Inner Mongolia

Ranking third in China, the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region stretches like a belt straddling eight provinces and autonomous regions towards the northernmost part of the country. Externally, it borders both Mongolia and Russia. For nature enthusiasts, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region is replete with stunning grasslands, rivers, lakes, hot springs, snow. The Hulunbuir Grassland has been called the most beautiful natural grassland in China. And scenic spots like the Hexigten Banner World Geo-park, and Aershan Volcano Ruins Geo-park are of high scientific value.

Inner Mongolia Desert

Other must-see attractions include the Genghis Khan Mausoleum, Zhaojun Tomb,  the ancient Great Wall,  Wudang Lamasery, Five-Pagoda Temple, and Beizi Temple.

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