Terra-cotta Warriors
The Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses are the most significant archeological excavations of the 20th century. Work is ongoing at this site, which is around 1.5 kilometers east of Emperor Qin Shi Huang’s Mausoleum.

Xian Ancient City Wall
The Ancient City Walls were built in the period 1374 to 1378. They were placed on the foundaion of the wall around the TangDynasty (618-907) .

Big Wild Goose Pagoda (Dayan Ta)
As the symbol of the old-line Xian, Big Wild Goose Pagoda is a well-preserved ancient building and a holy place for Buddhists.

Tang Dynasty Dance and Music Show
Tang Dynasty Dance and Music Show is a wonderful performance regarding the dances and music of ancient Tang Dynasty. This is an activity that you must not miss when you visit Xi’an.

Tomb of Emperor Qinshihuang
Tomb of Emperor Qinshihuang or sometimes known as Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor is the tomb of the first emperor of China.

Imperial Dumpling Banquet
Dumpling can be considered as one of the most common dish among the Chinese. Especially during some celebratory occasions, dumpling will surely be served as one of the cuisine such as during the reunion dinner of Chinese Spring Festival.

Mount Huashan
Mount Huashan which located within Shaanxi Province, about 100 kilometers to the east of Xian is one of the Five Sacred Taoist Mountains in China.

Great Mosque of Xian
The Great Mosque of Xian is the largest as well as the best preserved ancient Islamic mosques throughout China. The mosque was built primarily in the Ming Dynasty and a lot of Chinese architectural elements had been synchronized into the architecture of mosque.

Xian Bell Tower
Xian Bell Tower which was built within the reign of first emperor of Ming Dynasty, Emperor Zhu Yuanzhang in year 1384 as a way to dominate the surrounding countryside and provide early warning of attack by rival rulers, is located right in the city center of Xian.

Aiqinhai Royal Restaurant
Huaqing Aegean restaurant or Aiqinhai Royal Restaurant is located at Northeast of Xian city.

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