Hengxin Hotel

Address: Weiqi Road North, Ordos, Inner Mongolia, 017209, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Dongsheng District area of Ordos.
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    Travel Blogs from Ordos

    City Walls, Great Walls and Rock Walls

    A travel blog entry by czechone on Mar 21, 2013

    80 photos

    ... either, because 10 minutes later he asked me the same question in Chinese, to which I responded in Chinese and he finally got it haha. I had another guy as well asking me question after question about Australia (half of which I didn't understand) in particular about hunting (which I told him I don't like), and lots of questions about women in Australia and if they like hunting, fishing, riding horses etc. ... maybe he's out for an ...

    Ordos Travel Guide

    A travel blog entry by china-landscape on Jun 25, 2012

    ... echoes in the wind.
    ♥Other Scenic Spots: Engbei Ecological Tourist area, Ordos Relict Gull Nature Reserve.
    Tourist Tips:
    ♥The Ordos Airport is 38 kilometers (24 miles) from the Dongsheng District, adjacent to the Mausoleum of Genghis Khan. The airport has recently opened flight to Beijing once a day with one hour's ride. Ordos is 240 kilometers (149 miles) from Hohhot and no more than three hours' ride to Baotou by train.

    The Gobi Desert

    A travel blog entry by jasper.lawson on Oct 04, 2011

    3 comments, 52 photos

    ... too. We then caught a train through some fake desert villages where actors jumped up and down pretending to be desert warriors. Once the train went past, they sat back down and waited for the next one. We then caught the Viking war ships again, back to the edge of the desert. For the final leg, we tobogganed down the dunes and then caught the cable car back across the valley. My journey through the Gobi Desert couldn’t have been better.


    Calling on the Cave Dwellers

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Sep 17, 2011

    81 photos

    ... highway. After a few hours, the bus stopped for a break at a rest stop. We left the express way and began climbing the windy mountainous roads after which we followed a river for a while. The further we drove the smaller the villages became. The bus began to stop and every corner to let someone off. It was getting to be late afternoon and the bus stopped next to bridge at the confluence of the Yellow River and the driver said ...

    Final day in Inner Mongolia

    A travel blog entry by asianace206 on Oct 03, 2010

    86 photos

    ... was very muddy in color and large from one end to another. I also observed large coal factories where semi trailer trucks were lining to to receive their load. I was witnessing the process of converting natural resources into usable energy for the Chinese population.

    Nearly three hours since having our watery breakfast, we arrived at our destination of Xiangshawan. It was very unusual, as our previous landscape included rolling hills of grass and plateau like ...