Dazhao Temple is the oldest and largest temple in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia. It was the first Gelugpa Buddhism monastery built in Inner Mongolia. It was constructed in 1578, during the sixth year of Emperor Wanli’s reign in Ming Dynasty, by Tumete Tribal Chief Alehan to celebrate his conversion to…

Zhaojun Tomb is an important historical site in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia. It honors the life and legacy of Wang Zhaojun, a famous historical figure in Western Han Dynasty. It is about 6 miles (9 kilometers) away from Hohhot. The tomb of Zhaojun is a large earthen structure with an area…

Yellow Flowers Valley is a winding valley on Huitengxile Grassland in Inner Mongolia. It extends for 6 miles (10 kilometers) on the boundless grassland and has a depth of 328 yards (300 meters). It is famous for its beautiful natural landscapes and unique geological sights.   Fast Facts about Yellow…

China is among the countries with the largest areas of grasslands in the world. In fact, grasslands take up about 40% of China’s total area. If you want to admire the beauty of grasslands, you should definitely travel to Hohhot in Inner Mongolia. Huitengxile Grassland is one of the world’s three largest…

Hohhot is the capital city of Inner Mongolia, meaning “green city” in Mongolian. Only 2 hours away by train from Beijing, it is most famously known for the vast grasslands in and around the city. They are great getaways for those who want a break from city life. Hohhot is…

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