Located in the north-east of Inner Mongolia, Hulunbuir Grassland is one of the three famous grasslands in the world. It is a vast area with more than 3,000 small rivers and more than 500 lakes.
With an elevation of between 650 and 700 meters, the grassland occupies an area of about 100,000 square meters and natural grassland coverage reaches 80%.
According to the legend, a brave Mongolian couple, namely Hulun and Buir, they fought against the demon, the girl turned into a lake and drowned the demon, while the boy jumped into the lake for the girl, thus came the two lakes of Hulun and Buir.
Hulunbuir Grassland is a well-preserved grassland, with abundant aquatic plants and over 120 nutritious pastures like stipa, alfalfa and wheat grass, and is known as the “pasture kingdom”. It is also titled “The Purest Prairie” since there is hardly any pollution.
Produce like meat, milk, leather, wool and other animal products are favored by people from both domestic and foreign countries.
The golden sunset after the rain is also a beautiful scenery.
Grasslands under the moonlight are no longer colorful, but with more peace and mystery.
The unpolluted sky is extremely clear and the moon looks very bright and close.
The pure land and sky look amazing when they are lit up by stars!
Green meadows and colorful sky reflect themselves in the calm water and form a charming picture.
Hulunbuir Grassland has four distinct seasons and is praised widely as a beautiful garden of the world.
Grasses in the prairie will always turn into a yellow color; therefore it is better for tourists to visit in July, August and September if you want to see the grassland scenery.
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