China - Inner Mongolia (Chapter)
This is the Inner Mongolia chapter from Lonely Planet’s China guidebook.
Mongolia. The word alone stirs up visions of nomadic herders, thundering horses and, of course, the warrior-emperor Genghis Khan. The Mongols conquered half the known world in the 13th century and while their empire is long gone, visitors are still drawn to this land wrapped up in both myth and legend.
- go for a horse ride around the glorious Hūlúnbèi’ěr grasslands near Hǎilā’ěr
- walk among the ancient walls of Shàngdū and contemplate the lost greatness of Kublai Khan’s pleasure dome
- find some peace and sample the local milk and produce at the laid-back farming town of Ēnhé
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Hohhot & around, Shàngdū (Xanadu), Bāotóu, Wǔdāng Lamasery, Genghis Khan Mausoleum, Hǎilā’ěr & around, and Mǎnzhōulǐ.
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