(ECNS) -- The Xinjiang International Grand Bazaar, one of the most famous landmarks in Urumqi, Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, was brightly lit and crowded with people at night, even though the temperature dropped to minus 10 degrees Celsius.
Many residents and tourists in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region choose to spend their nights outdoors.
Since the bazaar began opening 24-hour on Nov. 25, delicious food, traditional crafts with Xinjiang characteristics and wonderful performances have attracted many visitors.
A night market in Aksu City of southern Xinjiang also enjoys widespread popularity.
A couple greeted guests at their stall selling Tawa Kewap.
In addition, many skiers chose night skiing at resorts in Xinjiang. They said night skiing is also an attitude towards life.
At midnight, shopping malls and stores also saw a significant increase in foot traffic.
The region will continue to set up cultural and tourism consumption areas at night and enhance cultural and tourism services so more people can experience the unique Xinjiang.