The most detailed information of border port in Xinjiang, what you want to know is following:
Recent years, as the most important passageway in ancient Silk Road, Xinjiang become the focus in people’ s mind once again because of the influence of “Belt and Road”. Xinjiang, not only have majestic scenery, cuisine, folklore with different style, but also have the largest area, the longest border line with a number of bordering countries and land port. Boarding 8 countries, with more than 5600 kilometers of long border line, there are more than a dozen external land ports. It is pity that you don’t have a travel the land port and know about it when you in Xinjaing.
The most famous Horgos Port
Horgos Port (China and Kazakhstan)---- It is most worthy for you walking around the tax-free shopping paradise.
Sino-Hazor Horgos International Border Cooperation Center Joint Inspection Station
located in Huocheng county of Kazak Autonomous Prefecture of Yili and far from some 90 kilometers west of Yining City, the capital of Yili, more than 670 kilometers from Urumqi, the capital of Xinjiang,Horgos Port is bordered the region of Almaty of Kazakhstan.With a long history, the port is an important post in Xinbei passageway of ancient silk road
in Tang and Sui dynasty. It has been an official trad port between China and Russia since 1881.
1949 has saw the foundation of People’s Republic of China.Sino-Soviet trade began to prosper in 1950-1962. After 1949, Sino-Soviet relations were tense. Excepting normal postal service,import and export trad has been stopped in Horgos Port.On 6 November,1983, with the approval of the State Council, the Horgos port was reopened. Local trad and border trad were started in 1986. In August,1992, China and Kazakhstan allow this port be opened for third countries, therefore, Horgos Port has become an international transfer .
On 26 June, 2014, the city of Horgos was approved to build the Horgos city,and this city was opened as the first cross-border free trade zone in Xinjiang. At the Khorgos Port, you can not only see the Horgos national border and boundary pillars on the border with Kazakhstan, but also enjoy the duty-free shopping policy of 8,000 yuan for a person a day. According to our hoped, it will be built to the largest tax-free shopping paradise in the west.
Durata Port (China and Kazakhstan)
The Durata port, in the territory of Chabuchaer County, Yili, Xinjiang, is about 50 kilometers from west of the county, about 63 kilometers from Yining City, and the same border with Kazakhstan's Almaty State as the Horgos port.
Durata region has a flat Flat terrain. There are few buildings in that hundreds of kilometers ground. There are few people in this place where not have any grass, trees. But it is not Gobi desert but just a wasteland where is exposed in China's westernmost hot sun and is laid in light and heat. It is between Wusun Mountain and Yili River and is extended westward to the end of the sky.
Approved by the State Council in March 1994, the Durata Port was officially opened to the public. On 26，September, 1999, with the approval of the State General Administration of Customs and the People's Government of the autonomous region, the port carried out border trade. On 16 December, 2000, it was officially opened to the public. The Durata Land Port is mainly trade and foreign exchange between Nilek, Turks, Gongliu, Xinyuan and Chabuchar and Yining.
Muzalte Port (China and Kazakhstan)
The Muzalte Highway Port is located 109 kilometers southwest of Zhaosu County in the Yili of Xinjiang. It is located in the northern foot of the Tianshan Mountains and in the upper reaches of the Turks River. It is 9 kilometers away from the 74th Regiment of the Fourth Division of the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps. Opposite to the Naringol district of Almaty, Kazakhstan. Kazakhstan called the port as Nalingo Land Port, which is 4 kilometers apart.
The Muzart port was used as a temporary cargo point for the Sino-Soviet countries before 1953. It was once a distribution center for import and export goods for the border trade. It was closed for 30 years due to historical reasons. In August 1992, China and Kazakhstan signed an agreement and agreed to open the port. In March 1994, the State Council approved the opening to the outside world, but it has not yet been opened.