Asian Kitchen is a restaurant in the Pamukkale area of Denizli, Turkey. The cook is Taiwanese, but that does not stop the restaurant from serving a wide variety of Asian foods including Korea, Japanese, Chinese, and fusions.
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Most people come to Denizli to visit Pamukkale and Hierapolis during the summer (June-October) mostly because the weather is warm, but this does not mean Pamukkale is not fun to visit in the winter.
Yildirim Hotel Denizli is happy to be ranked #1 on Tripadvisor in Denizli, the closest city to Pamukkale. There are many hotels around Pamukkale, but their quality is generally quite low, and there is little else to see other than Hierapolis. Consider staying in Denizli to get a feel for the local culture, restaurants, and live entertainment.
Pamukkale is open from
April – October 09:00 to 19:00
November – March: 08:00 to 17:00
Buldan is one of many villages in the Denizli region, and can make a very pleasant day trip to see the natural vegetable sellers, textiles, and village products for sale.
A lot of people wonder which is better, to stay in Pamukkale or Denizli to visit the travertines and historic city at Hierapolis. The answer to this question really depends on what you are hoping to get from your stay.
There are several major bus companies, and some smaller companies, who offer services to Denizli from all of the major cities in Turkey including
The ancient city is within Medet Village’s border, which is 10 km northwest of Tavas Town. The city center was situated mostly on the north where the city walls were. Herakleia Salbace was located on the Phrygia-Caria Border on Mt. Babadag’s southern foothills which overlook the Tavas Plain. It’s known as Karia City. Aphrodisias and Caria Cities are next to each other and the natural border is the Tmelos (Kirpinar) Creek. The river god was Tmelos in both cities. Herakleia is the modern city of its period and its neighbors were Aphrodisias on the west, Apollonia and Tabae on the south, Sebastopolis and Kidramos on the southeast. Important ruins include Roman Period city walls and a stadium.