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1-Day Side Trip to Wuwei

- Zhangye - Wuwei Tour
Tour Code:Zhangye11From:$120

Trip Highlights - Attractions in Wuwei involved: Confucian Temple, Leitai Han Tombs. Wuwei is located in the central part of Gansu province, halfway between Lanzhou and Zhangye, about 240 kilometers from Wuwei. Wuwei was once named Liangzhou, serving as an important part of the Silk Road. With its long history, Wuwei features rich cultural heritage and unique natural sceneries. We kindly provide a side trip to Wuwei from Zhangye. This one day side trip to Wuwei will be a pleasant choice if you have enough time in Zhangye and want to take a 1-day side tour to other places nearby. Welcome to contact us!
Availability: Daily.      Pick-up Point & Time: Your hotel, 8:30am.      Finishing Point & Time: Your hotel, 5:00pm.      Duration: 8 hours.

Tour Itinerary: (Lunch)
This morning, our sincere local guide will pick you up at your hotel and then take you to Wuwei. Upon your arrival, you' ll firstly visit the Confucian Temple, which is the largest and best-preserved temple dedicated to Confucius in Gansu Province. After lunch, the guide will take you to Leitai Han Tombs, in which the most important find was the Bronze Galloping Horse. The horse is depicted in a full gallop supported on just one foot upon the back of a bird in flight. And it has been adopted as a symbol for Chinese tourism. After the tour, you will be driven back to your hotel. (Service End)

Attraction Description

The Confucian Temple
The Confucian Temple is known also as the Wenmiao Temple in Chinese, located at the southeast of Wuwei City. Covering an area of more than 1,500 square meters, the Confucian Temple is the largest and best-preserved temple dedicated to Confucius in Gansu Province. In 1981 the Gansu Provincial Government declared that the Confucian Temple should be a Provincial Relic Protected Unit and at the same time the Wuwei Museum was established on the site.
Leitai Han Tombs
In 1969 a farmer discovered a tomb dating from the Han Dynasty, which has become a main tourist attraction in the city. The tomb is situated in Leitai Park so the name, as there was a Temple built to honor the Chinese god Leishen on the ten-meter high earth platform that was erected during the middle Ming Dynasty. The most important find was the Bronze Galloping Horse, which has been adopted as a symbol for Chinese tourism. 

 Tour Prices (this is private tour based on per person and shown in US dollars)
Group Size Price / Traveler
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1 travelerUSD330
2 travelersUSD180
3-5 travelersUSD170
6-9 travelersUSD150
10 travelers & aboveUSD120

Service Inclusions

  • Entrance fees and lunch as listed
  • All transfers with private vehicle and guide
  • Accident insurance

Service Exclusions

  • Air fare and airport tax
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips for guide and driver
  • Hotel fare

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