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We had a guide to bring us around the mausoleum which is one of the top attractions in Ordos. To reach the 3 main temples there is a total of 99 steps to climb which symbolic and the guide will explain to you about the...More
I visited the Mausoleum and hired a tour guide. I was very interested in learning about Genghis Khan and the Mongols. The tour guide sounded informed however after searching the web I realized that some of the stuff she told us might not be true....More
It's not the largest attraction but a memorable one. Architecture was impressive, both well maintained and elaborated for local theme. Having a tour guide, you will not miss any important point or story behind the long history. The leader of Mongolia deserves a lot of...More
Although it is not really the final resting place if Genghis Khan, it is supposed to be the place where he wanted to be buried. It is a massive place and well worth the visit! Please do not forget to bring your passport as they...More
A sacred place where the spirit of Genhis Khans resided. Genghis Khan personal items used in the battles were displayed here. The eternal flame lit 800 years ago is still here. The site is guarded by the 36 th generations of the descendents of his...More
Well worth the effort to get there - via a taxi from Ordos - and yes they are renovating the outside. The site is large, and most of the historic stuff is inside, with a good souvenir shop attached. Allow an hour, maybe two. Not...More
Very impressive museum complex for Genghis Khan on an extensive area starting with the impressive statue and gate, followed by large area of statues in the field, viewing area, souvenir shops, and the museum building. It includes a painting and many artifacts following Genghis Khan's...More
I didn't enjoy the time I spent there. The site was under renovation. Therefore from outside it was only possible to see the scaffolding all around the mausoleum. How disappointing! I should have informed about that beforehand at the ticket office but nobody took the...More
Am here with a tour group from Singapore. It is much better if you can have a staff to follow you throughout to help explain the history of Genghis Khan and his life's accomplishments.
There is much walking and not advisable for those with weak...More