White Pagoda Mountain is located at north of the Yellow River, in the Baitashan park scenery area of Lanzhou city. The mountain is named due to the white pagoda on the main summit of the mountain. According to legend, the pagoda was built for memorize a famous Tibet Lama who die of illness on his

Xiguan Mosque is one of the ancient mosques in Lanzhou,the capital city of Gansu and it was built in the Ming dynasty. Xiguan Mosque covers an area of over 4,800 square meters and its construction area is over 3,000 square meters after it was rebuilt in 1990. What to See/Do: The mosque was built in

Located at Qilihe district, Lanzhou city of Gansu Province, Gansu Provincial Museum is a comprehensive museum with a relatively large scale. The museum presents people the specimens of ancient animal fossils in the cretaceous period and the colored pottery culture in the Neolithic Age, bronze wares, ceramics, and jades since Shang and Zhou Dynasties, historical

Maiji Mountain Grottoes is a key scenic part of Maiji Mountain scenic spot, which is an AAAAA national scenic spot. It is one of the four famous grottoes in China and is reputed as “Oriental Sculpture Gallery”. Other three grottoes are Longmen Grottoes in Luoyang of Henan Province, Yungang Grottoes in Datong of Shanxi Province

The Binggou Danxia scenery area is located within Zhangye Danxia National Geological Park. It is 45 kilometers away from the downtown of Zhangye city. The elevation of the scenery area is between 1,500 and 2,550 meters. It is the most typical Danxia landform in the drought region of China.

Located in Sunan Yugur Autonomous County of Gansu Province, 65 kilometers south of Zhangye City, Mati Temple is a popular tourist attraction combining grotto art, stunning Qilian Mountain scenery and Yugur folk custom.

Located at the north foot of the Qilian Mountain, 30 kilometers south of Linze County, Zhangye City of Gansu Province, Zhangye Danxia National Geological Park is a typical area of Chinese colorful Danxia landform with the best and largest geomorphic development in China. The Guardian pictured the landform here as China’s Rainbow Mountains.See http://www.theguardian.com/world/gallery/2013/aug/01/rainbow-mountains-china-in-pictures.