Located in Dunhuafan District, Taiyuan, the other ShanXi (HuiGuan) is one of the most popular tourist attractions in China's capital Beijing.
At the beginning of the Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644) it was renamed fu, which means capital, and kept the name until 1912. It was then founded as a new country and later known as Taiyuan (ShanXi) or Shanxi (HuiGuan), a name it retained from 1912 until the end of its existence in the early 20th century. In the 1930s it became one of the most popular tourist attractions in China and was rebuilt in its original form, as well as in many other places in China.
Today, Taiyuan, one of China's most famous and prosperous capitals, has a population of almost three million, with a population of over 1.5 million, the largest in China.
It is very convenient to reach other places in Shanxi Province, but there is a lot of travel time between Taiyuan and other parts of the country. We recommend looking for other Chinese cities outside of Taipei, and there are many hotels and restaurants in the city as well as other tourist attractions.
If you have any further questions or ideas for a Taiyuan tour, please do not hesitate to contact us, we specialize in tailor-made tours that suit your interests, budget and itinerary. If you have any further questions or ideas for a TaiYuanTour, please feel free to contact us. We specialize in tailor-made tours that suit your interests, budgets and itineraries or if you require more information about the tour.
Whether you want to discover Taiyuan's unique features or expand to other destinations, China Discovery has something for you on the map in Taiyuan.
Expressways such as Tai Jiubring enable communication with other regions and the whole country. The expressways in Taiyuan and other parts of the province connect with the other major cities and regions of China, in particular Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Guangdong.
There are a number of international flights to Taiyuan, including from Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Shenzhen and other major cities in China. If you have more days and want to travel to Shanxi, we recommend you extend your tour to the Forbidden City of that time - revered Xi'an warriors. Forbidden City, the tour can also be extended to other parts of China, such as Guangdong, Jiangsu, Hubei, Hebei and Hainan, as well as to some other places in the province. It is also recommended if you have more than one day to travel to Shaanxi; if not, you can extend it to any other part of China, such as Beijing or Shanghai. Forbidden City or any other place in Hengshan or Hanyu, in addition to certain other areas in Shijiazhuang, and Xi'an (ancient)
Street food is recommended in Taiyuan as well as other parts of China, such as Guangzhou, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Shenzhen and other major cities in China.
Dishes include pickled meats and vegetables, mutton soups, pasta and other pasta. There are also a variety of other dishes such as chicken, beef, pork, chicken and pork ribs. One example is Taiyuan Street Food chain's popular dish, Taiyu (Taiyu).
It is best if you do a lot of things in a limited time frame. It is located at the foot of Xuanweng Mountain (Jin Springs) and has also become a center of Buddhism. The most attractive temple in the city is the Shuangta Si Twin Pagoda Temple, which has become the symbol of the city. In the 6th century, the Qi State was the largest city in China and grew into a large city, which also became the center of Buddhism due to its proximity to the Great Wall of China. Another attraction are the Tianlong Shan stone caves, where magnificent sculptures from the Tang Dynasty (618 - 907) are on display.
The Coal Museum of China is the only national coal museum in China that shows the development of the coal industry. Beijing became the largest dirigible - a city in China, after a project to manufacture dirigibles was carried out by Beijing. Today it is one of China's heaviest industrial cities, and the city has been shaking for decades, producing coal, steel, iron ore, copper, lead, zinc and other raw materials.
Shanxi's only international airport is owned by the provincial capital, making it easy to access for international flights and many domestic flights. It is the only airport in Shanxi with direct connection to Beijing, and there are many other international airports in the province, as well as some domestic ones. There are a number of hotels, restaurants, shops, hotels and restaurants in Taiyuan, but it now has one of the largest shopping centers in China with more than 1,000 shops.
You can travel to Taiyuan by train, car, bus, train or car-pool, or even by bus to Hangzhou, the capital of Shanxi Province. You can travel to Beijing by train, plane or bus or car to Taiwan, China, and you can also travel from Taiyuan to Hangzhou by boat or train.