Wudang Lamasery in Baotou, North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, was pictured in this photo, Nov 29.
Jiuquhuajie Art World and South Dragon King temple are rated as national 2A-level scenic areas.
On the Final of fifteenth Mongolian costume, Baotou delegation, organized by Baotou Tourism Development Committee, award 2 gold medals, 2 bronze medal and 1 for college student design and innovation.
Tumd Right Banner, Baotou on the list of national all-for-one tourism demonstration county which is the only named county of Inner Mongolia.
Golden-yellow trees were pictured at Jiufeng Mountain Natural Reserve in Tumd Right Banner.
Located in Baotou, North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, Nanhai Wetland scenic area is a national 4A-level scenic area measuring 1,664 hectares.
Located about 58 kilometers southeast of Guyang county, Mount Ma’an peaks at an altitude of 1,984 meters.
Three major tourist attractions in Baotou, North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, have recently been assessed by a group from the Inner Mongolia Tourism and Development Committee.
Shiguai district in Baotou, North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, has been making big strides in developing so-called “all-for-one” tourism in the district, according to Baotou Evening News.
An ocean of flowers has formed in Baotou Rare Earth High-Tech Industrial Development Zone after nearly four months of careful cultivation and maintenance, Sept 19.
Autumn flower season festival open in Qicaidadi scenic area Tumd Right Banner on September 7.
A “thangka” was displayed on the hillside at Wudang Lamasery during a recently held Buddhist ceremony, attracting attention from numerous visitors and photographers, Sept 10.
A Mongolian costume show showcases traditional Mongolian culture at the first Inner Mongolia Tourism Industry Expo, Sept 2.
The first Inner Mongolia Tourism Industry Expo opened in Baotou, North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, on Sept 2, according to Baotou Daily.
Tengger Nayur Wetland Reserve was once the largest of its kind in Baotou. Tengger means heaven in the Mongolian language, and Nayur means lake.