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This place is certainly worth a visit if you like antique Chinese art and furniture. There is a veritable museum inside with the most exquisite pieces of furniture that has to be seen to be believed. The drums too are fascinating, each has a description...More
The biggest drum in the world is located in this building.The entrance fee is reasonable.They have shows to showcase the drums and other associated music instruments.You can get a good view of the Muslim quarter from the top.
This attraction is located just in front of the Muslim quarters. This is a modest attraction which may be underwhelming for some. The performance was good but it was only for 15 mins. Please take note of the timings of the performance. I have attached...More
This tower along with the Bell Tower are located along the city wall. Drums were pretty interesting. The tower was OK. At night the wall and towers are all lit up. Very pretty. The view is pretty awesome also. One can purchase a combo ticket...More
Overall the tower wasn’t that impressive for me, it was typical of a focal tower at a major capital city in china, the drums were interesting but not spectacular, but the view it provides of the Muslim quarters from above is pretty special especially once...More
I thought I would follow this up... obviously I checked the various websites for this attraction and got contradictory information. That's why I was asking for clarification here. Anyway, I just got back from Xi'an and both... More
I thought I would follow this up... obviously I checked the various websites for this attraction and got contradictory information. That's why I was asking for clarification here. Anyway, I just got back from Xi'an and both towers closed at 18:00. You can still enjoy seeing them from outside and walking around the area, but to go inside, you must visit before18:00.