The Times Hotel

No.18 Wenjing Road, Weiyang District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710016, China
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Quake aftershock in Xian?

by chromy77

My wife and I from Brisbane, Australia are planning to visit Xian from June 18th for a few days with relatives from Zhuhai but they have said there is damage from aftershocks and the government is advising people not to go there. Does anyone know the true conditions for Xian as I have not seen anything in the news for the area?
Any reply would be appreciated.
Thanks
Chris

Re: Quake aftershock in Xian?

by crewrower

Chris -

There have been aftershocks there, but damage is really not an issue, especially in the city proper. A couple weeks ago the government was advising that people in Xi'an sleep outdoors at night as a precaution, but things are returning to normal. I think by June 18 travel there will not be an issue at all, to the extent that it even is now.

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Re: Quake aftershock in Xian?

by ellyse

In this case, no news is good news. I don't think Xi'an is really affected much by aftershocks.

Re: Quake aftershock in Xian?

by Oliya11

No. Don't worry

Re: Quake aftershock in Xian?

by Maximilian21

Should be fine by the 18th. Was there a week and a half back and was made to sleep outside of my hotel because the local govt gave an aftershock warning.
Would be unlikely to anything to happen to you however.

Re: Quake aftershock in Xian?

by chromy77

Thanks everyone, your replies have been most helpful.
Chris

Travel Tips for Xi'an

Candy Art - The Finished Product

by urchinn

...and voila! thin hard candy in all kinds of shapes!
(of course the chinese zodiac animals are the ever popular feature here). this is really fascinating to see...i could've stayed there for hours just watching this simple street hawker get creative with just some thick syrup, a slab of cold marble and an ice cream stick :)

Easy Parking

by solopes

We were driven all the time by bus, and couldn't get an idea about parking conditions in Xi'an. However, in contrast with the Great Wall at Beijing, where we had to leave the bus 2 km before arrival, here it was easy to park near the walls door.

Privileges for tourists, rigidly controlled time, or best conditions?

Paper tiger, Clay Army

by SLLiew

One of the modern archaelogical greatest finds is the terra cotta funeral army of life sized warriors and horses and carriages and more.

You walk around enclosed dug out pits of these marvellous clay figures.

Although looking brown, apparently, all the figurines were originally painted with colors.

Go to the nearby museum outside and get a close up picture with a soldier or horse encased in glass.

This tourist archealogical site is a must if you have come so far to visit Xian.

Hua San (Hua Mountain), Pagodas, Museums etc

by Angel_Dust

The scenery was spectacular, it is one of the top 5 mountains in China. It was about 100 Yuan to get to the mountain and climb it. You will have to pay extra for the cable car up to the North Peak. From there you will have to climb if you wanted to go higher. I climbed all the way up. Usually it would take about 4 hours up and 2 hours down (but I did it in about 5 both ways....must be my youth...lol). You can buy yourself medals at each height, or buy locks with your names engraved on it and lock it on the chain on the mountain. It is about 2 hours from the centre of Xi'An.

I have posted more pictures in the travelogue...

Another public park

by Luchonda

Visiting China is often walking through nice open and green common Parks.
A lot of Chinese families are spending their free time in this greens.
Fascinating are the rocks - carved with religious statues. Every statue is telling a story.

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