There is more to Xian than a standing army. True, the Terra Cotta Warriors and Soldiers Museum remains the biggest drawcard of the former capital of China, but its other attractions are legion. The Xian city wall, for example, is the most complete city wall in China and its 14km may be tackled on foot or by bicycle. The enormous Shaanxi History Museum displays thousands of cultural relics while Qian Ling, the mausoleum of emperor Tang Gaozang and empress Wu Zetian, features the best-preserved tombs in Xian. Close to all the action stands the five-star Shangri-La Golden Flower Hotel, whose recently renovated guestrooms, at an average of 42 square metres, are Xian's largest. The hotel's health club offers an indoor heated swimming pool, a Jacuzzi and a sauna, and the Horizon Club offers a host of luxuries and services, including express check-in and check-out, access to a private lounge serving complimentary breakfast and a library and business centre. In a competition exclusive to readers of the South China Morning Post, the Shangri-La's Golden Flower Hotel is offering a three-night stay for two people in a Horizon Club room. To enter our competition, simply write to us using the words 'Xian', 'Shangri-La' and 'warriors' in the most creative way you can. For inspiration, go to www.shangri-la.com/xian/goldenflower/en/index.aspx , then visit promotions.scmp.com, click on 'Travel Club' and complete the registration form. Entries must be no longer than 75 words. Closing date: December 13. The offer, subject to availability, is valid until December 31, 2007. The editor's decision is final. Air fares are not provided. Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts is owned by the Kerry Group, the biggest shareholder in the SCMP Group, publisher of the South China Morning Post.