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Discover Xi'an's historical wonders

Xi’an is a historical and cultural city that's home to one of the eight wonders of the world – the Terracotta Army. More tourist attractions and famous places in Xi'an, China await, such as the Xi'an Bell Tower and beautiful scenery.


Huaqing Palace

Huaqing Palace, a series of pleasant hot springs at the foot of Lishan Mountain, is a National Cultural Relic and one of China's Hundred Famous Gardens. Located just five minutes from the resort, the hot springs boast a history spanning approximately 2,500 years and have made Huaqing Palace a choice home for ancient emperors.


Giant Wild Goose Pagoda

Climb up the Giant Wild Goose Pagoda, a monumental Buddhist pagoda located in southern Xi'an. Learn how this ancient building became a top tourist attraction in Xi'an, as well as a National Key Cultural Relic Preserve and World Heritage Site.

Emperor Qin's Terracotta Warriors & Horses

Visit a world wonder just 15 minutes from our hotel. Walk through an impressive army of 8,099 life-sized Terracotta warriors. Learn more about the First Qin Emperor and find out how this army was discovered in 1974.


Xi'an City Wall

One of the oldest, largest and best-preserved city walls in China, Xi'an's city wall is more than a showcase of ancient Chinese architects’ wisdom and knowledge; it is also a precious source for the study of Chinese military and architectural history. The Wall is wide and spacious enough for riding bicycles and group activities.


Jia Pingwa Cultural Museum of Art

This local cultural museum is just a few minutes from Angsana Xi’an Lintong. Whether you are interested in a ceramics class or just a walk-through, it will be an enriching time for you.

More Attractions

Built during the early Ming Dynasty, the Bell Tower in Xi'an is an important landmark in the geographical centre of the ancient capital.

Find out more about the origins of mankind and the ways of life along the Yellow River in Neolithic China.

Xi'an's Muslim Street (Huímín Jiē) is the epicentre of the city's Muslim community, dating back to the days of the Silk Road. It offers a fascinating glimpse into one of China's largest ethnic groups.

Hua Mountain near Xi'an is one of China’s Five Sacred Daoist Mountains. It rises up to 2,160 metres at its South Peak.

An important part of the Huaqing Palace area, the Li Mountains contain numerous cultural relics, including beacon towers, Old Mother Hall, Laojun Palace, and Bingjian Pavilion, among other famous attractions.

Built in the architectural style of the Tang Dynasty, Shaanxi History Museum is home to more than 370,000 items from Chinese prehistory and imperial dynasties. This includes murals, paintings, pottery, and coins, as well as bronze, gold, and silver artefacts.


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