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Kubuqi Desert

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Open Open 24 hours
Recommended sightseeing time: 1 day
Address: Hanggin, Ordos, Inner Mongolia, China
Phone: 0477-2257788

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Kubuchi, the seventh largest desert in China, means the strings on the bow, because it is under the Yellow River like a string hanging on the Yellow River, so it is named. Buy a 280 yuan tour package, take a desert surf car into, ride a camel 🐫, see the strange woods, sand sculpture, pick pockets and other attractions, slide down from the sand mountain, and take a small train back.

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Kubuqi Desert, near Beijing, is the seventh largest desert in China. "Kubuqi" means bowstring in Mongol because it is shaped like a bowstring on the Yellow River. Kbuqi Scenic Area has a desert climate, with hot summers and extremely cold winters. The warm autumn is the ideal season for traveling to this desert.
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