Dunhuang city located in Northwest China's Gansu province and has been a religious and cultural crossing point on the Silk Road for centuries.
The city is home to several tourist attractions such as the Echoing-Sand Mountain (Mingsha Mountain), Crescent Lake (Yueya Quan) and the world heritage-listed Mogao Grottoes.
In Dunhuang, tourists can ride camels in the desert, view breathtaking scenery and experience the treasures of Buddhist art.
A visit to Dunhuang city is a must for visitors who are eager to have an authentic experience of desert culture.
The name Dunhuang originally meant "prospering, flourishing"-- a hint that Dunhuang once was an important city.Read More
The original symphony chorus Dunhuang was performed at Gansu Grand Theatre, in Lanzhou city, Gansu province on Jan 7.Read More
Gansu University of Chinese Medicine set up a hospital department focusing on the medical science from Dunhuang manuscripts .Read More
Gansu province is getting some Chinese and renowned world musicians to come to its Silk Road Dunhuang International Music Forum, in the city of Lanzhou which started on July 26.Read More
Dunhuang Airport implements new summer flight schedules
Dunhuang Airport started to carry out new flight schedules for the summer.
Gansu offers tax refund to inbound tourists
The Gansu provincial government will open duty-free stores at Dunhuang Airport in 2016.
Tourists can 'deposit' pets at Mogao Grottoes
Dunhuang Mogao Grottoes scenic spot has given temporary accommodations to more than 100 pets.
The Silk Road Dunhuang Hotel ushers 20th anniversary in 2015
The Silk Road Dunhuang Hotel will celebrate its 20th anniversary in August, 2015.
Digital display center of Mogao Grottoes opens
The Mogao Grottoes, a UNESCO world heritage with more than 2,000 colored statues and 45,000 square meters of murals.