Located in the upper reaches of the Yellow River, northwest China, Gansu Province is one of the cradles of Chinese culture. Ethnic groups of the Han, Kazak, Mongolian, Tibetan, Hui, etc, have each developed a unique cultural community. The province is abundantly endowed with cultural relics and natural scenery. The world-famous Mogao Grottoes, the Jiayuguan Pass and the Labrang Monastery are all 'must-sees'. You will also be enchanted by the desert, prairie and glacial landscapes. Detailed information about Gansu Travel Guide
Situated in the central part of the Province, on the east end of Hexi Corridor, Wuwei City has a very long history. The Galloping Horse Statue is a landmark of the city.
Midway along the Hexi Corridor along the Silk Road lies the historic city of Zhangye, the centerpiece of which is the mysterious Giant Buddha Temple.