Tang Paradise Travel Tips

On August 19, 2011, in Other Places of Interest, Temples, Tours, Travel Info, Xi'an, by Jack Li

Tang Paradise has set a number of records and there is the largest water performance in the world. It is the first five sense theme park (sense of visual, auditory, tactile, olfactory and gustatory). It also has the largest outdoor perfuming project. The Tang Paradise is the largest royal buildings. When people arrive at Xi’an, […]

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China’s ‘Four Beauties’

There is much more to Chinese history than the Revolution of the 20th Century. Ancient Chinese history is indeed fascinating and at the centre of the dynastic eras lies the ‘Four Beauties of China.’ These women were renouned for their beauty, but unfortunately there are few historical records that dictate their lives. However much of […]

Female Culture Zone

On August 19, 2011, in Museums, Other Places of Interest, Xi'an, by Jack Li

The Female Culture Zone is located in the north bank of Furong Pond. The Traditional Chinese Painting of Beautiful Women Museum and Caixia Pavilion are the representatives of the Female Culture Zone and demonstrate the Dang Dynasty style. The women in the Dang Dynasty brave and competed the world with men. The Wangchun House is […]

Water Performance Zone

On August 19, 2011, in Lakes, Nightlife, Other Places of Interest, Xi'an, by Jack Li

Water Performance Zone is on the lake in front of Guanlan Platform of Ziyun Building. It is a world-class modern landscape and there are water-screen film, musical fountain and laser flame mine mist. The largest water-screen film is 20 meters wide and 120 meters high. The water spring up quickly through the high-pressure pump and […]

Singing and Dancing Zone

On August 19, 2011, in Activities, Other Places of Interest, Xi'an, by Jack Li

The Fengmingjiutian Theater in the Sing and Dancing Zone is a modern theater with the royal style of the Tang Dynasty (618–907). The Fengmingjiutian Theater is in the south of the Ziyun Masion. The name Fengmingjiutian in Chinese means the Phoenix singing in the heaven. The theater is splendid and magnificent. The leading and traditional […]

Royal Cultural Zone

The Royal Cultural Zone is famous for the Ziyun Mansion, which is a national landmark building. The magnificent Ziyun Mansion shows that the authorities of the Tang Dynasty (618–907) were very strong, powerful and solid. According to records, the Ziyun Mansion was built in the 14th  year during the Kaiyuan Era. Every time when the […]

Tang Paradise (Datang Furongyuan)

On August 19, 2011, in Activities, Other Places of Interest, Xi'an, by Jack Li

The Tang Paradise is near the Goose Pagoda in the Qujiang new district of Xi An, Shaanxi. Shaanxi was a famous capital in ancient China. The Tang Paradise is a first modern large-scale imperial garden to show the life of the Tang Dynasty (618–907). In the past, the Tang Paradise was a well-known imperial garden. […]

Mount Cuihua Travel Tips

On August 19, 2011, in Other Places of Interest, Tours, Travel Info, Xi'an, by Jack Li

Mount Cuihua was originally called Mount Taiyi after Taiyizhenren, a Taoist God that reputedly once stayed in the mountain. The natural scenic spot of Mount Cuihua is located on the north side of the Qinling Mountain Range about 23 km south of the City of Xi An. The mountainous region is 2,132 metres above sea […]

Broken Peaks and Severed Cliffs

On August 19, 2011, in Mountain Areas, Other Places of Interest, Xi'an, by Jack Li

Mount Cuihua and Mount Ganqiu are the most severely damaged mountains in the Mount Cuihua scenic area. Mount Cuihua stands 1,414 metres above sea level and is surrounded by peak remains left after landslides. These remains are of medium sizes with pointed peaks sticking up into the sky, which forms a unique granite peak ridge […]

The Colluvial Deposits and the Boulders

On August 18, 2011, in Lakes, Other Places of Interest, Xi'an, by Jack Li

The Colluvial deposits beside the Ganqiu Lake and the Shuiqiu Lake can amount to 300 million cubic metres, and is made up of huge boulders that tumbled down the cliffs during landslides. One gigantic boulder is 60 metres in length, 40 in width and 30 in height. Some of the locals build their houses directly […]

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