, people in the autonomous region also grow a lot of lavender to produce essential oils and boost tourism.
Lavender purple in Xinjiang, China
The most lavender place in Xinjiang is Huocheng County, Ili District. It is estimated that the district's flower production accounts for 97% of all lavender in China.
Lavender purple in Xinjiang, China
The lavender season starts around June, attracting a lot of tourists to this remote autonomous area. Local authorities say about 20,000 visitors visit the lavender fields in Huocheng district every weekend.
Lavender purple in Xinjiang, China
A sea of purple flowers stretches across the horizon, becoming a lively outdoor studio for travelers interested in photography.
Lavender purple in Xinjiang, China
Located in the Ili valley, Huocheng has similar climatic conditions as in Provence, France - where has been dubbed the "largest" lavender plant "in the world. Huocheng currently ranks second in the world with 2,000 hectares of lavender farms.
Lavender purple in Xinjiang, China
Not only is the climate cool and nature blessed, Xinjiang is also known for the beauty of white women with high noses, a cross between Asians and Europeans. Many famous Chinese actors and singers were born in this autonomous area.
Lavender purple in Xinjiang, China
In recent years, Xinjiang people have tended to gradually reduce the area of traditional crops such as rice, maize ... to grow lavender to sell, and make farms for tourists to visit.
Lavender purple in Xinjiang, China
Xinjiang is quite far from Vietnam, normally you will fly to Beijing or a big city in China, then connect to Urumqi city - the capital of this autonomous region.
Lavender purple in Xinjiang, China
In addition to lavender, Xinjiang also has many destinations to visit such as Kanas, Turpan lake, Islamic mosque, Trai Moc lake, Kho Nhi Lac, Khach Thap Dia...

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