Datang Jincheng Hotel

No.95 South Guanzheng Street, Beilin District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710068, China
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Haida business hotel

by kyhar

hi,

anyone stayed at this hotel before ? South Street 8, XiAn, Shaanxi Province

Is it at a convenient location ? i cant seem to locate it on the map.

or where can i get a more detailed xian map online ?

Thanks

Re: Haida business hotel

by johnmperry

South Street (Nan jie) is one of the main streets in the city. They start from the Bell Tower, which must be marked. The street names are geographical - Bei jie (North), Dong jie (East) Nan jie(South) Xi jie (West). South street runs down to the south city gate (Nan Men).

I've not stayed there but there are a lot of hotels in that immediate area. A lot of tour buses leave from there.

Re: Haida business hotel

by jasmine_ding

Johnmperry is right. The Haida hotel is located in the city centre, 100m south to the Bell Tower. It's convenient, but it seems that there are not many VTers knowing about it.The map is here http://www.maps-of-china.net/city/xi%27anm.htm

Re: Haida business hotel

by kyhar

Thanks,

so i will probably stay there. any views on the hotel ?

Any idea where hotel ibis is and if its at a convenient location ?

Re: Haida business hotel

by jasmine_ding

Haida Hotel is located on a busiest street. It's convinent. If you prefer a quiet place to stay, you should think about Super 8 Hotel and Ibis Hotel. They are still in the city centre, 10 minute walking to the Bell Tower. But they are not on a main street, maybe it is a little bit complicated to find them, you have to follow the sign.

Re: Haida business hotel

by johnmperry

This moght help
http://www.chinahotelsreservation.com/xian_map/

or this
http://www.accorhotels.com/accorhotels/fichehotel/gb/ibi/6347/pop_situation.shtml

Re: Haida business hotel

by chinaguy

The hotel is located in the golden business area of downtown Xi'an, across the street from the famous Bell Tower. Shopping streets are only minutes away. The museum of the Terracotta Army is 38km away.

Travel Tips for Xi'an

Xi'an Tip

by taoxn

I have been to the Huashan Mountain for three times.
On the first time in May ,1999,i couldn't climbed up it because there were so many tourists on the road.Then in oct,2000, i secceeded at last.
It was so high and steep and the steps were only one metre wide in most places.On the mountaintop,there are many dangerous spots.So if ur are not adventruous
enough ,plece don't go there.

BUS TO TERRACOTA WARRIORS....

by racayadi

If you can pay 200rmb to go from the city to Bing Mayong location... good for you...
if not, go to train station, as you look at the main building, walk to your right about 50 meters and look for bus number 306.... green one...
it costs 7 yuan to get to the parking lot of the Terracota Warriors site, you see a bit of the city and save bundles that you can spend eating some good stuff.....
you go to the same place once you are done to head back to the city, paying only 14rmb in total!!!

it is all about choices!

Terracotta Army

by simcard

This place is real amazing and it is definitely in the must-see list.

I am going to skip the introduction as u can easily google it for professional introduction.. but I would love to share a some little story instead..

On the way to the terracotta army, my driver told me an interesting story. As this place was discovered by a few local farmers who were not even educated to read or write, however, they are the admin officers now for this museum. When Bill Clinton visited here, he was so amazed by the story how this place was discovered, he asked one of the farmers for signature. As this farmer didn't even know how to write his name, he put three circles there. Bill Clinton was confused and not that pleased when he saw that, but his clever interpreter explained to him that that's how the local people show respect by drawing circles. So Bill was finally very pleased looking at the three circles he got.. could this be real?

Banpo Neilithic Village

by Yso

Banpo is included in the East City Tour conducted by CITS along with the Wild Goose Pagoda, the Hot Springs and the Warriors.

Banpo is frankly not worth visiting. It was the oldest on site museum in China (the exhibiyion hall was built over the excavations). Unfortunately it was porrly maintained following its construction in the 50's and so, during heavy rains a couple of years ago, the main buildings flooded and have had to be destroyed. New buildings are being constructed in 2004, but at the moment all you can see is a couple of rrom s containing neolithic pottery - not very thrilling

Muslim Quarter

by darthmilmo

Once you have digested the Great Mosque, why not digest some beer and Muslim food at the Muslim district. The best time to eat in this district is at night when hundreds of hole-in-the-wall restaurants open their doors to its many clients. Just follow the crowd into the most popular places and enjoy a huge feast at inexpensive prices. Of course, there is more to do in the Quarter than eat, there are many shops with interesting bargains :).

Story behind the picture: A friend and former colleage of mine told me how the chinese used bikes to drag all sorts of heavy stuff, including refrigerators. I took it as a joke, but beleive me, it is no joke :). The Chinese use the bicicle to haul all sort of heavy and strange stuff!

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