Warriors Apartment

Building B _Hongcity International Apartment, Bajiaxiang, Xihuamen, Xi'an, Shaanxi, China
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Travelling alone to xi'an safe?

by TANJONGPAGAR

Hi

i am planning a visit xi'an as my first destination in May 2006. Anyone has experience to xi'an alone?

Is it true that pple with AIDS will poke tourist with needle stained with blood? i do not believe this should be happening .......

RE: Travelling alone to xi'an safe?

by TANJONGPAGAR

Reading the forum here, looks like i have heard is not true. Great! It seems May is a peak season. Correct?

RE: Travelling alone to xi'an safe?

by Jorgito_lindo

China is one of the safest countries to visit. I've been there by myself and nothing ever happened. Just beware of crazy drivers.

RE: Travelling alone to xi'an safe?

by ellyse

Avoid the 1st week of May, by all means.

RE: Travelling alone to xi'an safe?

by Jerry144

Yes, AVOID China during the first week of May!! We were in Beijing last year during the first week and it was wall to wall people at the Forbidden City, the Great Wall, and everywhere!! And yes again, it's very sfe.

RE: RE: Travelling alone to xi'an safe?

by tremendopunto

Xian is safe dont worry - even the quarter around the railway station which is full of so called "hairdresser shops" is not too bad - even though I did change my hotel to a hostel in a more relaxed quarter/at the south gate....

RE: Travelling alone to xi'an safe?

by ftho

Need a companion? I am visiting Xian In May as well travelling from Shanghai.

RE: RE: Travelling alone to xi'an safe?

by TANJONGPAGAR

Nice of you and thanks. i have reschedule it due to busy work. May be july or later.

RE: RE: Travelling alone to xi'an safe?

by jcaritas

I'm going to Xi'an too, probably reach there on the 26 May. I'm still in Wuhan now, and will travel there by train. Any travel companion will be great.

I planned to visit Mt. Huashan. Anyone has any info on what's the best way go get there from Xi'an? and is it convenient to go there in the morning and back at night to Xi'an? Thanks for any reply. :-)

RE: RE: Travelling alone to xi'an safe?

by ellyse

You can take either trains or buses to Huashan -- the train is recommended as the buses take forever to fill up (the drivers won't drive off if the bus isn't crammed full)! It'll be a rushed day, but yes, I think it'll be possible to do it in 1 day. Staying overnight would be advised if you want to have a more leisurely experience.

RE: RE: Travelling alone to xi'an safe?

by jcaritas

Thank's Ellyse for your reply. I will consider staying 1 night there then.

RE: RE: Travelling alone to xi'an safe?

by TANJONGPAGAR

i have reschedule to visit on 2nd week of oct 2006, week one to go nine vally gully and if time permits then i will go xi'an too.

Travel Tips for Xi'an

Visit a Xian teahouse and see...

by asantetravel

Visit a Xian teahouse and see the famous magic teapots of Xian. It looks like a normal teapot then you turn it upside-down and water is poured into the bottom. When you turn it right-side up again the water comes out of the spout without spilling. Also try the bitterness/sweetness tea. The tea lives up to the first half of its name, it is very bitter and a little difficult to drink. Once we got it down, we were given hot water in our cups – to our surprise once we drank it, the bitter aftertaste was gone. It was a sweet surprise!

XIAN'S RESTAURANTS
One of...

by SirRichard

XIAN'S RESTAURANTS
One of Xian's specialities are the excellent dumplings. There is a famous restaurant at Jiefang Road. Or then, of course, you could try the food stalls located at Dong Shi Er Dao Xiang (the 12th Lane East.)

Wild Goose Pagoda

by Mairo21

The monk Xuanzang travelled to India upon where he came upon a group of monks. According to the monks, they claimed they were once experiencing a time of famine, so they prayed to Buddha for a sign. All of a sudden, a flock of geese flew overhead, and the head goose was struck down suddenly, dead. And so, the monk Xuanzang returned to Xi'an with Sutras and this story. This pagoda was built in honor of the dead goose. Hence the name Wild Goose Pagoda.

There is a separate fee to climb to the top of the pagoda.

Intriguing

by albaaust

This wood and brick structure was built in 1384 AD during the Ming Dynasty and is located in the middle of Xi’an city at the intersection of North, South, West and East Street. It was moved to this location in the 10th century AD The building was given the name Bell Tower because of the huge bell that hung in the tower. The building covers an area of 1370 m and is 36 m high.

Inside the tower itself are various examples of musical instruments and pottery and other artefacts.Taking photographs within the tower is not permitted. Around the tower are very attractive illustrated red coloured wood carvings of old Chinese stories (see photo)The view from the tower is excellent.

To get to the tower you need to go via one of the subway entrances and follow the signs. Try to time when you go to hear a small group perform traditional music. There is a separate tip on this.
The Bell Tower closes at 5.30pm during the low season.

Wild Goose Pagoda

by solopes

Not exactly a simple temple, but a wide complex with temples, pagodas and gardens.

A detailed visit will take lots of time. If you don’t worry too much about the function and history of each construction, then a couple of hours will do, but be prepared to meander around, or you will take a rather basic idea of the whole.

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Address: Building B _Hongcity International Apartment, Bajiaxiang, Xihuamen, Xi'an, Shaanxi, China