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Hohhot Baita International Airport


Hohhot Baita International Airport derives its name from the Ten Thousand Huayan Scriptures Pagoda, one of the historical attractions in Hohhot which lies 3.5 miles southeast to the airport. The airport was opened in 1958 and then expanded during 1985-1987 to enable its yearly capacity of handling 1,000,000 passengers. The airport serves international scheduled flights to Ulan Bator as well as charter flights to Hong Kong, Russia and Thailand.


Distance to city center: 14 km


Transportation to city center:


Airport bus

The airport bus mainly stops at East Railway Station, Hohhot Municipal Government, Wanda Plaza, Tuanjie Community, and so on. It operates from 10:00 to 22:00 in every 30 minutes with 15 Yuan fare, and other schedules depend on flight arrivals. If one will catch a flight leaving from the West Railway Station, it is suggested to depart 3 hours in advance.



It costs about 40~50 Yuan from Hohhot Baita Airport to Dazhao Temple. The taxi fare is about 30~40 Yuan from Hohhot Baita Airport to West Railway Station.



Railway Stations


Hohhot has extensive railway networks, connecting to Beijing and Hailar to the east; Baotou, Xian, Lanzhou, and Yinchuan to the west; Shanghai, Nanjing and Ningbo to the southeast, plus international trains to Ulan Bator and Moscow.


Hohhot Railway Station


Hohhot Railway Station was built in 1921. There are trains available everyday departing to major cities in China, such as Beijing, Lanzhou, Chengdu, Tongliao, Xilinhot, Manzhouli, Tianjin, Harbin, Shenyang, Hangzhou , Hankou, Baotou, Guangzhou, Shijiazhuang, Xi'an, Yinchuan and so on. Hohhot Railway Station also offers trains to provincial cities, like Wuhai, Erenhot, Ordos, Tongliao, Ulanhot, Xilinhot, Hailar, Manchuria, etc. The network covers almost every city within Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.

Location: located along the Beijing-Baotou railway line


Hohhot East Railway Station


Hohhot East Railway Station is the second largest train station in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. It started construction since September 2006. East Station with a total construction area of ​​nearly 100,000 square meters, having six stations, 30 ticket windows, and its waiting area is 5 times bigger than the original train station. General layout sets 7 arrival-departure tracks, 2 truck departure lines, 2 main lines, and 3 intermediate platforms.

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