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Korla Travel Guide

If you are wondering what to see and looking for things to do in Korla, this is the Korla Guide for the right information. Situated at the northern border of the Tarim Basin and the southern foot of the Tianshan Mountains, Korla is the largest prefecture in all of China. The city itself has a population of 150,000, the majority of whom are Han Chinese. Korla enjoys a generally warm climate with adequate water supplies and fertile soil. Its major products include apricot, plum, honey melon and the most famous fragrant pear. Korla also boosts a wide variety of wildlife, including snow leopard, takin, marmot, snow cock and brown bear, red deer, wild camel as well as the endangered species of swan and wild duck. The prefecture itself is blessed with diversified cultures. Out of a population of 800,000, the Han nationality makes up 53.92 percent, the Mongol 4.99 percent, the Uygur 35.27 percent, the Hui 5.32 percent, the Tibetan 0.13 percent and other nationalities 0.24 percent. The prefecture has a great variety of Chinese medicinal herbs such as the snow lily, Chinese grom well, fritillary, codonopsis pilosula, licorice root and ophedra. The lakes of the prefecture all teem with many kinds of fish, such as the bighead, common carp, silver carp, grass carp and crucian carp.

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