Daci’en Temple and Big Wild Goose Pagoda are favorite spots for your trip to Xi’an. It is close to the Shaanxi History Museum. It is recommended to visit them during the same day. The transportation is convenient. You can check the bus line on the Gaode map. Big Wild Goose Pagoda is in the temple, and you must first buy tickets for the temple, after entering, you can choose to hire a commentator according to your needs, which costs 50 yuan. If you visit there by yourself slowly, you will explore a lot, and you may especially like the stories about the Sakyamuni and Xuan Zang Masters.
You can see the Big Wild Goose Pagoda soon, you need 30 yuan to buy a ticket to the pagoda. If you don’t have a commentator, you can scan WeChat and listen to the electronic voice commentary. The Big Wild Goose Pagoda was built by the Xuan Zang Master after he recovered the true scriptures from India. He asked to build the pagoda for the storing and translating the scriptures. In the ages, the pagoda is not able to see how many years it looked like before, and when you reach the top, you can view the scenery of the whole city. Of course, there are a lot of people too. After you go out of the pagoda you can sit under the pagoda. When the wind blows, you can hear the sound of the bell on the pagoda. It is very nice. In short, calm down here and slow down.
Through the copper-cut murals in the two halls, you will learn about the history of Tang Monk, and the Big Wild Goose Pagoda is also named after Tang Monk’s gratitude for the help of the wild geese in the desert.
It is recommended to buy a ticket to climb the tower, as there is a total of seven floors, and each floor has four small windows, standing in the north-south direction of the top floor, you can clearly see the urban pattern of the ancient Chang’an City square. Of course, it is better if you can catch a good weather.