An immersive journey to Huaqing Palace in Xi'an

By Wen Yi | | Updated: 2023-12-05 15:16
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Huaqing Palace. [Photo provided by the TCG Shaanxi]

Immersive tourism has become a prominent trend in China's cultural and tourism industry, captivating the interest of avid travelers nationwide.

Xi'an, located in Northwest China's Shaanxi province, has a history of more than 3,100 years and served as the capital for 13 Chinese dynasties. It stands as a treasure trove of immersive tourist attractions in China.

Huaqing Palace in Xi'an is one of these attractions, which boasts a royal architectural legacy that spans 3000 years and a hot spring tradition dating back 6000 years. It is recognized as one of the first batches of National AAAAA Tourist Attractions in China and as a main scenic spot within the Qinling Zhongnanshan Geopark by UNESCO. 

By employing advanced technologies and creating engaging immersive activities, Huaqing Palace has successfully drawn countless tourists. Here are some activities that allow visitors to immerse themselves in the rich historical tapestry of Huaqing Palace:

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