Videos about ShaanXi, China

Snow covered HuaShan 华山 – aerial views

HuaShan, in ShaanXi province, is one of China's Five Sacred Mountains.

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Our second film shows the 'Plank Walk'. This was constructed in the 13th century by Taoist monks.

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Exploring China 中国

Part 1 : GuangZhou (GuangDong) | ShangHai | HangZhou (ZheJiang)

Part 2 : HuangShan (AnHui) | JiuHuaShan (AnHui) | Xi'An (ShaanXi)

Part 3 : Xi'An (ShaanXi) | HuaShan (ShaanXi) | HohHot (Inner Mongolia)

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The amazing Terracotta Warriors and Xi’An 西安

In a chance discovery, an entire army of terracotta warriors was found.

The first emperor of China had them created and buried with him, to protect him in the afterlife. Construction of this mausoleum began in 246 BC and is believed to have taken about 700,000 workers and craftsmen 38 years to complete.

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Exploring ShaanXi 陕西 – Xi’An, HuaShan and the Yellow River

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A trip to China 中国 …

ZhangJiaJie 张家界 (HuNan) and HuaShan 华山 (ShaanXi) ...

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XingPing 兴平 and the Li River 漓江 (GuangXi) ...

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Xi'An 西安 (ShaanXi) and BeiJing 北京 ...

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LuoYang 洛阳 (HeNan) and PingYao 平遥 (ShanXi) ...

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HuaShan 华山 mountain from the air

HuàShān is located near the city of HuaYin in ShaanXi province, about 120 kilometres (75 miles) east of Xi'An. It is one of the Five Great Mountains of China, and has a long history of religious significance. The highest peak is 2,155 metres (7,070 feet).

Delicious street food in Xi'An 西安

ShaanXi province. With the 'Food Ranger' Trevor James ...

Xi'An 西安 - lively city !

Xi'An is the provincial capital of ShaanXi, central China. August 13th 2016 : high heat alert - over 40C is seriously hot so take plenty of water (and some salty food). Xi'An is one of the oldest cities in China and was known as Chang'An prior to the Ming dynasty. Indeed, Xi'An is the oldest of the Four Great Ancient Capitals of China, having held this position under several of the most important dynasties in Chinese history, including the Zhou, Qin, Han, Sui and Tang. Xi'An was the eastern starting point of the ancient Silk Road trade route. Xi'An is also home to the Terracotta Warriors of Qin Shi Huang, who became China's first emperor after the Qin (dynasty: 220 to 210 BC) conquered / unified all of the other Warring States. Rather than maintain the title of 'king' borne by the previous Shang and Zhou rulers, he created the title of 'emperor' (皇帝, HuángDì), which would continue to be borne by Chinese rulers for the next two millennia.

The beauty of the historical DaMing Palace 大明宫

The DaMing Palace (DaMing Gong, Palace of Great Brilliance) was the imperial palace complex of the Tang Dynasty, located in its capital Chang'An. It served as the royal residence of the Tang emperors for more than 220 years. Today, the DaMing Palace site is designated a National Heritage Site of China, located a little north east of present-day Xi'An city center, ShaanXi province, central China. One can take subway line 2 to DaMingGongXi (DaMing Palace West) station. The palace complex was destroyed at the end of the Tang dynasty. The ruins were only discovered in the 1950s and some parts have now been reconstructed following careful archaeological analysis of the site. The reconstructions, museum and grounds opened to visitors in 2010. A beautiful film ...

Xi'An 西安 Bites - Street Food 小吃 and Hot Pot 火锅

ShaanXi province. Street food, Xiǎo Chī (small eats), 火锅 in the Muslim Quarter ... From film-maker Kevin Cook : For Xi'an, the old Silk Road trade route opened the doors to the culinary influence of other cultures, particularly Muslim culture, which is especially evident in the Muslim Quarter in the center of the city. This massive outdoor marketplace of roads and alleyways contains some of the most tasty, unique and interesting street foods in all of China. Shaanxi Sandwich 牛肉夹馍 (Niúròu jiā mó) - 8 RMB The first street food that I eat in this video is Nui Rou Jia Mo (beef sandwhich). Due to its origins in the Shaanxi Province, it’s often called the “Shaanxi Sandwich.” Mutton soup with bread 泡馍 (Pào mó) - 38 RMB This one isn't so much a street food as it is a full meal in a bowl. Pao mua is mutton soup with bread, and it requires a little bit of work to prepare. It's one of the hardiest dishes you can eat in Xi’an, and it’s absolutely amazing. For 38 Yuan, it’s more expensive than most dishes you’ll find around here, but it’s worth it. Street Yoghurt 酸奶 (Suānnǎi) - 8 RMB Sua nai, which literally means “sour milk,” is a sweet yoghurt drink sold in little white cups, and it’s especially satisfying on a hot day like today. Beef jerky 牛肉干 (Niúròu gān) Price varies per kilo Niu roy gan, or dried beef, is another delicious street snack available in all parts of the Muslim market place. Unlike similar looking beef jerky in the west, the variety that I bought in Xi'an has a much more distinct meaty flavor than any other beef jerky I’ve ever eaten. Bread 楠 (Nán) - 5 RMB Hailing originally from the XinJiang Province is a hardy flat bread that's sold all over Xi’an. The Uyghur people who bake this bread call it 'nan,' but Han Chinese call it 'nang.' Skewered mutton 羊肉串 (Yángròu chuàn) 10 RMB/2 skewers Thanks to vendors like the one in this video, the tempting aroma of juicy grilled meat permeates the entire marketplace. This snack is dripping with fat and seasoned to perfection, making this a rich, hardy Xi'an street snack. Peanut Candy 花生糖 (Huāshēng táng) - 20 RMB/box A few varieties of this sweet snack are available, and each requires an interesting method of preparation, such as pounding the candy with a mallet and stretching it out over a hook. The process of making this delicious street treat is even more fun to watch than it is to eat. The beautiful Xi'An Expo park and Hot Pot, huǒ guō, 火锅 ... Bonus film - hand-pulled noodles From the Food Ranger, Trevor James : Hand pulled noodles are found everywhere in China. These hand pulled noodles were so delicious, simply some of the best Chinese food you can have in all of China. They are featured in LanZhou LaMian restaurants everywhere. Lanzhou LaMian AKA LanZhou hand pulled noodles are everywhere, and each restaurant has a very similar menu. These restaurants are usually very good for foreigners in China because they often have a huge picture menu all over the walls, so you can just point at what you think looks good. In this video, me and my local friend try two very amazing dishes : the DaPanJi, also known as the XinJiang big plate of beef, and then my other favorite noodle dish, the lamb and cumin on top of hand pulled noodles. These two dishes combined made a massive meal for two people. So if you're a foreigner living in China or if you're just traveling in China for a short time, visiting a LanZhou hand pulled noodles restaurant is a MUST!

Xi'An 西安 !

The capital of ShaanXi province in central China ...

QuJiang New District 曲江新区, Xi'An

QuJiang New District is located 5 kilometers south east of Xi'An city in ShaanXi province.

The DaMing Palace of the Tang dynasty 唐朝大明宫 - documentary

The DaMing Palace, 'Palace of Great Brilliance', was the imperial palace complex of the Tang dynasty (618 - 907 AD), located in its capital Chang'An. This palace served as the residence of the Tang emperors for more than 220 years. Today, it is designated as a National Heritage Site. The area of the remains is located northeast of Xi'An, ShaanXi province.

Xi'An 西安 from the air

The beautiful ancient capital in ShaanXi province ...

The musical fountains in Xi'An 西安, ShaanXi province

Located in the North Square by the Big Wild Goose Pagoda. Every evening at 8pm; free. The fountains cover over 100,000 square meters and form the world's most spectacular fountain complex. There are 2000 sets of nozzles, over 3000 sets of lights plus a professional audio system. The huge site can be attended by over 10,000 people.

A trip to Xi'An 西安 and the nearby Mount HuaShan 华山

Mount HuaShan, 华山, lies about 75 miles east of Xi'An, 西安, in ShaanXi province, central China. The esteem of harmony between Man and Nature is a key part of Chinese philosophy and no trip to China is quite complete without a mountain climb ...

The beautiful JinSi Xia 金丝峡 scenic area, ShaanXi province

A trip to the wonderful, natural getaway of JinSi Xia (JinSi Canyon), ShaanXi province in central China ...

HuaShan 华山 mountain, ShaanXi province - the 'Plank Walk'

An evening stroll in Xi'An 西安, ShaanXi province

The Terracotta Warriors 兵马俑 of the Qin dynasty

Xi'An, ShaanXi province

Trips to the awesomely beautiful HuaShan 华山 ...

Grab your walking boots and climb up over night (there are lights) to be ready for sunrise. Also featured is the famous 'Plank Walk'. HuaShan is one of China's Five Sacred Mountains; it lies in ShaanXi province, about two hours from the city of Xi'An, in central China. Hike above the clouds (at over 2,000 meters). Sometimes people talk about 'things to do before you die' - a trip to HuaShan (or HuangShan, EmeiShan, CangShan, WuDang or TaiShan) should be one of those ...

A trip to Xi'An 西安

The thrilling HuaShan 华山 `Plank Walk` - video

HuaShan lies in ShaanXi province and is one of China's Five Sacred Mountains; the highest peak is 2,155 meters (7,070 feet).

HuaShan 华山 adventure

ShaanXi province. Filmed in spring 2013 ...

Xi'An 西安 tour

A day in Xi'An 西安, ShaanXi province

Including the Terracotta Warriors ...

The Wild Goose Pagoda fountains at night, Xi'An 西安

Huge, impressive show, 8pm every day; and free !

The HuaShan 华山 'Plank Walk' - video

ShaanXi province.

The 'Plank Walk' at HuaShan 华山 mountain - video

In ShaanXi province.

The musical fountain at the Big Wild Goose Pagoda in Xi'An 西安

ShaanXi province Filmed by stellaxhyu

Xi'An 西安 and the Terracotta Warriors - video

In ShaanXi province, central China.

Xi'An 西安 scenes ...

A visit to the ancient Chinese capital of Xi'An, ShaanXi province ...

A guide to YuLin 雨林, ShaanXi province

Explore Yulin with CCTV's Travelogue ...

A guide to Yan'An 延安, ShaanXi province

Explore Yan'An with CCTV's Travelogue ...

Traditional music and dance at Xi'An 西安

Some highlights filmed at the ShaanXi Grand Opera House ...

Tang Dynasty music and dance show, Xi'An 西安

ShaanXi province.

A walk on the wild side, at HuaShan 华山

About 110 kilometers east of Xi'An, in ShaanXi province. The 'Plank Walk' is an optional item ;)

The 'Plank Walk' at HuaShan 华山 mountain

HuaShan, a holy Taoist mountain, lies around 120 kilometers east of Xi'An, in ShaanXi province, central China.

Welcome to Xi'An 西安, dance

Arriving at the city gate.

Climbing Mount HuaShan 华山

Filmed in August 2010. Includes the famous 'plank walk' at the end; this is perched precariously on a cliff face that is well over 1000m above the valley below, in a sheer drop. The plank walk is on the east peak, which is about a 15km walk / climb from the north peak. HuaShan ('Flower Mountain', or 'Splendid Mountain') lies in southern ShaanXi province, about 120km east of Xi'An; it is one of the five sacred Taoist mountains, with four main peaks. There are hiking trails to all four peaks and a cable car to the north peak. The south peak is highest at 2155 meters. There are a number of hotels and hostels around the base.

A thrilling hike at HuaShan 华山 mountain, ShaanXi province

HuaShan lies about 120km east of Xi'An. There are five peaks, of which the highest, the south peak, reaches 2,160m. HuaShan is one of China's Five Sacred Taoist Mountains. The first two films include the famous 'plank walk', with a sheer vertical drop of 1,000 meters, while the third is a brief scene of a snow-covered plank walk in winter.

A trip to Xi'An 西安, ShaanXi province - video

Some scenes from this ancient city in central China ...

An introduction to Xi'An 西安, ShaanXi province

A visual tour of the city.

A trip to Mount HuaShan 华山, ShaanXi province

Not far from Xi'An.

A trip to HuaShan 华山, ShaanXi province

Two trips to HuaShan mountain, about 120 kilometers east of Xi'An.

Some scenes from Xi'An, Shaanxi province - video

Xi'an is one of China's oldest cities, the eastern end of the old Silk Road and home to the Terracotta Warriors that date from the Qin dynasty.

The 'Hanging Monastry' at DaTong, ShaanXi province - video

Suspended some 50m above a river, the monastry was built in the year 490 and most recently renovated in 1900. Close by are the YunGang Grottoes - caves containing over 50,000 Buddhist statues from 3cm to 20m in height - and a number of Buddhist temples on Heng Mountain (via cable car). There is also the YingXian Pagoda, built in 1056. A 6 hour train journey from Beijing (daily overnight sleeper; also from Xi'An and PingYao).

HuaShan 华山 sacred mountain, near Xi'an, ShaanXi province

The world's most dangerous hike?? Don't look down! Don't panic - that route is an optional hike ;) The next video is about the place as a whole, including the cable car and Taoist temple : The National Park here is about a one hour drive from Xi'An.

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