Dunhuang Travel

Dunhuang, meaning brilliant or magnificent, was once an important city, served as an important way station on the main trade route between China and Central Asia. Today Dunhuang is best known for the nearby caves that contain Buddhist frescoes, ritual objects, and documents dating from the 4th to the 12th century AD. The frescoes are considered to be the best-preserved examples of their kind in China. Dunhuang Travel provides detailed information of Dunhuang maps, attractions, pictures, travel suggestions as well as China tour packages.