Giant Wild Goose Pagoda Pictures

Located in the Dacien Temple in the southern suburb of Xi'an City, Giant Wild Goose Pagoda is the extant most famed ancient tower in Xi'an, hence the symbol of the old-line Xi'an. It was originally built in the Tang Dynasty (618-907) for the store of Buddhist sutras that were taken from India by the monk Xuanzang. Now it has become a hot tourist attraction in Xi'an. Attraction Intro: Giant Wild Goose Pagoda

 Related Tours: Heritages of Ancient City, Historical Xi'an

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Asked by Mr.KT from CANADA | Dec. 28, 2009 12:28Reply
Hello - I would like to visit Xi'an. We will be in Qingdao, is it better to fly or to take the train? What is the cost of a ticket between the two cities and how long is the trip?
Thank you!
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Answered by Mr.ANDY2008 from CHINA | Dec. 29, 2009 19:22

It will be fast to travel by air and will take you about 2 hours. But the ticket will cost you more than 1000RMB. however train(sleeper) is much lower, about 20hours and 200RMB
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