Meaning the "yellow river" in Chinese, Xilamuren Grassland is located 90 kilometers north of Hohhot. It is cool even in hot summer. There are 62 yurts, among which 30 are standard. People can ride camel, visit herdsmen's homes, watch wrestling and horse race, and join in the evening parties held in the open air.
The grand Puhui Monastery on the grassland was built in 1769 especially for the Sixth Living Buddha.
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