Ulanqab is situated in central Inner Mongolia. The landscape consists of large areas of expansive grassland, including Gegentala Grassland and Huitengxile Grassland. Other popular attractions include an extinct volcano, Lake Dai and Huanghua Valley, known for its picturesque fields of yellow flowers. Feilaishi, Ping'an Cave and Yongxing Lake are also not be missed.
Huitengxile Huanghuagou Pasture Scenic Area is in a winding valley in the west of Huitengxile Pasture. The world-renowned Huanghuagou is a long and deep valley and the site of an ancient glacier. The environment is unique. In summer, it is cool and damp, and the plant coverage is high, with a sea of flowers. Thanks to its blessed atmosphere, several emperors, including Emperor Wu of Han, the Emperor Tabagui of Northern Wei, and the Emperor of Kangxi of Qing, have visited here.
When translated from Mongolian, Huitengxile means "cold high plateau." The grasslands are located in the south-central part of Chahar Right Middle Banner in Ulanqab to the north of Yinshan Mountains. With the colors and styles of the northern pastures, this vibrant place also possesses the bright and beautiful colors of a Jiangnan water town. Huitengxile Grasslands are cool and comfortable in the summer and cold in the winter. Ever since ancient times, it has been a popular summer destination. The best time to visit is between May and September. With many lakes and vast meadows of flowers rolling for miles and miles, it is one of the few high-altitude alpine meadows in the country.
Yongliang Hot Spring Water World is located at Changning Street, Ulanqab, Inner Mongolia. It's a tourism and leisure center incorporating hot springs, bath therapy, entertainment activities, steam rooms, lush garden scenery, great meals and relaxing lodgings all in one place. You can do more than simply enjoy the feeling of the hot springs waters over your skin. You'll also experience a more relaxed pace of life that gives your body the chance to rest and recover.