The name “Ulanqab” comes from Mongolian meaning “red cliffs”, and is located in central Inner Mongolia with expansive geography and picturesque natural scenery. It is home to the beautiful 4A national scenic area Gegentala Grassland Tourist Area, as well as Huitem Xile Grassland, volcanic geological archaeological tourist area, Sumu Mountain Forest Park, Liangcheng Lake Scenic Area, Laohu Mountain Ecological Park, and scenic spots like Huangqi Sea, Huan Da Hai, and Huanghua Gorge. Sites not to miss are Feilai Stone, Ping’an Cave, and Yongxing Lake.
With verdant grasslands, unique landforms, historic sites, and rich ecological environment, Ulanqab offers visitors an idyllic grassland retreat. Hike through blooming flowers, go horseback riding, stay overnight in a traditional Mongolian yurt, and experience the natural beauty and ethnic culture that Ulanqab provides.