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Benevolent Sishiku

Benevolent Sishiku

3.7/511 Reviews
Dafosi Grottoes

Dafosi GrottoesNearby City

4.3/573 Reviews
Historical Site
Dafosi Grottoes is located at the foot of Mount Qingliang in Binxian County, Xianyang. It was built in the second year of the Zhenguan period during the Tang Dynasty (628 AD). Dafo Temple was originally named Qingshou Temple. The cave of the cliff was used to make stone statues, and over 1000 statues of different sizes have been made. Tang Emperor Li Shiming had it built for the soldiers who perished in the Chenzhou Qianshuiyuan Battle. It is now a Major Historical and Cultural Site Protected at the National Level.
Kaiyuan Temple Tower

Kaiyuan Temple TowerNearby City

4.6/533 Reviews
Ancient Pagoda
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.
Muslim Quarter

Muslim QuarterNearby City

4.2/511,829 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Open all day (Local time)
Huimin Street is an old Muslim neighborhood with a history dating back centuries ago. It has a distinct Muslim culture and a vibrant food culture, making it a paradise for food lovers. Huimin Street is not just a single street. It is a collective name for the whole Muslim District. It consists of Beiyuan Gate, North Guangji Street, Xiyangshi and Dapiyuan Street. It is also known as “Muslim Quarter” and “Fang Shang”. The district also houses a number of old local restaurants: Jia San Guan Soup Buns and Lao Mi Jia Soaked Bread etc. You can also eat almost all of Xi’an delicacies here: various kebabs, bread and mutton soup, soup buns, spicy goat trotters, and cold skin noodles etc.
Bell Tower of Xi'an

Bell Tower of Xi'anNearby City

4.5/56,883 Reviews
Historical Architecture
On-season (March 26-October 25) 8:30-21:00, ticket sales stopped at 20:30, closed at 21:00; off-season (October 26 - March 25) 8:30- 18:00, ticket sales stopped at 17:30, closed at 18:00 (Local time)
Xi'an Bell Tower is a relatively complete clock tower in China. It was built in the era of Zhu Yuanzhang in the Ming Dynasty and has a history of more than 600 years. As one of the landmarks of the ancient city, the clock tower is located at the center of Xi'an. It radiates into four streets in the east, south, west and north, and connects with the four gates of the east, south, west and north of the Xi'an city wall. The lower part of the bell tower is a square base. The top is covered with dark green glazed tiles, and the apex is wrapped in authentic gold. Against the backdrop of the night lights, the entire clock tower is stunningly beautiful.
Grand Tang Dynasty Ever-bright City

Grand Tang Dynasty Ever-bright CityNearby City

4.7/5634 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Open all day (Local time)
Grand Tang Dynasty Ever-bright City is located between the Giant Wild Goose Pagoda and Tang Paradise, full of Tang stylistic elements. Ever-bright City's Central Axis View Avenue is a 1,500-meter central and sculptured pedestrian street that runs from the north and south. It is surrounded by nine groups of themed groups such as the emperor, historical figures, heroic stories, and classic works of art, offering three-dimensional representations of the Tang Dynasty's supremacy in the fields of religion, art, science and technology and to highlight the great country.
Gaojia Courtyard

Gaojia CourtyardNearby City

4.4/51,563 Reviews
Historical Architecture
8:30-22:30 (Local time)
This hundred-year courtyard in the center of Xi’an is a brick-and-wood structure courtyard that began construction at the end of the Ming dynasty. It was not until the Emperor Qianlong's reign during the Qing Dynasty that the main project was completed. The entire construction process took more than one hundred years. Nowadays, this ancient courtyard has been opened to tourists. The wood carvings and brick sculptures in the courtyard are exquisite and delicately carved. If you like ancient residences, this will surely satisfy your needs. Inside the courtyard, you can also choose to watch a unique Shaanxi shadow puppet show and listen to authentic local dialects for a while.
Little Wild Goose Pagoda (Jianfu Temple)

Little Wild Goose Pagoda (Jianfu Temple)Nearby City

4.5/51,537 Reviews
Ancient Pagoda
9:00-17:00. Closed on Tuesdays (except statutory holidays) and New Year's Eve, open for the rest of the year. (Local time)
The Little Wild Goose Pagoda is located on the grounds of the Jianfu Temple. Built 1,300 years ago, it is one of the few Tang Dynasty era pagodas still in existence today. The pagoda has its name because it is so similar in shape and form to the Big Wild Goose Pagoda. The Little Wild Goose Pagoda was originally built to promote fundamental Buddhism, the study and translation of original Buddhist scripture, and to house the precious Buddhist scriptures which were arduously brought to Xi'An all the way from India. Within the temple, there is a large cast iron bell from the Jin Dynasty which is over 800 years old. During the Qing Dynasty, the bell was rung every day in the early hours of the morning. It is known as the famous Wild Goose Pagoda Morning Bell. At the base of the pagoda are many beautiful stone carvings. Visitors who enjoy folk culture and fine art should absolutely not pass up the opportunity to take a look.
Yongxing Lane

Yongxing LaneNearby City

4.4/5256 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Yongxing Lane is another destination for snacks in Xi'an City other than Huimin Street. It was one of the 108 lanes of Chang'an City in the Tang Dynasty. Nowadays, it is a place filled with local food shops in Xi'an. Many tourists would come here to enjoy local cuisine, including meat sandwiches and rice husks. is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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