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Flaming Mountains (Huoyan Shan), Turpan
(1.3/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
Visit Flaming Mountains (Huoyan Shan) to find yourself in the hottest place in China. An arid land with almost no vegetation, the 831 m (2,726 ft) tall red-colored mountain reaches surface temperatures of 70 C (158 F) during summer. The area's top attraction is a giant thermometer, an ideal backdrop for a few snapshots of this dry and scorching place. To visit Flaming Mountains (Huoyan Shan) and get the most from your holiday in Turpan, create itinerary details personal to you using our Turpan itinerary builder.
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  • It really is not worth the time in getting out to the so called "Flaming Mountain". The mountain itself is pretty bland, and the purpose in getting tourists there is to sell them entry into the park a...  more »
  • This is a tourist trap. Flaming Mountain is famous because it was featured 8n a classic Chinese novel, but there really is nothing here. The admission fees are a rip-off. Nearby, there is the Flaming ...  more »
  • It became the stage of the journey to the West was... doesn't look like flames, and romantic feel. In the Uighur district, mood, coupled with the hot weather and dry. But rather and bother to look else where to stop along the way in a photo shoot, good as it is.
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