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We are sorry, ACCV2009 won't set up any excursion / social tours. For sightseeing, you could contact with Shaanxi ZhongLv holiday Travel Co., Ltd.


Email: songrongfei@126.com

Fax: 86-29-87264491

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Museum of the Terracotta Warriors and Horses of Qin Shihuang

The Terracotta Warriors and Horses represent perhaps the most popular attraction of the entire Shaanxi region. The well-known Museum of the Terracotta Warriors and Horses of Qin Shihuang is located east of Emperor Qin's Mausoleum, which covers a total area of 20 hectares. It has been built over three pits containing approximately 8000 clay warriors and horses, and more than 10000 bronze weapons. In 1987, the Emperor Qin's Mausoleum was put on the list of the UNESCO as a world-class cultural heritage site.

The website here http://www.bmy.com.cn/template/gzb/index_en.aspx

Banquet at Tang Dynasty Theatre Restaurant

The Tang Dynasty Restaurant brings together, in the form of modern song and dance, all in the rich history and cultural heritage of Xi'an . Here victors can sample this cultural experience in an atmosphere befitting the emperors of Tang (618-907 AD). To accompany this traditional Chinese folk dance and music performance, a sumptuous menu, fusion of East and West, will be offered. Although based on the ever-populor subtleties of Cantonese cuisine, the spices inherited from those early traders provide a unique blend with traditional dishes to enliven the taste buds of every guest.

The website here http://www.xiantangdynasty.com/

Big Wild Goose Pagoda

The Big Wild Goose Pagoda is closely associated to the Buddhist relics. In the third year of the Reign of Yong Hui (652A.D), Master Xuan Zang built this pagoda to house the Buddhist scriptures and the Buddhist relics he brought back from the west. According to THE BIOGRAPHY OF THE MASTER OF BUDDHISM , Master Xuan Zang brought back 150 relics of the flesh and a box of relics of the bone, the number of which was not specified. In the description of the construction of the pagoda in this book, it is said that every story of the pagoda housed about either 1000, or 2000, or 10,000 Buddhist relics at its center. Later during the Reign of Chang'an by Empress Wu Zetian, she had the pagoda reconstructed and the whereabouts of the relics were not mentioned in any of the historical records. In spite of the effort of Master Xuan Zang to get the Buddhist relics to China , whether they were put away somewhere or whether they were lost remains a mystery in the history forever.

The website here http://www.xiandayanta.com/

Tang Paradise

Tang Paradise, designed by expert Mr. Zhang Jinqiu, member of Chinese Academy of Engineering, is a cultural theme park of Royal Park wholly unveiling Tang's style and features in the relic of original royal garden. Tang Paradise supplies a full view of Tang's society in vast aspects such as politics, economy, culture, business and entertainment.

The website here http://www.tangparadise.cn/