Xian Titan Times Hotel

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No.360 West Huan Cheng Road, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710082, China
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Price of taxi from Airport

by beckygreer

Can anyone give an approximate cost by taxi from airport to downtown Xian? What about limo costs? Thank you.

Re: Price of taxi from Airport

by DSwede

Did you visit the Xi'an pages for information:

When I visited, the black taxis at the airport wanted to charge ~150 RMB.
If you walked out of the airport a few hundred meters, the standard taxi would charge ~100 RMB.

Why do you not want to take the bus to from the airport to the city center & Drum Tower? Bus is 25 RMB. This is what I did and found it very easy. Tickets are easily purchased at the airport upon arrival.

Re: Price of taxi from Airport

by ellyse

Roughly 100-120 RMB depending on traffic conditions.

Re: Price of taxi from Airport

by albaaust

Agree with previous.. catch the airport bus..much easier and cheaper.

Re: Price of taxi from Airport

by chinaguy

Xi'an Xianyang International Airport (IATA: XIY) is located 40 km northwest of the city centre, in Xianyang.
The rate for the normal (green) taxis is ¥6 for the first two kilometers and then ¥1.5 for every additional kilometer. Waiting times longer than 2 minutes will be charged ¥1.5 per minute. After 11PM the starting price is ¥7. At the airport and around some of the big hotels you might also find black taxis. They charge ¥2.4 per kilometer.

Travel Tips for Xi'an

GUILIN is a pretty funny...


GUILIN is a pretty funny place- not fun- just funny. It's really trying to 'modernize,' but deep down it is a typical old Chinese city trying to get by. The food there was great - and real cheap.
And there are lots of great, giant signs to practice your Chinese.

Take the rickshaw

by K.Knight

Anne wanted a go "on this little number" to get us back to the hotel. We missed out in Beijing, so not wanting pass up an opportunity, we hopped in.

Compared to a taxi, they are not very cheap and they are certainly not as safe! Taking us from the Drum Tower and the Muslim Quarter back to our motel turned out to be an adventure in itself.

We bartered the price of 25 YUAN and jumped in. The engine roared to life, as did the driver, and I don’t think the horn stopped blasting for the entire trip. We passed by the locals so close, and at such speed, that I am sure that skin was removed from some elbows.

The driver then stopped suddenly, in the middle of town, and said “can’t go further, police. You get out here!” Luckily we were only 2 blocks from the motel!

Still can't find the actual location...

by sourbugger

It was only in the 1970's that some local farmers whilst sorting out a new well stumbled across a truely amazing discovery.

Thirty years on the excavations are still going apace, with four pits currently discovered (the fourth one is empty). The actual location of the emperor himself still remains to be found (officially at least). It is said that the people who buried him were sealed in the tomb with him, thus making it less likely that his location would be revealed - and it seems to have worked. I bet that they never that particular piece of information on their job description.

To get to that point of burial took up to 700,000 workers nearly 40 years of hard toil. I suspect that such an enterprise must have put a severe strain on the ecomonic system at the time.

The experience of looking at the vast terracotta army in the hanger-like sheds built to protect and show them off was, without doubt, impressive. It somehow reminded me very clearly of that scene in the film 'I Robot' when the Robots are just ready to be sent out - but among them stand one robot with a mind of his own....

Bell Tower

by muddybok

The bell tower is being used to tell time for gates opening & closing.

If the war is not breaking out, the door will open in the morning after the knocking of the bell. The same signal of knocking of bell will be carried out to instruct the closing of gates (all directions) after dark.

If I'm not mistaken, the Bell Tower is the exact center of Xi'an City.

The silent army - Part 1

by mke1963

Without doubt, one of the most spectacular archaeological discoveries of the 20th Century, the Terracotta Army of Xiyang Village, east of Xi'an has created a record of the lifestyles of the rich and famous of earlier times.
The necropolis forms part of the mausoleum for Qinshihuang, which can be found nearby. It is an amusing quirk of fate that today's interest centres on the terracotta burial army rather than on the actual mausoleum.
The entire mausoleum and military necropolis was built through much of Qinshihuang's reign, strating in 221BC and ending in 209BC.
The first pit was discovered by a farmer digging a water well: this shaft can be seen at the very, very edge of Pit #1. It is amazing how close the legendary farmer came to missing the pit altogether. Photos in the various halls show the excited villagers exploring the site, and the early excavations.
So far six pits have been discovered, with the most recent one a burial pit for civil officials.
Three pits are open to the public, each one filled with row after row of silent life-size warriors, each one between 1.75m and 2.00 metres tall. A number of the soldiers and officers have been put into exhibition cases so that you can see the amazing detail on each one.
Pit #3 is considered the headquarters of the army, with the soldiers arranged around key officials. Pit #1 was the right army, and Pit #2 the left army.


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