Xi'an

“The Birthplace of Chinese Civilization” 

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Who's Xi'an for?

Xi’an is one of China’s must-see cities. Not only is Xi’an known for its rich roots in history and the development of Chinese culture and civilization, but it’s home to one of the most important artifacts ever discovered in China, the Terra Cotta Warriors. With such a strong hold in China’s history, there is much to see and experience in Xi’an; however, if you’re a foodie, Xi’an has got you covered. Being at the start of the silk road, the influences from different cultures made way for mouth-watering Xi’an cuisine. Known for its amazing use of spices and lamb, it’s a good thing there’s a lot to see in this beautiful city to get you moving. 

Who is Xi’an for

The Sights of Xi'an

Xi’an is home to some amazing discoveries, stand in awe at the many different faces of the Terra Cotta Warriors, explore the Great Mosque, or the many museums or just wander around the most symbolic structure in Xi’an. Whether it’s enjoying the food at the Muslim quarter until your heart is content or exploring the more natural beauty Mount Hua has to offer, Xi’an is a beautiful and interesting city, with much to see. 

Terracotta Warriors

Enjoy the thousands of life-size clay army men said to be modeled after Qin Shi Huang’s Army. Created to protect the first Emperor of China in his afterlife, no two warriors look alike. 

Attractions in Xi’an – Terra Cotta
Xi’an Things To Do-Muslim Quarter

The Muslim Quarter

Eat your way through the winding streets of the Muslim Quarter, tasting one of a kind snacks and dishes. Explore one of the oldest and largest Mosques in China. 

Big Wild Goose Pagoda

Built over 1,000 years ago this pagoda is as symbolic as it gets for Xi’an. Climb up the pagoda for an amazing view of the surrounding town. 

Xi’an Pagoda

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Interesting facts

Xi’an Things To Do – City Wall

City Wall of Xi’an

Built over 600 years ago, this wall is one of most well kept ancient structures in China, explore it by cycling its 13-kilometer length.

 

Xi’an Drum Tower

Drum Tower

One of the biggest drum towers in the country, Xi’an Drum Tower was built in 1380 and was utilized as a way to tell time during two dynasties. 

Xi’an, China Mount Huashan

Mount Huashan plank walk

Mount Hua is one of the five most sacred Taoist Mountains in China. Try Chang Kong Plank Road, which has been deemed the world’s most dangerous Hike. 

Find Jobs in Xi'an

We have lots of teaching positions across the city of Xi’an. Click through to our jobs board to see all our available positions and start your journey to becoming a teacher in China today!

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