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Xi’an Travel Guide

Xi'an Travel Guide

In China, there’s no city that’s more historic than Xi’an. As the oldest ancient city, it has a history of over 3,000 years and has witnessed 13 famous dynasties(such as the Han and Tang dynasties)throughout China’s history. Xi’an is like an elderly man who was brought up with Chinese civilization and culture. Xi’an was not only the original starting point of the Silk Road, but was also one of the four major ancient civilization capitals. The historic pioneer, Emperor Qin Shi Huang, united China for the first time and left the most extraordinary finding of the 20th century—the Terracotta Army. No matter how many years pass by, Xi’an always shines in China’s historical sky. 

Top 10 Facts about the Terracotta Army

The Terracotta Army is very mysterious and we have various questions about it: Why did Emperor Qin Shi Huang build such a large-scale tomb? Are these terracotta warriors all the same? Where is the Terracotta Army? Don’t be puzzled, here are all the answers for you. 1.    What Is the Terracotta Army? Thousands of pottery...
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Top 10 Facts about Xi’an: History, Culture, Lifestyle, and Travel Tips

The Terracotta Army is the most representative calling card of Xi’an. You may not know where Xi’an is but you will have heard of this famous attraction. However, if you want to explore Xi’an in depth and discover 5,000 years of Chinese civilization, you should learn about it from all sides, including its history, culture,...
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Xi’an Nightlife: Snacks, Night Sceneries, Night Markets, Shows, and Night Clubs

How can you spend your nights in Xi’an? After exploring the site of the Terracotta Army or other attractions during the day, the Xi’an nightlife should be a different and relaxing experience. Taste some representative snacks, hang out at the night markets and go shopping for souvenirs, admire the beautiful night views, and then watch...
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Top 10 Foods/Snacks You Can’t Miss in Xi’an

Xi’an was once the  capital of China during 13 dynasties. Xi’an not only has a proud history but its fancy foods can satisfy your fastidious taste buds. Dining like a native and discovering the most delicious Xi’an food is a must-do experience. Don’t get entangled with so many tasty snacks — we have listed the...
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The Muslim Quarter: Souvenirs, Snacks, and the Kind Muslim People

Located near Xi’an City Wall, Xi’an Bell Tower, and Xi’an Drum Tower, the Muslim Quarter has a different flavor to the rest of the city with a local cultural and ethnic atmosphere. Since the Western Han Dynasty (206 BC – 9 AD), when the Silk Road began to be formed, many Arab traders migrated to...
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Top 10 Things to Do in Xi’an

Xi’an has a history of over 5,000 years and is regarded as the most representative ancient city in China. It’s not only famous for its long and glorious history but is also popular for its well-known underground treasure: the Terracotta Army. Xi’an is an interesting city and has a strong cultural atmosphere. Slow your pace...
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Tangbo Art Museum — a Gathering Place for Local Folk Arts

Visiting museums is the best way to understand Xi’an, particularly as there are a number of collections from the Tang Dynasty (618–907). Different from Shaanxi History Museum, Tangbo Art Museum is a heavenly place for art lovers as it displays representative local folk arts and ancient Chinese paintings. There, you can not only discover Chinese...
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Shaanxi History Museum — Exhibitions, Collections, and Visiting Tips

Located in the northwest of the ancient Chinese capital, Xi’an, Shaanxi History Museum displays a microscopic picture of all the highlights throughout Chinese history. There are 1,717,950 cultural relics in Shaanxi History Museum, dating from ancient times to 1840. Full of ancient splendor and glamorous historic relics, the museum makes visitors curious to learn about...
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Big Wild Goose Pagoda — the Largest and Earliest Tang-Style Tower

It’s said: “one who fails to reach Big Wild Goose Pagoda has not been to Xi’an“. As one of the most remarkable highlights of Xi’an, Big Wild Goose Pagoda is the largest and earliest example of a Tang-style pagoda. It has witnessed the fusion of Chinese and Buddhist cultures while condensing the wisdom of the...
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