Tomb of Emperor Tang Gaozong (Qianling)

Tomb of Emperor Tang Gaozong (Qianling)

Tomb of Emperor Tang Gaozong (Qianling)
4
De 00:00 à 23:59
Lundi
00:00 - 23:59
Mardi
00:00 - 23:59
Mercredi
00:00 - 23:59
Jeudi
00:00 - 23:59
Vendredi
00:00 - 23:59
Samedi
00:00 - 23:59
Dimanche
00:00 - 23:59
Planifiez votre visite

4.0
4,0 sur 5 bulles41 avis
Excellent
17
Très bon
16
Moyen
6
Médiocre
2
Horrible
0

SingaporeGirl
Singapour, Singapour517 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
oct. 2019
Although many of these statues are in disarray or have been extensively repaired, one still has the feeling of the royal walkway that royal coffins once passed enroute to their tombs. Empress Wu's stele still stands, marking her rule, next to the beheaded (vandalism? art thieves?) stone figures that represent the foreign traders that once marked Xi'an as one of the period's greatest trade cities. Avoid the walkway of shops and head straight onto the main path leading towards the mount (tomb).
Écrit le 28 octobre 2019
Cet avis est l'opinion subjective d'un membre de Tripadvisor et non l'avis de Tripadvisor LLC. Les avis sont soumis à des vérifications de la part de Tripadvisor.

Dannie TY Lim
8 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
mai 2019
This is a huge place with a lot of walking (but then again, where in China you don't have to walk). The place is well organised (for a tomb).
Écrit le 6 août 2019
Cet avis est l'opinion subjective d'un membre de Tripadvisor et non l'avis de Tripadvisor LLC. Les avis sont soumis à des vérifications de la part de Tripadvisor.

三ツ矢
776 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
mars 2018 • En solo
中国唐時代の英雄である高祖。そのお墓があるといわれている場所です。ただのお墓なので見てもあまり楽しくないですが、中国古代史が好きな人には聖地ですね。
Écrit le 19 janvier 2019
Cet avis est l'opinion subjective d'un membre de Tripadvisor et non l'avis de Tripadvisor LLC. Les avis sont soumis à des vérifications de la part de Tripadvisor.

tj20travel
Richland, Etat de Washington97 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
nov. 2018 • En couple
I have seen the location on various TV show regarding Chinese history. I found the long walkway, stone guards, and a fantastic view. I was hoping for more in-depth information. Still, to think of what was at this location....
Écrit le 7 novembre 2018
Cet avis est l'opinion subjective d'un membre de Tripadvisor et non l'avis de Tripadvisor LLC. Les avis sont soumis à des vérifications de la part de Tripadvisor.

Paraskevi L
14 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
oct. 2018 • En couple
This was one of my favorite sights my husband took me to in Xian. One of his friends drove us there. It was definitely very interesting, amazing and beautiful!!! I loved the scenery, quiet an the history behind it. It was so peaceful especially when the sun sets at night. We recently went last week and the weather was perfect!
Écrit le 5 novembre 2018
Cet avis est l'opinion subjective d'un membre de Tripadvisor et non l'avis de Tripadvisor LLC. Les avis sont soumis à des vérifications de la part de Tripadvisor.

10SWright
Spalding, UK25 contributions
3,0 sur 5 bulles
sept. 2018 • En couple
A great many of the statues have been damaged or removed to museums, but you get a good idea of the vastness of the area. A long journey and not one I would revisit.
Écrit le 23 octobre 2018
Cet avis est l'opinion subjective d'un membre de Tripadvisor et non l'avis de Tripadvisor LLC. Les avis sont soumis à des vérifications de la part de Tripadvisor.

Arthur C
Hong Kong, Chine141 contributions
3,0 sur 5 bulles
sept. 2018 • Entre amis
I am attracted by the story of Wu Zetian that this place has a blank stele for the first empress Lady Wu in China. The stele is about 99 tons. This stele is located at the garden of Qianling Mausoleum. Going here requires about 1.5 hours from the Xi'an City.

The tomb of the empress which is also his husband's is built with wisdom. At this moment, even the main entrance is discovered, it is not possible to go inside.

There are also tombs of some princess that you may walk into it. You will be amazed that the coffin is made by the black colored jade.

I would reccomend this place if you are interested in Chinese history and the lady Wu. Otherwise, I concern if you come here to visit a grave !
Écrit le 30 septembre 2018
Cet avis est l'opinion subjective d'un membre de Tripadvisor et non l'avis de Tripadvisor LLC. Les avis sont soumis à des vérifications de la part de Tripadvisor.

George H
Sunderland, UK195 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
mai 2018
I had seen the story of Empress Wu on TV and was interested in visiting her mausoleum, even though I knew that her tomb had not been excavated. I wasn’t disappointed. It took about 2 hours to get there from my Xian city centre hotel by private car; which composed of my myself, guide and driver. The entrance fee 140 Yuan was not included in the tour price. When we arrived it was light rain but despite this, as I got out of the car, turned, looked around and saw a great hill of steps and a tree-lined avenue stretching into the clouded distance. I was getting impressed! As my guide and myself made our way up the steps, she mentioned there was 500 hundred of them to reach the top. Trying not to get too out of breath, I kept stopping and looking around at the spectacular views (getting more impressed!). Luckily the steps were not too steep, so I made it to the top without too much trouble, apart from being a bit wet. As you cross over the last step the Grand Processional Way opens up in front of you (I was jaw droppingly impressed now!!). The Way is lined with large stone sculptures leading to another flight of steps to the main platform displaying Wu’s stele, lines of headless statues, two large entrance towers, stone Lions and other objects. In the background are two large grass covered tombs of Empress Wu and her Emperor husband with small temples atop. You can wander close but cannot enter. I’d say this was a wonderful place to visit, less crowded with awesome views.
Écrit le 18 mai 2018
Cet avis est l'opinion subjective d'un membre de Tripadvisor et non l'avis de Tripadvisor LLC. Les avis sont soumis à des vérifications de la part de Tripadvisor.

g6hie
Beijing, Chine93 contributions
3,0 sur 5 bulles
févr. 2018 • En couple
The Qianling mausoleums of Emperor Tang Gaozong and Empress Wu Zetain are located on top of Mt Liangshan. The views are great, well worth the walk up the long path up to tombs. If you have time it’s worth visiting the tombs of princess Yongtai, princes Yide and Zhanghuni which are a short drive away 5 - 20mins; however the smaller tombs do not have the views as the Tangs but you can walk down into the tombs and they do have some historical artifacts in the side museums on the sites Note you can buy a combined ticket for 82RMB. Once you visited the tombs then the next day visit history museum in Xian as the wall paintings that adorned the walls are on display in the basement of the museum
Écrit le 21 février 2018
Cet avis est l'opinion subjective d'un membre de Tripadvisor et non l'avis de Tripadvisor LLC. Les avis sont soumis à des vérifications de la part de Tripadvisor.

Jwpgoh
Singapour, Singapour152 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
déc. 2017 • En famille
This is a must see if you are interested in Chinese history .... especially on Tang Dynasty. This mausoleum was built in 684 AD. It is the joint tomb of the third Tang Emperor Gaozong and his Empress Wu Zetian. The latter later became the first and only female emperor in China and started the second Zhou Dynasty. The Spirit Way walk toward the tomb (a 800 meters mountain to be exact) is lined with stone guardian statues on both side. You also get to see 61 stone statues (most without their heads) of foreign delegates paying their respects to the late Emperor Gaozong. Another interesting feature of the mausoleum is the ‘wordless’ stele built to commemorate the ‘achievements’ of Wu Zetian. The mountain tomb has not been excavated. You can also hike up the mountain. Do be careful when you are nearing the top section as it is pretty steep in some sections and have smooth rocks. You will be rewarded with an excellent view of the villages below although there is nothing much else to see up there. Alternatively, you can ride horses with guides up the mountain (you do not get to the top on these horses though). The tickets to enter Qianling mausoleum complex also allows you to visit other satellite tombs - for example, the excavated tombs of Prince Zhanghuai and Princess Yontai. There, you will be able to see the interesting wall murals, potteries and of course, the stone caskets.
Écrit le 4 janvier 2018
Cet avis est l'opinion subjective d'un membre de Tripadvisor et non l'avis de Tripadvisor LLC. Les avis sont soumis à des vérifications de la part de Tripadvisor.

Résultats affichés : 1-10 sur 41
S'agit-il de votre page Tripadvisor ?
Êtes-vous le propriétaire ou le gestionnaire de cet établissement? En réclamant votre page gratuitement, vous pourrez, entre autres, commenter les avis et mettre à jour votre profil.
Prenez le contrôle de votre page

TOMB OF EMPEROR TANG GAOZONG (QIANLING) (Xi'an): Ce qu'il faut savoir pour votre visite (avec photos)

Tous les hôtels : Xi'anAubaines sur les hôtels : Xi'anHôtels de dernière minute : Xi'an
Xi'an : tout à voir et à faire
Excursions d'une journée sur Xi'anParcs d'attractions sur Xi'an
RestaurantsVolsLocations de vacancesRécits de voyageCroisièresVoitures de location