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Bailuyuan Film City

Bailuyuan Film City

4.6/5358 Reviews
Film Studio
9:00-18:00 Bailuyuan Bigger Parent-child Farm Hours: 10:00-17:30 (Local time)
Bailuyuan Film and Television City is a large city built on the blueprint of the noval "Bailuyuan" (White Deer Plain) written by famous writer Chen Zhongshi. In Bailuyuan Film and Television City, visitors can learn about the authentic architecture, history and culture of Shaanxi. Visitors can also enjoy a variety of performances including "Two Tigers Keeping Changan" and "Guanzhong Earthquake". In the City, many shooting sites of films and TV series were preserved to present a vivid demonstration of historical events happened in Shaanxi.
Emperor Qinshihuang's Mausoleum Site Museum

Emperor Qinshihuang's Mausoleum Site MuseumNearby City

4.6/558,800 Reviews
March 16th - November 15th 8:30-18:00 (ticket sales ended at 17:00); November 16th - March 15th of the following year 8:30-17:30 (ticket sales ended at 16:30) (Local time)
The Museum of Qin Terracotta Warriors and Horses, also known as the Terracotta Army, is located about 1.5 kilometers east of the Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor and forms part of the extensive necropolis. There were more than a thousand terracotta soldiers unearthed here, each with a different facial expression. Standing before the massive underground army, you will feel the extraordinary might of the Qin Emperor that enabled him to unify six warring states two thousand years ago. The Qin Emperor Ying Zheng began building the mausoleum for himself at the age of 13. Nearly 720000 men and 38 years were required to complete this vast project.
Tangyu Beshuiwan Hot Spring

Tangyu Beshuiwan Hot Spring

4.4/589 Reviews
Hot Spring
9:00-22:30 (Local time)
Tangyu Beshuiwan Hot Spring is located in the Tangyu Hot Spring Tourism Resort. Since the Han Dynasty, hot springs have been developed here. There are facilities such as Tianyuan Difang Pool, Sauna, Slate Bath, Wufu Pool, etc. to meet your needs. (Translator's Note: The official translations of the attractions do not make sense, so the translator provided her own translation) In addition to hot springs, there are also Barbeque Bar, Taibai Bar, Tangsheng Theater, Folk Restaurant, etc.
Shuilu Nunnery

Shuilu Nunnery

4.4/591 Reviews
Wangchuan Karst Cave

Wangchuan Karst Cave

4.2/538 Reviews
The Wangchuan Karst Cavern is situated in the Lantian Town of Xi'an CIty within the Wangchuan territory and is divided into the Lingyun Cave and Xishui Cave, which contain a large number of stalagmites and stalactites, as well as over 40 painted clay sculptures that showcase the rich Taoist culture in the area. Legend has it that Han Xiangzi, one of the Eight Immortals in Taoist mythology, attained enlightenment and ascension here, and hence the cavern became revered as the 55th sacred ground of Taoism. Between the fifth to seventh days of the second lunar month every year, pilgrims gather here to participate in grand religious activities.
Huaqing Pool

Huaqing PoolNearby City

4.4/512,789 Reviews
Historical Site
High season (March 1st - November 30th) 7:00-19:00, Low season (December 1st - February 29th) 7:30-18:00, "Xuanjing Changsheng Temple" Experience Hall in the scenic area Free opening hours are 9:00-16:30 daily (equipment overhaul every Tuesday morning, open from 13:00-16:30) (Local time)
The Huaqing Palace on the outskirts of Xi'an has been a hot spring bathing resort since ancient times and was also where the Xi'an Incident took place. During Emperor Xuanzong's reign in Tang Dynasty, it was a bathing place for the royal family and court ministers. Now, you can visit the royal pools of Tang Xuanzong and Yang Guifei, named Lotus Pool and Haitang Pool respectively. In 1936, the Xi'an Incident took place and changed China's destiny. In the southern part of the scenic spot, the “five halls” of Chiang Kai-shek’s old residential site were preserved intact, and the bullet marks of the fierce battle are still left on the walls.
Caiwenji Memorial Hall

Caiwenji Memorial Hall

4.3/528 Reviews
Memorial Hall
Tang Dynasty Furong Garden

Tang Dynasty Furong GardenNearby City

4.3/514,721 Reviews
9:00-22:00 ( site cleared at 21:30 ) (Local time)
The Tang Dynasty Furong Garden located on the southeast side of Giant Wild Goose Pagoda, was built on the site of the original Furong Garden in the Tang Dynasty. With Furong Lake as the geographical center, Ziyun Tower, Luyu Tea House, Fengming Nineteenth Theatre and many other attractions surround the lake. This place showcases large-scale replicas of Tang-era buildings. Here, you can enjoy the magnificence of Tang buildings, appreciate the beautifully-lit scenery, and watch musicals in the style of the Tang Dynasty.
Fortifications of Xi'an

Fortifications of Xi'anNearby City

4.6/521,532 Reviews
Historical Site
8:00-24:00 (Local time)
Xi'an City Wall is a landmark of this ancient city. The city walls that we see now were built in the early years of the Ming dynasty and they are now more than 600 years old. The walls were built on the foundations of the imperial city of the Tang Dynasty and they are formed together with a series of defensive installments such as moats and turrets. At present, Xi’an City Wall can be accessed by many city gates. Visitors can choose the nearest one to them. The South Gate is the visitor entrance of Xi’an City and is also the city gate with more tourists. Cycling on the ancient walls is a good experience. Riding on the wall overlooking the ancient capital of the thirteenth dynasty, you will have a feeling of travelling through time.
Shaanxi History Museum

Shaanxi History MuseumNearby City

4.6/521,003 Reviews
9:00-17:30. Closed on Mondays, except for public holiday. (Local time)
The Shaanxi History Museum is a good place to learn about ancient Chinese civilization. The museum houses bronze artifacts from the Shang and Zhou dynasties, gold and silver artifacts of the Han and Tang dynasties, and Tang dynasty murals, of which a large portion of them are treasures of the Han and Tang period. The Beast-Head-Shaped Agate Cup, the Silver Pot with Design of A Horse Dancing and Holding A Cup in Its Mouth, and the “Huang Hou Zhi Xi” are cultural artifacts that the country has prohibited from leaving the country and can only be seen in the Shaanxi History Museum. is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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