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It’s a little far from the city but incredibly beautiful ~ We took the bus (27) but I would suggest if you don’t live in China or don’t know much Chinese rather take a taxi. South Lake is pretty close so we made a day...More
If you enjoy history, this is a great place to spend a day. It was hot but there are plenty of places to cool off. The museum was interesting and the live show was very good. The litter around the grounds and the dirty water...More
The grounds are nice to walk around and there is a small museum on site. Many of the signs in the museum are printed with English translation so you can get an idea of the ancient nomadic lifestyle in Inner Mongolia. The site was worth...More
This place is 20min by taxi from Hohhot downtown.
There is a walk of 1h or 1h30 to do where you will discover the Hun museum w/ old replica of bronze pieces exhibit, a chinese paper cutting exhibit, an old typical house, a grave alley,...More
I went in the off season, and was one of the only people there. The view from the top of the burial mound is really nice (would have been better on a clear day). I also really liked the paper cutting exhibit, and the art...More
The various buildings show cased the history as well as artifacts which to me was fascinating, and in particular from the Hue era. The tomb of Zhaojun on the hill was another attraction which should not be missed, for anybody interested in history this is...More
we took our bikes there and it was a long, yet beautiful ride, but arriving there I had expected more, anyhow ot was a beautifuyl day, you could see the city in the north, after climbing the hill, not to many people where there and...More
This site is just over 10 miles from Hohhot and is dedicated to Zhaojun who is famous for marrying a tribal chief and bringing peace among the nationalities.
You can climb to the top of the earthen pyramid built above her grave and view the...More