RiriThis place is like a fairy tales. Scenery is amazing!! We were there in golden week holiday, was bit crowded. Try to come as early as possible if you travel with kids. Many visitors came in late afternoon to catch the sunset.
m23***36The scenery is very beautiful, but the scenic area management is confused, people are very fierce, often have to change cars, and the line is not clear, the scenic road is also being repaired, so the car will be delayed for a long time. It takes about an hour to drive from the scenic spot gate to the Hump Mountain Tianchi. All scenic spots are closed at 5 o'clock, and many are not allowed to enter at 4:30. The Hump Mountain Tianchi is really beautiful. There are many climbing stairs and the physical strength is quite expensive. We walked for 2 hours and needed to stop and stop in the middle. The Shitang Lin plank is basically flat, very little need to climb, walk up more relaxed, basically 40 minutes to 1 hour can walk, the scenery and hump ridge Tianchi are two styles, no Tianchi shock, but also beautiful. We entered the park at 11 o'clock, but we only had enough time to walk the two attractions on the day. I didn't plan to go to the Three Pond Gorges at Shitang Forest, but the driver said that he had to change several trains to go there. It is estimated that it is too late.
行摄九州Ulan Butong is also called BaShang not far from Beijing, it is very convenient to drive, now the scenery here is the most beautiful, autumn here white birch tree dyed yellow, the whole land is also golden, after the National Day of the Eleventh National Day the scenery is basically withered, there are many attractions here, Daiba, General soaking, pupa, and many other special attractions, do not miss the pupa.
开心卫士I want to take my children to see the desert in the summer vacation. The Kubuqi Desert Xiangshawan Scenic Area, recommended by Inner Mongolia friends, booked the Lotus Bay Hotel in advance (including one large and one small scenic spot ticket), and flew to Hushi and drove about 300 kilometers. Arrived at Xiangshawan. (You can also fly directly to Erdos and the hotel arranges the pick-up.) After check-in at the holiday reception center in the morning, take a bracelet, then take the No. 3 cable car first to enter the scenic spot. Must do a good job in the scenic spot. We choose Xiansha Bay at the first stop. The first project is to ride a camel 🐫, and it happens to be the theater performance time. The play was a zodiac (acrobatics-themed show) and the children liked to watch it. Xiansha Bay is mainly amusement facilities. The rattles of sand and the hump roller coasters are more exciting. Children especially like to play bumper cars. With bracelet, they can enter from the hotel VIP entrance and save a lot of queue time. We basically played the facilities inside. It was a full day. Returned to the hotel around 5 p.m. After checking out from the hotel the next day, we took the car to Yuesha Bay. The water project is the main attraction, the main attraction is the water world, you need to change your swimsuit to go in, there are two large attractions, similar to the rapids, I have experienced it once, there is no special passage here. So the queue was long, the performance was very special, the play was the wedding of Ordos, the scene was spectacular, the content was very novel, people knew the local customs, very knowledgeable, personal feeling better than the performance of Xiansha Bay, It takes half a day to play beautifully here, after all, it is not suitable for long exposure in the desert. Leave Yuesha Bay and return to Xiangsha Bay. It is similar to a transportation transfer station, there are two or three self-funded projects, we experience sand-sliding, the slope of sand-sliding is large and deep, very exciting, a person 60 yuan, it is recommended. There is a kart experience at the bottom of the sand slide. It costs 80 yuan two laps and the length is about 2 kilometers. The child tried it and felt good. Because he still has to go back to the city, so he didn't go too late. He took the hotel's jeep to return to the third ropeway at about 5 o'clock. He had a good time for two days. Kubuch Desert is the seventh largest desert in China. It is really very difficult to build an amusement park here. Xiangshawan is recommended. Friends who like the desert must experience it. Say a little shortcoming, the two-day tour gave me the overall feeling that the service attitude of the staff of the playground, especially Yuesha Bay, is relatively poor, much worse than the staff of the hotel. Whether it is in language or service attitude, it is recommended that the scenic spot do a good job of training in time. Let each link of the Xiangsha Bay can give a good impression to the tourists.
Surrounded by fresh air, green grasslands and mountain hikes- Hohhot is the perfect starting point for a Inner Mongolian adventure. Considering the climate and the relative comfort of the city, it’s a good introduction to the rest of the province, giving you things to see without starting off too extreme.
One such great thing to do is to just wander around. Starting in the heart of downtown you can quickly walk through multiple temple complexes, as well as a couple of mosques - that diversity being a notable point of reference that makes for an interesting view.
Then, when you’re ready, grab a bowl of hot noodles and it’s time to get ready for the rest of your adventure.
Ulanqabu is a small city a short train ride east of Hohhot - Inner Mongolia’s capital. Safe to say, it’s not the most interesting of places - but it is the gateway to one.
Rent a car and drive a couple of hours north and you’ll be faced with a national park full of volcanoes you can climb around on and horses to run around and observe - the perfect spot for an outdoor adventure.
10/10 recommend the early wake up call to be here at sunrise - the place lights up and there’s very little better.
That said, wrap up warm as it can get more than a wee bit chilly during the winter months and it can snow all the way up to May.
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When everyone says “don’t go, it’s out of season” that’s normally a sign that there’s something awesome being hidden away and that is true of Inner Mongolia.
No, the grasslands weren’t green in April- but the lands were empty, like completely empty. That made it perfect for just venturing out and exploring without having to fight your way through crowds.
Oh, and if you’re like me and much prefer the winter vibes and want to escape the heat then there’s no better place.
While you can technically get to Ulanqabu and then hire a driver I would fully recommend renting your own car 🚗
10/10 recommended and will 10/10 come back to camp when the time comes. 🏕
Inner Mongolia was an absolute dream in the dessert. you think you’re going to experience the simplicity of the vast land but of course there’s 1000 different activities to do. we went on rollercoasters, into the water park, slid down sand dunes and rode ATV’s for $7CAD. This adventure was definitely one for the books! 🤟🏽🤟🏽
Getting There - 2.5 hour train from Beijing North to Hohhot
Attractions - Yurts, horses, traditional clothes and grasslands
Hotels - basic yurt
Inner Mongolia was a dream ✨ One of my most memorable moments was riding through the Kubuqi Desert on a camel.
Meet Alice the Camel, she was even kind enough to snap a quick photo with me and the gang 🥰
Your Jamaican Girl
The Ulan Hada Volcano Group, also known as the Liandanlu Volcano（Alchemy Furnace Volcano）, is located in Chahar Right Wing Banner, Ulan Qab City, Inner Mongolia. It is more than 400 kilometers from Beijing and has a total area of 65.9 square kilometers.
I visited with a tour group. We opted to go by train. The train ride was roughly a little over 2 hours. We then took an additional 2 hour bus ride to the volcano.
I was surprised as to how popular this site is. We were greeted with a long line of traffic and an alarming amount of visitors. When planning your trip to this site, pay keen attention to your itinerary to see what it allows.
The walk to the top of the volcano is roughly 30 minutes, depending on your hiking skill set. I must warn you that the unofficial hiking trail is made of pebbles that make it really difficult to hike up without slipping a couple times… so hike at your own risk ⚠️ At the top of the volcano you’ll be greeted by a breathtaking view so it’s definitely worth the risk.
if you’re a nature lover then this site is perfect for you! Feel free to walk around and explore this beautiful space. You can even mix things up a bit by ordering space suits that are available on site for rental (approximately 150-250 rmb).
Overall, it was a great experience. I can finally cross hiking a volcano off my bucket list ✅
Your Jamaican Girl
Getting There - Private car
Attractions - Motorbike ride, camel ride, sand surf…
Food & Restaurants - You cannot miss the Inner Mongolia Hotpot!
Shopping - Souvenirs of the region
Camping, desert hikes and camel rides in the Kabuqi desert. Never ending folding sand dunes and no beeping motorbikes... the camels looked a bit worse for wear but seemed quite content! Sun cream, sun glasses and face scarf would are very helpful!