Day 1 Sep. 25: Hong Kong-Xi’an  (D)

Arrive in Xi’an airport, meet and greet by the local guide and take bus to four-star Grand New World Hotel or the similar.

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Day 2 Sep.26: Xi’an-Mt. Huashan (B, L, D)

Today you will go to visit Banpo Museum, then go on visit The Terra-Cotta Warriors Replica Factory, after lunch, go on visit Emperor Qin Shihuang’s Mausoleum and The Terra-Cotta Warriors and Horses Museum, Emperor Qin Shihuang’s (259-210B.C.) had Ying as his surname and Zheng as his given name. He name to the throne of the Qin at age 13, and took the helm of the state at age of 22. by 221 B. C. He had annexed the six rival principalities of Qi, Chu, Yan, Han, Zhao and Wei, and established the first feudal empire in China’ history. Then take bus to Huashan. Check in four-star hotel.

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Day 3 Sep. 27: Mt. Hua-Xi’an (B, L, D)

After breakfast, take bus to Huashan Mt (take cable car), Mt. Huashan is known as “The Number One Precipitous Mountain under Heaven”. It is one for the five sacred mountains in China. The other four mountains are Mt. Taishan is Shandong; Mt. Hengshan in Hunan; Mt. Hendshan is Shanxi, and Mt. Songshan in Henan. In ancient times, Mt. Huashan was called Mt. Taihuashan, from a distance the five peaks seem to form the shape of a “flower” (Hua in Chinese), hence the name “Huashan”. It is famous for its natural vistas of steep and narrow paths, precioitous crags, and a high mountain range. It is home to several influential taoist temples where emperiors of past dynasties made pilgrimages, making Mt. Huashan the holy land of Taoism. Then take bus to Xi’an.

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Day 4 Sep. 28: Xi’an (B, L, D)

After breakfast, go to visit the Qianling Mausleum+Yongtai Tomb. Qianling is the joint tomb of Gaozong(Lizhi,628-683A.D.),the third emperor of the Tang dynasty and his Empress consort, Wu Zetian(624-705A.D.),the only Emperss in Chinese History. After lunch, go to The Famen Temple (by electric car). Renowning for storing the veritable Finger Bone of the Sakyamuni Buddha,with a history of 1,700 years, Famen Temple is considered the “Forerunner of the Ziggurat in Central Shaanxi.” Then back to Xi’an, after dinner, free shopping Bell & Drum Square, Muslim Street. Check in hotel.

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Day 5 Sep. 29: Xi’an (B, L, D)

Today you will go on visit City Wall ((Riding Bicycle- by yourself), it’s the most complete city wall that has survived in China, as well being one of the largest ancient military defensive systems in the world. After lunch, go to visit The Big Wild Goose Pagoda, as the symbol of the old-line Xi’an, Big Wild Goose Pagoda (Dayan Pagoda) is a well-preserved ancient building and a holy place for Buddhists. Then go on visit Shaanxi History Museum, in the evening enjoy in Dumpling Dinner and Tang Dynasty Culture Show.

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Day 6 Sep. 30: Xi’an-Hong Kong (B, L)

After breakfast, go to visit Daming Palace (by electric car) was the main royal palace in Tang Dynasty (618 – 907) where Tang emperors lived and dealt with state affairs. Enjoy in Legend of Daming (IMAX 3D). After eat lunch, transfer to airport for Hong Kong.

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Legend: B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner