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Baotou Attractions

  • Baotou Nanhai Wetlands

    Baotou Nanhai Wetlands

    Located in southern east of Baotou, Nanhai Wetlands is a national 4A-level scenic area. It covers 1,664 hectares, with a huge wetlands area of about 5.8 square kilometers. Over 200 kinds of wild animals and plants living here are drawn by this wonderful environment, and so are tourists. It was an... Read more>>
  • Baotou Museum

    Baotou Museum

    Established in 1998, Baotou Museum locates in the downtown of Baotou city. It is a national second-level museum with comprehensive exhibition of Baotou and western part of Inner Mongolia. The new museum has a building area of 24,000 square meters, including Baotou Art Museum in it. Inside the mus... Read more>>
  • Xilamuren Grassland

    Xilamuren Grassland

    Grassland seems like a symbol of Inner Mongolia. Blue sky and green ground would make a perfect picture for photographers, and provide relaxation for people who deal with too much pressure in daily life. With such an open sky, you can lie on the ground just doing nothing, or you can shout out to th... Read more>>
  • Singing Sand Ravine

    Singing Sand Ravine

    From the name, you may already know how amazing this place is. Apparently, sand here can “sing” for some reasons, and this should be enough to attract you visiting here. Sing Sand Ravine is a huge comprehensive resort located in the east Kubuqi Desert of Inner Mongolia, with a distance of 50 kilo... Read more>>
  • Northern Weaponry City

    Northern Weaponry City

    For military enthusiasts, Northern Weaponry City is a perfect place to visit. It is a national 4A-level cannon-themed park which integrates patriotism, national defense education, military culture and entertainment. In the front gate, there is a statue with a shape of an eagle purely made from bu... Read more>>
  • Wudang Lamasery

    Wudang Lamasery

    Wudang Lamasery is Wudang Zhao in Chinese, and it actually has names in three different language, one in Mongolian, one in Tibetan, and one in Mandarin. In Mongolian, “Wudang” means willow, and it gets this name because of the large number of willows surrounding it. In Tibetan, “Zhao” means tem... Read more>>
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