Dunhuang

Dunhuang is small oasis surrounded by high mountains, deserts and the Gobi Desert. It is located at the western end of Hexi Corridor in Gansu Province, China, and has a population of 140,000. Known as Shazhou in ancient times, Dunhuang has a time-honored history, splendid culture, a large number of historical sites to the tune of 241, including the ruins of ancient grottoes, temples and tombs, the Great Wall built in the Han Dynasty, ancient cities, beacon towers, and ancient posts.

Transportation and Travel Services

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Useful Telephone Numbers and Websites

Tourist complaints in Dunhuang: 0086-937-8821303
Consulting telephone of Dunhuang Tourism Board: 0086-937-8851518
Dunhuang Tourist Board Website

News

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