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By far the most popular route for travellers wishing to travel from mainland Europe into China and beyond is the [[Trans-Siberian Railway]]    taking the appropriate route through [[Mongolia]] or the region once known as Manchuria. However, a less travelled but equally fascinating route is to travel from [[Moscow]] ([[Russia]]) to [[Urumqi]] ([[China]]) via [[Almaty]] ([[Kazakhstan]]). Becuase this journey is in no way as well documented as the Trans-Siberian equivalent, more research and preperation is required for a successful trip. However, the uncertainty attatched to the journey at times and the fact that certain levels of improvisation are required can give a far more rewarding travel experience.
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By far the most popular route for travellers wishing to travel from mainland Europe into China and beyond is the [[Trans-Siberian Railway]]    taking the appropriate route through [[Mongolia]] or the region once known as Manchuria. However, a less travelled but equally fascinating route is to travel from [[Moscow]] ([[Russia]]) to [[Urumqi]] ([[China]]) via [[Almaty]] ([[Kazakhstan]]). Because this journey is in no way as well documented as the Trans-Siberian equivalent, more research and preperation is required for a successful trip. However, the uncertainty attatched to the journey at times and the fact that certain levels of improvisation are required can give a far more rewarding travel experience.
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Revision as of 14:59, 21 September 2008

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By far the most popular route for travellers wishing to travel from mainland Europe into China and beyond is the Trans-Siberian Railway taking the appropriate route through Mongolia or the region once known as Manchuria. However, a less travelled but equally fascinating route is to travel from Moscow (Russia) to Urumqi (China) via Almaty (Kazakhstan). Because this journey is in no way as well documented as the Trans-Siberian equivalent, more research and preperation is required for a successful trip. However, the uncertainty attatched to the journey at times and the fact that certain levels of improvisation are required can give a far more rewarding travel experience.

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