• Wudangzhao Temple


    Situated on Jihuluntu Mountain 54 kilometers north of Baotou city, the Wudangzhao Temple is a state-level key relics protection unit and a 4A-level scenic spot. It is named "Wudangzhao" because it was built in the Wudang Gully of the Daqing Mountain.

  • Meidai Monastery


    Meidai Monastery is a historical building built during the reign of Emperor Jiajing of the Ming Dynasty in1565. It has more than 250 ancient halls, including the Grand Hall and the Dalai Lama Temple, with an area of 62,500 square meters.

  • Nanhai Wetland Scenic Area


    Nanhai Wetland is a national 4A-level scenic area in the southern suburbs of Donghe district, Baotou, connecting with the Yellow River to the south.

  • Shimen Scenic Spot


    Shimen Scenic Spot is located in the Kundulun reservoir, Baotou, with a construction area of 1,035 hectare, and a forest coverage rate of 64.7 percent. It is a national 3A-level scenic spot integrating ecological balance, recreation, conferences and science promotion.

  • Meiligeng Scenic Spot


    Meiligeng Scenic Spot, which means “intelligent” in Mongol language, is a natural ecological spot in the southern part of Wula Mountain, 30 kilometers away from Baotou.

  • Xilamuren Grassland


    Situated in the southeast part of Damao Banner and about 90 kilometers north of Hohhot, Xilamuren Grassland is the first grassland tourist attraction opened in Hohhot.

  • A wetland grassland in Baotou


    Baotou is not only a city of steel and rare earth but also a grassland, according to the municipality.

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