Lintong No.1 Reception House

Address: 31 East Huancheng Road, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710600, China | Resort
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This resort is located on 31 East Huancheng Road, Xi'an.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLintong No.1 Reception House Xi'an

Reviewed by brittneytran

Terra Cotta Army - Jordan and Molly's Review

Reviewed Oct 22, 2013
by (3 reviews) , China Flag of China

Today we visited the Terra Cotta Army along with Geoffrey. At first we found the soldiers very interesting but quickly, we lost interest. We think that it wasn't worth coming for because it's just soldiers and along with Jordan's attitude towards China, it wasn't very helpful. Although Geoffrey seemed very interested and keen, we weren't feeling the same. Wouldn't come back here again honestly. Tour guide was great.

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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

Living Nightmare!

A travel blog entry by bcpschina on Jun 07, 2015

1 photo

... from this super secret project. They tried to brainwash me too with this weird machine, but it didn’t work so instead they tortured me. How? By forcing me to listen to Faruk’s rap 24/7.


Later, I got a visit from the Lor Ruk himself, and he shook me asking me, “Can’t you see how
much I need this? I have a good thing going!.” Eventually, I got Faruk to realize that he was just a government pawn and that ...

Banpo Village, Terracotta Warriors

A travel blog entry by jaq123 on May 11, 2015

22 photos

... that these figures were individually made, each with a different face blows me away. I try to imagine them all painted as they originally were. It must have been quite a sight. Much of the pit is still being excavated and we watched as workers toiled away on an area not yet finished. At the end of the vault stood many warriors that had been repaired waiting to be put back in to the tomb. Seeing the many shards of pottery in the vault I wondered how ...

Exploring the city of Xi'an

A travel blog entry by cltc on Sep 23, 2014

2 comments, 27 photos

... all other markets, there were many little trinkets and many copied versions of otherwise expensive merchandise for sale, and it was also another opportunity for us to test our bargaining skills. Shopping wasn’t the only thing to take place, as one of the students seemed to wonder off from the group. Luckily, she found another group of tourists who were more than happy to escort back to our group.

After that little adventure we then went back to the hotel to pack ...

The Silk Road and Fengoing Park Xi'an

A travel blog entry by caroline63 on May 11, 2014

21 photos

It was a lovely day again today. We got our friendly driver, Little Tiger, to take us to the monument for the start of the Silk Road and then onto Fengoing Park on the way to the airport. The park was full of families strolling around, on boats on the lake and driving around in little electric cars. We had a nice cream and a beer and spent a couple of hours enjoying the sunshine after the awful downpour of ...

Terracotta Warriors

A travel blog entry by robrae on Sep 26, 2013

11 photos

Another example of how China has changed since 2007 was the infrastructure around the Terracotta Warriors. There are landscaped parks, restaurants, shops and more development underway. Previously it was just the three pits with buildings covering them.

The Terracotta Warriors were discovered in 1974 when a farmer Mr Yung was digging for a well. Today he sits at a book stall and signs books. The 6,000 terracotta warriors and horses face east. Each ...