Shaanxi Tourism & Travel Guide

3 Days
The city of terracotta warriors

Few weeks back I visited Xi'an, the capital of Shaanxi province in China. Xi'an is one of the old...

4 Days
Xian & Mt Huasahan

   Mt Huashan was a result of my search for best natural places to visit; the time i...


I traveled to China with a lot of inhibitions and worries. Would I find anything to eat? Would th...

Sankhadeep Saha
12 Days
China Travel | Terracotta Army, City Wall & Flight to Shanghai | X'ian | Vacation Episode - 6/12

Episode - 6 On our way from Beijing to Shanghai, we decided to make a stop over at ancient ...

Nomad Sam
7 Days
Long way home - Part IV - Ulan Bator to Lhasa: The Gobi desert and the great Firewall of China!  

In April-May 2016, My wife Beena and I, traveled from London to Siliguri (India), mainly by train...

Yubanaswa Chakraborty
31 Days
The Great China Loop

YuYuan Garden, ShanghaiShanghai-Bejing Overnight TrainWaitan - Shanghai SkylineTian'anmen Square,...

Mayank Shrivastava

About Shaanxi

The Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses are the most significant archeological excavations of the 20th century and was one mammoth construction that took up to 11 years for completion. History lover non history lover, this historic site is a must visit in everybody’s itinerary who tours in China. Life size terracotta figures of warriors and horses arranged in battle formations are the star features at the museum. They are replicas of what the imperial guard should look like in those days of pomp and vigour. The stories crafted around the terracotta warriors are gripping and enticing. It is one of the most sensational archaeological finds of all time and its grandeur is inexplicable.

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