Where to Eat in Xi'an

Where to Eat in Xi’an

Take it from someone with a boundless passion for Shaaxi gastronomic wonders, Dani Su. This is her list of where to eat in Xi'an.
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Man looking after cattle on the Tibetan plateau

WildChina Getaways: Short Escapes to Extraordinary Places

Sometimes you’re in the mood for an epic adventure across foreign lands, but other days you’re just looking for a weekend away in a new city. WildChina’s Getaways Collection is made for getting the most...
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A camel resting in the Gobi Desert

24 Hours in Xi’an

If you only have 24 hours in Xi’an to take in the city’s historic sites, you’re in luck. Though you could easily linger for two more days and absorb all the magnificent details of this...
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Imperial dragon patterns

CEO, Mei Zhang on CNN Business Traveler

WildChina Founder & CEO, Mei Zhang shared her insights on experiential travel last week on CNN Business Traveler. Check out some highlights from the show.
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Girl praying at an ancient temple

Discovering Xi’an’s Muslim Quarter on Foot

 Xi’an’s Muslim Quarter is as old as the ancient Silk Road, the path that brought trade goods and new religions from the west into China. Today the Muslim Quarter is a bustling district of this...
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Ethnic Minorities of China

First Time to China – Part 2: Xi’an

Last year we documented a group of travel agents from Brazil’s first trip to China. It was such a memorable experience that they made a video of their time in Xi’an that was aired on...
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Traditional Chinese Architecture

New Westin Hotel opens in Xi’an

WildChina is excited to announce that The Westin Xi’an will be opening on December 15, 2011. WildChina recently sat down with our friends at The Westin to learn more about the specific features and services...
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Buddhist sculpture and art

Xi’an Cave Homes: old dwellings of the Chinese Communist Party

Shaanxi is a region packed with history and culture. In fact, in Xi’an and the surrounding region sometimes even the ground seems to be overflowing with it. Tombs, most notably of the Qin and Ming,...
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Man enjoying his tea

WildChina local partner: Gerard Shi from Xi’an

WildChina’s guides and local partners across China are an experienced group of travel professionals. Their wealth of experience, humor, and knowledge can be easily discerned from dealing with them in person, and WildChina feels that...
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Man looking after cattle on the Tibetan plateau

Time running out to book your 2011 China journey

Nobody likes to be hurried, but if you’ve been putting off deciding whether you’re going to travel to China later this year, now is an ideal time to make those plans. As this recent travel...
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