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Xi’an is the most popular tourist destination in China. As it was the capital of the ancient Shaanxi Province and the eastern end of the Silk Road, it is often considered as the birthplace of Chinese civilisation. Even though the Terracotta Army is probably one of the most popular landmarks in the Chinese city of Xi’an, a significant memory of the ancient Cháng’ān, the former city still survives as well as the Ming-era walls to keep the dynastic enthusiasts riveted. Here’s everything you need to know when flying from Singapore to Xi’an.
All of the flights from Singapore to Xi’an arrive at Xi’an Xianyang International Airport. The International Terminal of the airport in Terminal 3.
Scoot Airlines usually operates direct flights at affordable prices between Singapore and Xi’an. The other cheap flights from Singapore are usually connecting flights. Air Asia, China Southern Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, JetStar Airline, and Xiamen Airlines offer reasonably priced flights.
The direct flights from Changi Airport to Xi’an usually take up to 6 hours. Indirect flights will take longer and have been known to take up to a maximum of 16 hours depending on the layover destinations and the waiting period.
Xi’an is considered to be an inexpensive city where one can afford good hotels. It is easy to get a hotel close to famous tourist attractions like the Bell Tower or the City Wall. Xi’an is well connected to other locations through local transport.
Xi’an has much to offer to those who would like to buy souvenirs, antiques, calligraphy, and paintings. While Xi’an does have its share of shopping malls, it is best to shop at Xian Jiefang Road Commercial District, Xiangzi Temple Street (Teahouse and Gallery Street), Bei Yuan Men Street (Handiwork Street), Shu Yuan Men Street (Antique,Calligraphy and Painting Street) and Antique Market (Antique Street).
During the Tang Dynasty, the city of Xi’an was home to several religions and has contributed to shaping the cuisine, with a strong Islamic influence. To taste the local cuisine of Xi’an, head to the Muslim Quarter. Some of the local foods that you must try are roujiamo, Xi'an kabobs, guantang baozi, biang biang noodles, and yangrou paomo.
Some of the must-visit place in Xi’an are Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum, Ancient City Wall, Big Wild Goose Pagoda, and Bell Tower. To have a look at their culture, do pay a visit to see the Tang Dynasty Show at the square with Dumpling Banquet, music show and evening fountain in front of Big Wild Goose Pagoda.
Did you know? Xi’an has served as the capital city for 13 ancient empires under 70 emperors.
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