When I came to the grassland, I became a Inner Mongolian all day. Before eating meat, my face became fat. The nomadic grassland is beautiful, and there are many Tibetan elements. I especially like the stars in the grassland.
The first attraction I went to after arriving in Hailar was on the side of the road where I went to the Mozhgler River to see the world’s first curved water. It was large in scale and highly playable.
In terms of characteristics, his family has the world's largest obo-Tengeri obo, and he also made up a story decently. Although you can tell that the story is fake at first glance, it can be considered attentive, at least it has a selling point.
In terms of projects, there are horse riding, paramotors, slides, zip lines, grass sliding, bungee jumping, suspension bridges, cs field battles, wetland exploration, and there is actually a wetland hotel! The facilities are very complete, and it's a bit of a broken heart to keep tourists.
From a cultural point of view, there are Hada offerings, horse wine, obo, commentary cards about Mongolian customs, and famous Mongolian figures and large statues depicting gods and animals in cultural relics. In order to promote national culture, it can be said that it is well-intentioned.
Compared with so many layouts and projects, the price is not too expensive, it is worth seeing, and the playability is very strong.
Oh, yes, I forgot to say, that big brand of I❤HulunBuir is very beautiful, and it brings out the feeling of the grassland all at once, praise.
The nomadic tribe of the Tianxia Grassland in Chenbalhu Banner is a very worthwhile attraction.
On the tall wooden door, the flags of nomadic tribes are waving in the wind. There are the world’s largest obo and the largest yurt. The tickets are very cheap and there are many fun activities.
Why are there so few reviews here? Let me write a couple of sentences. If you want to find a grassland yurt with a higher grade and taste, of course you must be selected here. The overall grade is relatively high, and it can be seen that they are operating carefully, and the door at the door has copied Genghis Khan’s weapons one-to-one with great prestige! The scenery is very beautiful, the sanitation is also very good, the dining price is relatively high, the free bonfire party in the evening actually invited a shaman to pray for blessings, and the fun was quite hilarious. The place that feels bad is riding horses. It’s okay to walk around and watch the flowers. If you want to experience the feeling of riding for yourself, don’t think about it. The stirrups are fixed. Don’t try to clamp the belly of the horse. The reins are always in the hands of the horsemen. , You don't want to speed up. The scenery at night here is beautiful. The yurt in the accommodation is a real felt yurt, which is great. The surrounding pasture grass is fertile, and the Mozhgele River winds through in the distance (really a very slim river). I get up in the morning and go for a walk. The air is fresh. Cows and horses graze comfortably on the grassland. Those who came out of the Haze City were really impressed.
The large grassland with blue sky and white clouds, flocks of cattle and sheep are all contracted to the landscape of the Mongolian tribe. The scenery here is beautiful, and there are many interesting games to participate in, and you can also watch Mongolian performances.