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.

  • 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.

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    Tourists try camel riding at Mingsha Hill desert


    Tourists visit Mingsha Mountain in Dunhuang


    Yardang landforms at Dunhuang Yardang National Geopark