M29***37The only park in Qipanjing Town, with environment and facilities, there are playgrounds, water parks, artificial lakes, artificial waterfalls, every day in Qipanjing people must go for leisure and entertainment!
骑驴看世界Super cool, the prairie is refreshing, the grass is fragrant, especially when riding a horse, it feels more on the back of the horse. It is recommended to wear trousers to ride a horse, otherwise it will grind your calf, very uncomfortable
托雷尔萨里玉环Attractions are a bit hard to find. I walked for 2 and a half hours. The self-driving tour is still a good choice. The hot springs are very good. The indoor hot springs with transparent roofs are very clean. There are also paddling pools, slides, deep water areas, bought water guns, and children can play Crazy, tandem bicycles, bonfire party in the evening, rich programs, group-buy accommodation + hot spring 498 with breakfast, lunch buffet for one person 38, dinner comes with it, no other costs, good value for money.
北京老顽童Aerzhai Grottoes is 30 kilometers southwest of Kahan Township, Etuoke Qi, and there is a mystery lonely red sand rock hill. The mountain is about 400 meters long from east to west and about 200 meters wide from north to south. The mountain is about 40 meters above the surrounding ground. Although the mountain is small, the rock walls are steep, and there are many large and small grottoes on the steep cliffs, which are called "Hundred Eye Caves". In the long history, due to natural weathering and erosion due to wind and rain, rocks are loosened, cliffs have collapsed, and some ancient caves have been destroyed. At present, there are still 49 grottoes that can be seen. These grottoes are arranged irregularly on the rock wall, with the south wall being the most. The arrangement of grottoes can be roughly divided into three levels: upper, middle and lower. In the middle and upper part of the stone wall, there are 9 relief stone towers of different shapes and sizes dotted among the large grottoes. There are three types of grottoes: large, medium and small, all of which are square. There is only one large grotto, located in the middle of the south wall, with the door facing south. It may be the main cave of the mountain. The interior has collapsed. According to the carved traces visible outside the door, it is inferred that the eaves and door frame of the cave may be a wooden structure. There are steps outside the door, which can go straight down the mountain and lead to other caves to the left and right, but they are all damaged. The remaining grottoes are distributed on both sides of the main cave. Medium-sized grottoes, generally 4.5×4.5 meters in length and width, 2.5 meters in height, the cave room is square, the front wall is cut with an arched door, and the back wall is carved out of the main Buddhist niche. There are two rows of upper and lower Buddhist niches on both sides; the left and right side walls (ie The east and west walls) are also carved with two rows of niches symmetrically. There are some paintings of Buddha on the top of the cave. A 64×64 cm lotus algae is carved into the center of the cave top. The algae well is divided into 32x32 cm squares. Inside the squares there are portraits of sitting Buddha and other colorful paintings. Some algae wells are square in shape. Small grottoes are generally 3×3 meters in length and width, 1.5 meters in height, and 4.65 meters in depth from the entrance. The surrounding walls are made smooth, and the artificial chisel marks are neat and orderly. The walls of the Buddhist niches are whitewashed with mud and painted, but most of them have been weathered and peeled off. One of them is slightly larger, with colorful paintings of Buddha on the walls, and there are faint Tibetan and Mongolian characters around it. Tibetan characters are also carved on the stone walls outside some caves. The top of the mountain forms a flat ground, and there are remnants of buildings, but its layout is unclear. On the hillside and at the foot of the mountain, there are also relics such as green glazed tiles, bricks, tiles and sub-porcelains, which may have fallen from the top of the mountain or the grottoes on the wall. This is the "Hundred Eyes Grotto" on the Ordos Plateau, a small solitary mountain and many magical grottoes, which together constitute a colorful and confusing art palace of paintings and carvings. What is the miracle left over from the era? According to the structure of the grotto, the shape of the stone tower and the content of the remaining murals, some infer that it is a posthumous work of the Yuan Dynasty or a later period of the Yuan Dynasty, but it is difficult to confirm. Such a huge project and such a delicate art are enough to surprise and sigh today's people.