Tongliao City is located in the eastern part of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, with Jilin in the east and Liaoning in the south. It is located at the intersection of North China and Northeast China. Tongliao has a long history; human life has existed here since more than 5,000 years ago. The long history of the area has left many historical sites in Tongliao. The Yan Great Wall from the pre-Qin period, the Buddhist pagoda from the Yuan Dynasty, and the Fuyuan Temple from the Qing Dynasty all seem to hint at past glories to the people of today. Similarly, as one of the most concentrated Mongolian communities in the country, the rich ethnic customs are also one of Tongliao's characteristic tourist attractions and they attract many Chinese and foreign tourists.
The Horqin Grasslands in eastern Inner Mongolia are not a typical scenic spot. Instead, they are a vast and seemingly endless prairie. The Horqin Grasslands are located at the northwestern end of the Songliao Plain. The entirety of Hinggan League and part of Tongliao City are included within the grasslands. They are bordered to the north by the Hulunbuir Prairie. Xilingol League is located on the west side of Horqin. This is a vast area with a large landscape of natural pastures. It is also the birthplace of the famous Empress Dowager Xiaozhuang of the Qing Dynasty (the grandmother of Emperor Kangxi).
Daqing Ditch is a long, beautiful and fertile ditch. As the "Green Pearl of Horqin Sandy Land," it was named "Chonghule" by Mongolians. There are verdant trees and blooming flowers in the ditch. The springs from the bottom of the ditch converge to form a twisted, clear creek. Various plants are grown on both sides of the ditch, including evergreen and deciduous trees, with bushes in between. It is a perfect choice in high season in China.
Tongliao is located in the eastern part of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region at the western reaches of the Songnen Plain, east of Jilin and south of Liaoning. The City is at the intersection of North China and Northeastern China. The city is characterized by dry and windy in spring weather, hot and rainy in summers, short and cool autumn weather and long, cold winters, all signs of a continental monsoon climate. From north to south, it is filled to the brim with great tourist sites such as grasslands, oases, deserts and lakes with mountains dotted around the seemingly endless picturesque landscape.
Yinsha Bay is at the northern foot of the Gahai Mountains. The sand dunes, hills and gullies here form a high and low landform, and the natural scenery is spectacular. In the desert, there is entertainment such as Zorbing balls and sand skiing. Here, you can have unique experiences, watch the sunset and take in Mongolian culture. Yinsha Bay has events for every season. The off-road desert crossing competition has become a special activity at Yinsha Bay and Kulun Area.