The Beau­ti­ful and Mag­nif­i­cent In­ner Mon­go­lia

China's Foreign Trade (English) - - Special Report -

In­ner Mon­go­lia has great stretch in ge­og­ra­phy and rich tourism re­sources. It con­sists of four tourism re­gions, in­clud­ing Chilechuan Mod­ern Grass­land Tourism Re­gion, Bei­jing-tian­jin-he­bei Rim Grass­land Tourism Re­gion, North­east For­est and Grass­land Tourism Re­gion, and North­west Poplar and Desert Ad­ven­ture Re­gion.

Chilechuan Mod­ern Grass­land Tourism Re­gion

This re­gion many cov­ers cities of Ho­hhot, Bao­tou, Or­dos and Bayan­nur, fea­tur­ing grass­land, deserts, an­cient relics, lakes and in­dus­trial spots. The main scenic spots in­clude Da Zhao Tem­ple, Zhao Jun Tomb, Meng­niu In­dus­try Park, Yili In­dus­try Park, Wu Dangzhao Monastery, Xil­a­muren Grass­land, Sound­ing Sand Bay, the Mau­soleum of Genghis Khan, Seven Star Lake, Ji­ucheng­gong Tourism Spot, Weixin Golf Re­sort, Yel­low River He­tao Cul­ture Park and Nalin Lake.

Bei­jing-tian­jin- He­bei Rim Grass­land Tourism Re­gion

This re­gion cov­ers ar­eas of Ulan­qab, Xilin­gol and Chifeng, fea­tur­ing grass­land, Mon­go­lian cul­ture, Hong­shan cul­ture, Liao cul­ture, ge­o­log­i­cal won­ders and springs. The ma­jor scenic spots in­clude Ulaanbu­tan grass­land, Hun­shan­dake Sandy Land, Xilin­gol Grass­land, Ge­gen­tala Grass­land, Huitengx­ile Grass­land, Dai­hai Lake, Dali Lake, Yu­long Sand Lake, Reshui, Asi­hatu Rock For­est, the Site of Xanadu and Har­qin Palace.

North­east For­est and Grass­land Tourism Re­gion

This re­gion cov­ers ar­eas of Hu­lun­biur, Hing­gan League and Tongliao, fea­tur­ing grass­land, for­est, folk cul­ture ex­pe­ri­ences, spa treat­ment, ice and snow tourism, fron­tier ports and ex­otic at­mos­phere. The main scenic spots in­clude Hu­lun­biur grass­land, Horqin grass­land, Xiaozhuang Park, Daqing­gou na­tional park, Zhurihe Ranch, River Ranch, Ar­shaan Moun­tain for­est, hot springs, Hailar pa­tri­o­tism ed­u­ca­tion base, the Golden Horde, Huhe­noel, Phoenix Moun­tain, Mordaga For­est Park, Bi­lahe tourist area, Aoluguya deer tribe, Lengji Vil­lage, Manchuria and Meng­wushi­wei, the source of Ar­gun River.

North­west Poplar and Desert Ad­ven­ture Re­gion

This re­gion mainly cov­ers ar­eas of Wuhai and Alxa League, fea­tur­ing rock paint­ing, re­li­gious tourism, habi­ta­tion cul­ture, aerospace tech­nol­ogy and desert ex­pe­ri­ences. The main scenic spots in­clude Wuhai Lake, Golden Sand Bay, Man­dela Moun­tain Rock Paint­ing, Juyan Lake, Guang­zong Tem­ple, Moon Lake, pop­u­lus forests, Dongfeng Aerospace City and Badain Jaran Desert. Col­or­ful ex­hi­bi­tions and hol­i­day cel­e­bra­tions

Each year In­ner Mon­go­lia holds China In­ter­na­tional Nadam Fair, Chi­naMon­go­lia Expo, China Grass­land Cul­tural Fes­ti­val, Or­dos In­ter­na­tional Nadam Fair, Manchuria In­ter­na­tional Ice and Snow Fes­ti­val, and Chi­naRus­sia-mon­go­lia Beauty Con­test.

In­ner Mon­go­lia a lso holds In­ner Mon­go­lia Tourism In­dus­try De­vel­op­ment Expo, Grass­land Nadam and Mon­go­lian Cloth­ing Cul­ture Fes­ti­val, Ice and Snow Nadam and Mon­go­lian Win­ter Cloth Fes­ti­val.

Nadams were also held in pre­fec­tures, coun­ties, com­pa­nies, ranches and vil­lages all across In­ner Mon­go­lia.

More than 100 large hol­i­day cel­e­bra­tion events are also held each year across the re­gion, in­clud­ing the 818 Zhe­limu Horse-rac­ing Fes­ti­val, the Arxan Holy Wa­ter Fes­ti­val, the Alashan Au­tumn Pop­u­lus Fes­ti­val and the He­tao Cul­tural Fes­ti­val. Th­ese events are col­or­ful and en­tic­ing, al­low­ing tourists to gain more knowl­edge of lo­cal folk cul­ture and prac­tices. De­li­cious food and dis­tinct lo­cal pro­duce

De­li­cious Mon­go­lian food in­cludes roast whole lamb, boiled lamb, milk prod­ucts and ku­miss. The Mon­go­lian cui­sine fea­tur­ing a large pro­por­tion of meat and drinks shows the open­ness of Mon­go­lian peo­ple.

The ma­jor lo­cal pro­duce in­cludes blue­berry, sea buck­thorn, fil­bert, beef jerky, milk prod­ucts and spe­cial hand­i­crafts. Im­prov­ing in­fra­struc­ture and re­cep­tion con­di­tions

In­ner Mon­go­lia now has 19 air­ports, with flights con­nected to ma­jor cities of the coun­try. In­ter­na­tional flights to Seoul, Ulan Ba­tor, Chita and Irkutsk now also op­er­at­ing. The travel by rail­way and ex­press­way is also con­ve­nient and fast.

As of now In­ner Mon­go­lia has 318 A-level tourist spots, 318 star restau­rants and 956 travel agen­cies. It also has var­i­ous folk re­cep­tion fa­cil­i­ties that meet de­mands of all lev­els and dif­fer­ent groups of peo­ple.

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