- Binglingsi Thousand Buddha Caves
After breakfast, we will pick you up from your hotel and take you to visit the Binglingsi Thousand Buddha Caves.
Binglingsi Thousand Buddha Caves : Located on a branch of Gansu part of the Silk Road, the Bingling Caves were started by Buddhist monks from as early as the West Jin Dynasty (265AD -316AD) although the official carving began in 420AD. Today there are 183 caves existing with 694 stone statues, 82 earth statues and murals of 900 square meters (9,688 square feet). Another pleasant surprise on your way to Bingling Caves is the beautiful Liujiaxia Reservoir. The crystal water lying among the yellow earth mountains is quite a sight. At the end of the Reservoir, the green water connects to the yellow water while the blue sky connects to the yellow earth. Perhaps this can only be experienced in Liujiaxia.
thereafter, drive back to Lanzhou, bus transfer to the hotel, have a good rest.
Accommodation : In Lanzhou
- Yellow River's Mother Statue
Today you will have the opportunity to traverse the ancient steps of Gansu Museum
Gansu Museum: the biggest comprehensive museum in the province. It is one of the best sights in the city and a visit is well worthwhile. Built in 1956, the museum covers a total area of 18,000 square meters (about 4 acres). Designed by the soviet experts, this museum provides visitors with a unique and memorable experience.
afternoon, you can take a Lanzhou city tour, visit the first bridge Of the Yellow River, it is the first highway bridge in the ancient Yellow River, also the second city steel bridge in China. Yellow River’s Mother Statue, explore the ancient history and culture of Gansu Province. Waterwheel park, an ancient irrigation tool.
Accommodation: In Lanzhou
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