I was thinking of visiting the Terracotta army, and I realise its quite a way away from my original plan.
I have roughly 2 months to get from Hong Kong to Singapore and was thinking of visiting the Terracotta army in Xi'an. Does anybody have any help or advice if this is possible well i know it is but time constraints and costs i'm not certain.
Any help advice or ideas would be greatly appreciated.
I don't know anything about Xian, but I know that with only 2 months, you got to go at a pretty good pace to get to Singapore. Since you are in China, it would be a shame to miss Guilin and some of Yunnan on your way down too.
Plan for 3 weeks in Vietnam, there is so much to see. I guess with two weeks in China, 3 in Vietnam, a week in Cambodia, and 2 weeks down through Thailand and Malaysia, you can make it.
Yes, i think the Terracotta army is the "do-not-miss" world heritage site. Besides Guilin suggested by Degolasse, I advise you Hangzhou, another beautiful city in China. Especaily in winter, it's quiet and clean. You can breath a chilly air and relaxe yourself by rambling along the West Lake,the famous scenery in Hangzhou.
Cheers Guys thats appreciated