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Hi, is anyone know if there is bus to be taken from the Hua Shan train station to Hua Shan? If there is, what is the bus line number? Please give me some detail about this route. Can I store my luggages at the Hua Shan visitor center? Thanks.
Besides, if I want to take bus from Xian to Hua Shan, what is the bus number? Where can I take this bus from?
Thanks a lot.
Re: Hua Shan
I.there are bus just on the peak seaon of tourists ,the bus can catch at train station.
2.on the other time,No direct bus from Xi'an to Huashan,just to a county,named Huayin(around 5km away to Huashan from this county.
3.No bus number,just chinese character.Xi'an(西安)---Huashan(华山).
4.you have to take bus to a county firstly,and then take a taxi to Huashan.(just only 20rmb for taxi to Huashan from this county).
5.around 120km away from Xi'an to Huashan.
6.many bus from Xi'an to this county every day.
7.I'm a local people here,if you need any information.mail to me any time.
Have a good time in China for every one.
Travel Tips for Xi'an
This army of 6000 warriors defends the tomb of the first China Emperor, Shi Huangdi (3° century JC). Each of them is an individual because the heads are made separatly and put on the bodies. The features of each are original and may be true. There are 4 buildings to visit : the Chariots Builing, the Sites 1, 2 & 3. The largest is the Site 2 with the army. IMPORTANT : it is now allowed to take photographes. The main attraction has still to be discovered : the tomb. We already know what we will see : a sarcophagus floating on a river of mercury, in the middle of treasures, with the skeletons of the Emperor's wifes and of the workers (so, the secret is kept), all in a palace. Currently, the tomb is under a hill and the Chinese people wait to have time and means to make the research.
Overnight train - Shanghai to Xian
A very inexpensive way of traveling throughout China is to catch the overnight train services.
The ticket from Shanghai to Xian was approx 50 Yuan (US$8.00 in July 2008) and represented the transport and accommodation costs.
The trip took 16 hours, the compartments sleep 6, the beds are very comfortable and the trip proved to be hassle free. (For the cheap cost of the ticket you can always book out the entire compartment!!)
When you choose to take the overnight train I would suggest packing food and drinks for both dinner and breakfast. (And perhaps a few snacks.)
Anne and I took 5 overnight trains in China and we chose to either eat with the “locals” in the dining car or to purchase fresh fruit, drinks or pre cooked meals from the “snack” trolley that comes along at regular intervals.
We found that eating in the dining car was fun as we laughed and joked with the locals, drank beers and played cards.
Xi'an Great Mosque
it's locate at Musline quarter, takes 15 minutes by walk from ShuYuan youth hostel. when i finish my perfect lunch at Musline street and just walk around the area, i step into this quiet and nice place. it was set up at Tang Dynasty, since then has been rebuilt for sevearl times.
There is a beautiful renovated Daoist Temple just outside the city wall of Xian, in the east of the city. It has big halls and quite corners. There are some resident Daoist Monchs and I talked to one of them. He was 24 years old, had lived in the temple since 5 years and was very happy, that he could lead a religious live in this beautiful temple.
IN 1980 two large chariots weere discovered . They were encased in a wooden crate for over 2000 years . They are half sized detailed replics of an Emperor's Chariot and thought to be intended for his use in the afterlife. They are a pretty impressive sight!
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