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Lazy loadTourists visiting white round shaped resort at Xiangshawan Desert in inner Mongolia, China. Xiangshawan, also known as the Resonant Sand Gorge, is a chain of crescent-shaped sand dunes situated at the north edge of Kubuqi Desert in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Named after the natural phenomenon of echoing sounds created by sand movement, the area has been turned into a tourist attraction where people can engage in various activities like sand sliding and camel riding. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, Gorge, inner, Kubuqi, Mongolia, Natural, North, phenomenon, region, Resonant, resort, round, sand, sand dunes, shaped, Tourists, Visiting, visitors, white, Xiangshawan. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature, People, Travel. Location - Xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadSand sculptures at Xiangshawan Desert in inner Mongolia, China. Xiangshawan, also known as the Resonant Sand Gorge, is a chain of crescent-shaped sand dunes situated at the north edge of Kubuqi Desert in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Aside from the stunning view of the endless sands, there are a lot of activities that tourists can explore there, including desert bike, desert train, desert off-road, 5D cinema, camel riding, sand sculpting, and watching traditional Mongolian wedding. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, Gorge, inner, Kubuqi, Mongolia, Natural, North, phenomenon, region, Resonant, sand, sand dunes, sculptures, Tourists, visitors, Xiangshawan. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature. Location - Xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadTourists visiting white round shaped resort at Xiangshawan Desert in inner Mongolia, China. Xiangshawan, also known as the Resonant Sand Gorge, is a chain of crescent-shaped sand dunes situated at the north edge of Kubuqi Desert in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Named after the natural phenomenon of echoing sounds created by sand movement, the area has been turned into a tourist attraction where people can engage in various activities like sand sliding and camel riding. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, Gorge, inner, Kubuqi, Mongolia, Natural, North, phenomenon, region, Resonant, resort, round, sand, sand dunes, shaped, Tourists, Visiting, visitors, white, Xiangshawan. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature, People, Travel. Location - Xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadTourists visiting white round shaped resort at Xiangshawan Desert in inner Mongolia, China. Xiangshawan, also known as the Resonant Sand Gorge, is a chain of crescent-shaped sand dunes situated at the north edge of Kubuqi Desert in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Named after the natural phenomenon of echoing sounds created by sand movement, the area has been turned into a tourist attraction where people can engage in various activities like sand sliding and camel riding. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, Gorge, inner, Kubuqi, Mongolia, Natural, North, phenomenon, region, Resonant, resort, round, sand, sand dunes, shaped, Tourists, Visiting, visitors, white, Xiangshawan. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature, People, Travel. Location - Xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadDesert bike standing beside wooden bridge at Xiangshawan Desert in inner Mongolia, China. Xiangshawan, also known as the Resonant Sand Gorge, is a chain of crescent-shaped sand dunes situated at the north edge of Kubuqi Desert in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Named after the natural phenomenon of echoing sounds created by sand movement, the area has been turned into a tourist attraction where people can engage in various activities like sand sliding and camel riding. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, bike, bridge, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, Gorge, inner, Kubuqi, Mongolia, Natural, North, phenomenon, region, Resonant, sand, sand dunes, standing, Tourists, visitors, wooden, Xiangshawan. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature, Transportation. Location - Xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadWooden posts with hanging rope beside Lotus Hotel at Xiangshawan Desert in inner Mongolia, China. The Lotus hotel is an under construction five star hotel. Lotus Hotel is located in Xiangshawan Desert, The site is facing Hantai River, a branch of Yellow River, and east to Kubuqi Desert that more than 200 kilometers wide. Due to the restriction by its special geographic condition, Plat Architects invented a new structural system that fix in fluid sands using only steel panels without the help of concrete or water. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, Construction, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, five, Gorge, hanging, Hotel, inner, Kubuqi, lotus, Mongolia, Natural, North, phenomenon, posts, region, Resonant, rope, sand, sand dunes, sands, Star, Tourists, visitors, wooden, Xiangshawan. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature, Travel. Location - Xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadWooden chairs under shade in Lotus Hotel at Xiangshawan Desert in inner Mongolia, China. The Lotus hotel is an under construction five star hotel. Lotus Hotel is located in Xiangshawan Desert, The site is facing Hantai River, a branch of Yellow River, and east to Kubuqi Desert that more than 200 kilometers wide. Due to the restriction by its special geographic condition, Plat Architects invented a new structural system that fix in fluid sands using only steel panels without the help of concrete or water. Named after the natural phenomenon of echoing sounds created by sand movement, the area has been turned into a tourist attraction where people can engage in various activities like sand sliding and camel riding. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, chairs, Construction, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, five, Gorge, Hotel, inner, Kubuqi, lotus, Mongolia, Natural, North, phenomenon, region, Resonant, sand, sand dunes, Shade, side, Star, Tourists, visitors, wooden, Xiangshawan. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature. Location - Xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadWalking road with shades for tourists at Xiangshawan Desert in inner Mongolia, China. Xiangshawan, also known as the Resonant Sand Gorge, is a chain of crescent-shaped sand dunes situated at the north edge of Kubuqi Desert in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Named after the natural phenomenon of echoing sounds created by sand movement, the area has been turned into a tourist attraction where people can engage in various activities like sand sliding and camel riding. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, Gorge, inner, Kubuqi, Mongolia, Natural, North, Path, phenomenon, region, Resonant, sand, sand dunes, Tourists, visitors, Walking, Xiangshawan. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature. Location - Xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadBridge in tourist area of Xiangshawan Desert in inner Mongolia, China. Xiangshawan, also known as the Resonant Sand Gorge, is a chain of crescent-shaped sand dunes situated at the north edge of Kubuqi Desert in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Named after the natural phenomenon of echoing sounds created by sand movement, the area has been turned into a tourist attraction where people can engage in various activities like sand sliding and camel riding. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, bridge, Colorful, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, Gorge, inner, Kubuqi, Mongolia, Natural, North, phenomenon, region, Resonant, sand, sand dunes, Shade, Tourists, visitors, Xiangshawan. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature. Location - Xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadYurts at Xiangshawan Desert in inner Mongolia, China. The inhabitants of Inner Mongolia are nomadic. Therefore, they need houses that are easily transported. This style of home is called a yurt. Yurts take only an hour or so to set up, and they are practically weatherproof. The door is set low to the ground in an effort to conserve heat. Xiangshawan, also known as the Resonant Sand Gorge, is a chain of crescent-shaped sand dunes situated at the north edge of Kubuqi Desert in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Named after the natural phenomenon of echoing sounds created by sand movement, the area has been turned into a tourist attraction where people can engage in various activities like sand sliding and camel riding. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, Gorge, inner, Kubuqi, Mongolia, Natural, nomadic, North, phenomenon, region, Resonant, sand, sand dunes, Tourists, visitors, weatherproof, Xiangshawan, yurts. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature. Location - xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadYoung tourist walking through sandy ground at Xiangshawan Desert in inner Mongolia, China. Xiangshawan, also known as the Resonant Sand Gorge, is a chain of crescent-shaped sand dunes situated at the north edge of Kubuqi Desert in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Named after the natural phenomenon of echoing sounds created by sand movement, the area has been turned into a tourist attraction where people can engage in various activities like sand sliding and camel riding. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, Gorge, ground, inner, Kubuqi, Mongolia, Natural, North, phenomenon, region, Resonant, sand, sand dunes, sandy, Tourist, Tourists, visitors, Walking, Xiangshawan, young. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature, People, Travel. Location - Xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadTourist area of Xiangshawan Desert in inner Mongolia, China. Xiangshawan, also known as the Resonant Sand Gorge, is a chain of crescent-shaped sand dunes situated at the north edge of Kubuqi Desert in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Named after the natural phenomenon of echoing sounds created by sand movement, the area has been turned into a tourist attraction where people can engage in various activities like sand sliding and camel riding. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, Gorge, inner, Kubuqi, Mongolia, Natural, North, phenomenon, region, Resonant, sand, sand dunes, Tourist, Tourists, visitors, Xiangshawan. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature. Location - Xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadYurts at Xiangshawan Desert in inner Mongolia, China. The inhabitants of Inner Mongolia are nomadic. Therefore, they need houses that are easily transported. This style of home is called a yurt. Yurts take only an hour or so to set up, and they are practically weatherproof. The door is set low to the ground in an effort to conserve heat. Xiangshawan, also known as the Resonant Sand Gorge, is a chain of crescent-shaped sand dunes situated at the north edge of Kubuqi Desert in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Named after the natural phenomenon of echoing sounds created by sand movement, the area has been turned into a tourist attraction where people can engage in various activities like sand sliding and camel riding. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, Gorge, inner, Kubuqi, Mongolia, Natural, nomadic, North, phenomenon, region, Resonant, sand, sand dunes, Tourists, visitors, weatherproof, Xiangshawan, yurts. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature, People, Travel. Location - Xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadColorful shades in tourist area of Xiangshawan Desert in inner Mongolia, China. Xiangshawan, also known as the Resonant Sand Gorge, is a chain of crescent-shaped sand dunes situated at the north edge of Kubuqi Desert in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Named after the natural phenomenon of echoing sounds created by sand movement, the area has been turned into a tourist attraction where people can engage in various activities like sand sliding and camel riding. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, Colorful, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, Gorge, inner, Kubuqi, Mongolia, Natural, North, phenomenon, region, Resonant, sand, sand dunes, shades, Tourist, Tourists, visitors, Xiangshawan. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature. Location - Xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadTourist area of Xiangshawan Desert in inner Mongolia, China. Xiangshawan, also known as the Resonant Sand Gorge, is a chain of crescent-shaped sand dunes situated at the north edge of Kubuqi Desert in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Named after the natural phenomenon of echoing sounds created by sand movement, the area has been turned into a tourist attraction where people can engage in various activities like sand sliding and camel riding. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, Gorge, inner, Kubuqi, Mongolia, Natural, North, phenomenon, region, Resonant, sand, sand dunes, Tourist, Tourists, visitors, Xiangshawan. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature. Location - Xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadTourist area of Xiangshawan Desert in inner Mongolia, China. Xiangshawan, also known as the Resonant Sand Gorge, is a chain of crescent-shaped sand dunes situated at the north edge of Kubuqi Desert in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Named after the natural phenomenon of echoing sounds created by sand movement, the area has been turned into a tourist attraction where people can engage in various activities like sand sliding and camel riding. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, Gorge, inner, Kubuqi, Mongolia, Natural, North, phenomenon, region, Resonant, sand, sand dunes, Tourist, Tourists, visitors, Xiangshawan. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature. Location - Xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadOpen place with shades beside The Lotus hotel at Xiangshawan Desert in inner Mongolia, China. The Lotus hotel is a under construction five star hotel. Lotus Hotel is located in Xiangshawan Desert, The site is facing Hantai River, a branch of Yellow River, and east to Kubuqi Desert that more than 200 kilometers wide. Due to the restriction by its special geographic condition, Plat Architects invented a new structural system that fix in fluid sands using only steel panels without the help of concrete or water. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, five, Gorge, Hotel, inner, Kubuqi, Mongolia, Natural, North, phenomenon, region, Resonant, sand, sand dunes, Star, Tourist, Tourists, visitors, Xiangshawan. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature, Travel. Location - Xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadCable car in tourist area of Xiangshawan Desert in inner Mongolia, China. Xiangshawan, also known as the Resonant Sand Gorge, is a chain of crescent-shaped sand dunes situated at the north edge of Kubuqi Desert in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Named after the natural phenomenon of echoing sounds created by sand movement, the area has been turned into a tourist attraction where people can engage in various activities like sand sliding and camel riding. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, Benches, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, Gorge, inner, Kubuqi, Mongolia, Natural, North, phenomenon, region, Resonant, sand, sand dunes, Tourist, Tourists, visitors, Xiangshawan. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature, Transportation. Location - Xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadCable car in tourist area of Xiangshawan Desert in inner Mongolia, China. Xiangshawan, also known as the Resonant Sand Gorge, is a chain of crescent-shaped sand dunes situated at the north edge of Kubuqi Desert in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Named after the natural phenomenon of echoing sounds created by sand movement, the area has been turned into a tourist attraction where people can engage in various activities like sand sliding and camel riding. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, Benches, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, Gorge, inner, Kubuqi, Mongolia, Natural, North, phenomenon, region, Resonant, sand, sand dunes, Tourist, Tourists, visitors, Xiangshawan. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature, Transportation. Location - Xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadBio-toilet beside in tourist area of Xiangshawan Desert in inner Mongolia, China. Xiangshawan, also known as the Resonant Sand Gorge, is a chain of crescent-shaped sand dunes situated at the north edge of Kubuqi Desert in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Named after the natural phenomenon of echoing sounds created by sand movement, the area has been turned into a tourist attraction where people can engage in various activities like sand sliding and camel riding. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, Bio-toilet, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, Gorge, inner, Kubuqi, Mongolia, Natural, North, phenomenon, region, Resonant, sand, sand dunes, Tourist, Tourists, visitors, Xiangshawan. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature, People. Location - Xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadTourist area from high place at Xiangshawan Desert in inner Mongolia, China. Xiangshawan, also known as the Resonant Sand Gorge, is a chain of crescent-shaped sand dunes situated at the north edge of Kubuqi Desert in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Named after the natural phenomenon of echoing sounds created by sand movement, the area has been turned into a tourist attraction where people can engage in various activities like sand sliding and camel riding. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, Benches, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, Gorge, inner, Kubuqi, Mongolia, Natural, North, phenomenon, region, Resonant, sand, sand dunes, Tourist, Tourists, visitors, Xiangshawan. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature. Location - Xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadTourist area from high place at Xiangshawan Desert in inner Mongolia, China. Xiangshawan, also known as the Resonant Sand Gorge, is a chain of crescent-shaped sand dunes situated at the north edge of Kubuqi Desert in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Named after the natural phenomenon of echoing sounds created by sand movement, the area has been turned into a tourist attraction where people can engage in various activities like sand sliding and camel riding. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, Benches, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, Gorge, inner, Kubuqi, Mongolia, Natural, North, phenomenon, region, Resonant, sand, sand dunes, Tourist, Tourists, visitors, Xiangshawan. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature. Location - Xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadTourist enjoying by riding on cable car at Xiangshawan Desert in inner Mongolia, China. Xiangshawan, also known as the Resonant Sand Gorge, is a chain of crescent-shaped sand dunes situated at the north edge of Kubuqi Desert in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Named after the natural phenomenon of echoing sounds created by sand movement, the area has been turned into a tourist attraction where people can engage in various activities like sand sliding and camel riding. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, Benches, Cable, Car, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, enjoying, Gorge, inner, Kubuqi, Mongolia, Natural, North, phenomenon, region, Resonant, sand, sand dunes, Tourist, Tourists, visitors, Xiangshawan. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature, Transportation, Travel. Location - Xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadTourist enjoying by riding on cable car at Xiangshawan Desert in inner Mongolia, China. Xiangshawan, also known as the Resonant Sand Gorge, is a chain of crescent-shaped sand dunes situated at the north edge of Kubuqi Desert in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Named after the natural phenomenon of echoing sounds created by sand movement, the area has been turned into a tourist attraction where people can engage in various activities like sand sliding and camel riding. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, Benches, Cable, Car, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, enjoying, Gorge, inner, Kubuqi, Mongolia, Natural, North, phenomenon, region, Resonant, sand, sand dunes, Tourist, Tourists, visitors, Xiangshawan. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature, Transportation, Travel. Location - Xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadTourist enjoying by riding on cable car at Xiangshawan Desert in inner Mongolia, China. Xiangshawan, also known as the Resonant Sand Gorge, is a chain of crescent-shaped sand dunes situated at the north edge of Kubuqi Desert in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Named after the natural phenomenon of echoing sounds created by sand movement, the area has been turned into a tourist attraction where people can engage in various activities like sand sliding and camel riding. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, Benches, Cable, Car, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, enjoying, Gorge, inner, Kubuqi, Mongolia, Natural, North, phenomenon, region, Resonant, sand, sand dunes, Tourist, Tourists, visitors, Xiangshawan. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature, Transportation, Travel. Location - Xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadLotus Hotel from a distance in Xiangshawan Desert inner Mongolia, China. Lotus Hotel is located in Xiangshawan Desert, The site is facing Hantai River, a branch of Yellow River, and east to Kubuqi Desert that more than 200 kilometers wide. Due to the restriction by its special geographic condition, Plat Architects invented a new structural system that fix in fluid sands using only steel panels without the help of concrete or water. Named after the natural phenomenon of echoing sounds created by sand movement, Xiangshawan Desert has been turned into a tourist attraction where people can engage in various activities like sand sliding and camel riding. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, Gorge, Hantai, Hotel, inner, Kubuqi, lotus, Mongolia, Natural, North, phenomenon, region, Resonant, river, sand, sand dunes, special, Vehicles, Xiangshawan. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature. Location - Xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadTourist enjoying by riding on cable car at Xiangshawan Desert in inner Mongolia, China. Xiangshawan, also known as the Resonant Sand Gorge, is a chain of crescent-shaped sand dunes situated at the north edge of Kubuqi Desert in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Named after the natural phenomenon of echoing sounds created by sand movement, the area has been turned into a tourist attraction where people can engage in various activities like sand sliding and camel riding. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, Benches, Cable, Car, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, enjoying, Gorge, inner, Kubuqi, Mongolia, Natural, North, phenomenon, region, Resonant, sand, sand dunes, Tourist, Tourists, visitors, Xiangshawan. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature, Transportation, Travel. Location - Xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadLotus Hotel in Xiangshawan Desert inner Mongolia, China. Lotus Hotel is located in Xiangshawan Desert, The site is facing Hantai River, a branch of Yellow River, and east to Kubuqi Desert that more than 200 kilometers wide. Due to the restriction by its special geographic condition, Plat Architects invented a new structural system that fix in fluid sands using only steel panels without the help of concrete or water. Named after the natural phenomenon of echoing sounds created by sand movement, Xiangshawan Desert has been turned into a tourist attraction where people can engage in various activities like sand sliding and camel riding. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, Gorge, Hantai, Hotel, inner, Kubuqi, lotus, Mongolia, Natural, North, phenomenon, region, Resonant, river, sand, sand dunes, special, Vehicles, Xiangshawan. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature, Transportation. Location - Xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadLotus Hotel in Xiangshawan Desert inner Mongolia, China. Lotus Hotel is located in Xiangshawan Desert, The site is facing Hantai River, a branch of Yellow River, and east to Kubuqi Desert that more than 200 kilometers wide. Due to the restriction by its special geographic condition, Plat Architects invented a new structural system that fix in fluid sands using only steel panels without the help of concrete or water. Named after the natural phenomenon of echoing sounds created by sand movement, Xiangshawan Desert has been turned into a tourist attraction where people can engage in various activities like sand sliding and camel riding. Keywords - attraction, autonomous, crescent-shaped, Desert, edge, Gorge, Hantai, Hotel, inner, Kubuqi, lotus, Mongolia, Natural, North, phenomenon, region, Resonant, river, sand, sand dunes, special, Vehicles, Xiangshawan. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature, Transportation. Location - Xiangshawan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadBridge over river in china. China aspires to become a world leader in science, technology and innovation within the next 10-20 years. It is the most populous country in the world. The country's leaders and scientific elite regard possessions of a state-of-the-art autonomous innovation capability as central in their endeavors to build a prosperous and powerful nation. It is well known for its flatness and regular constructions. Keywords - bridge, constructions, river, Technology, transportation. Category - Architecture And Buildings. Location - Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMicro bus crossing flyover in China. China aspires to become a world leader in science, technology and innovation within the next 10-20 years. It is the most populous country in the world. The country's leaders and scientific elite regard possessions of a state-of-the-art autonomous innovation capability as central in their endeavors to build a prosperous and powerful nation. It is well known for its flatness and regular constructions. Keywords - Bus, Crossing, flyover, Micro. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature, Transportation. Location - Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadBusy road at a city in China. Many vehicles are in the road. There are many high rise buildings beside the road. China aspires to become a world leader in science, technology and innovation within the next 10-20 years. It is the most populous country in the world. The country's leaders and scientific elite regard possessions of a state-of-the-art autonomous innovation capability as central in their endeavors to build a prosperous and powerful nation. It is well known for its flatness and regular constructions. Keywords - Buildings, busy, cars, Chinese, City, People, Vehicles. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Transportation. Location - Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadBusy road at a city in China. Many vehicles are in the road. There are many high rise buildings beside the road. China aspires to become a world leader in science, technology and innovation within the next 10-20 years. It is the most populous country in the world. The country's leaders and scientific elite regard possessions of a state-of-the-art autonomous innovation capability as central in their endeavors to build a prosperous and powerful nation. It is well known for its flatness and regular constructions. Keywords - Buildings, busy, cars, Chinese, City, People, Vehicles. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Transportation. Location - Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMongolian habitation at Grassland in inner Mongolia, China. Inner Mongolia, located right at the south of Mongolia, is famous for its wide and beautiful grasslands. To find the less spoiled and touristy grassland with relatively full-up grass, and yet accessible for a two days excursion, recommends the grassland Huitengxile (2,100 meters above sea level). It also offers other varieties such as the Yellow Blossom Valley, Great Mosque, and the Frontier Street. Mushroom-like yurts, bright sky, fresh air, rolling grass and the flocks and herds moving like white clouds on the remote grassland. This is a peaceful and authentic retreat compared to Huitengxile or Xilamuren resort tour. It has a special connection with one local Mongol horseman. One can spend a weekend with a real Mongol family and know their life style. Keywords - Grass, grassland, Habitation, inner, Mongolia, Mongolian, yurts. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature. Location - Ordos City, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadYurts at Grassland in inner Mongolia, China. Inner Mongolia, located right at the south of Mongolia, is famous for its wide and beautiful grasslands. It offers other varieties such as the Yellow Blossom Valley, Great Mosque, and the Frontier Street. Mushroom-like yurts, bright sky, fresh air, rolling grass and the flocks and herds moving like white clouds on the remote grassland. This is a peaceful and authentic retreat compared to Huitengxile or Xilamuren resort tour. It has a special connection with one local Mongol horseman. One can spend a weekend with a real Mongol family and know their life style. Keywords - Flags, Grass, grassland, Habitation, inner, Mongolia, Mongolian, waving, yurts. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature. Location - Ordos City, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMany vehicles parked in front of gate of Mausoleum of Genghis Khan in Ordos city. Mausoleum of Genghis Khan is a national heritage site located in the Gandeli Grassland in Ordos City, Inner Mongolia. Featuring the traditional Mongolian style, the mausoleum is not the real burial place of the Khan because his burial site remains a mystery. It is just a cenotaph, where the coffin contains no body; there are only headdresses and accessories as decorations. And the present one is just a tourism site for visitors to get close touch with the famous historic figure Genghis Khan. It was built between 1954 to 1956 by the government of the PRC in the traditional Mongol style. Every day lots of tourists come to visit this place from home and aboard. Keywords - City, Gate, Genghis, heritage, inner, Khan, major, Mausoleum, Memorials, Mongolia, Museums, National, Ordos, parked, subdivisions, Vehicles. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature, Transportation. Location - Ordos City, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadDecoration plants in island of road at Ordos city in China. Ordos is one of the twelve major subdivisions of Inner Mongolia, China. It is located within the Ordos Loop of the Yellow. Ordos is known for its lavish government projects, including the new Ordos City, a city of exquisite buildings and abundant infrastructure seldom used by residents. It hosted the 2012 Miss World Final. It is a beautiful city where lots of tourists come to visit different modern constructions, Mausoleum of Genghis Khan, artificial statues etc from home and aboard. Keywords - City, constructions, decorated, Decoration, decorations, inner, items, major, Mongolia, Ordos, plants, posts, road, side, subdivisions. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature. Location - Ordos City, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadDecoration plants and constructions at Ordos city in China. Ordos is one of the twelve major subdivisions of Inner Mongolia, China. It is located within the Ordos Loop of the Yellow. Ordos is known for its lavish government projects, including the new Ordos City, a city of exquisite buildings and abundant infrastructure seldom used by residents. It hosted the 2012 Miss World Final. It is a beautiful city where lots of tourists come to visit different modern constructions, Mausoleum of Genghis Khan, artificial statues etc from home and aboard. Keywords - City, constructions, decorated, Decoration, decorations, inner, items, major, Mongolia, Ordos, plants, posts, road, side, subdivisions. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature. Location - Ordos City, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadBeautiful office building at Ordos city in China. Ordos is one of the twelve major subdivisions of Inner Mongolia, China. It is located within the Ordos Loop of the Yellow. Ordos is known for its lavish government projects, including the new Ordos City, a city of exquisite buildings and abundant infrastructure seldom used by residents. It hosted the 2012 Miss World Final. It is a beautiful city where lots of tourists come to visit different modern constructions, Mausoleum of Genghis Khan, artificial statues etc from home and aboard. Keywords - City, inner, major, Mongolia, Ordos, posts, road, side, subdivisions. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature. Location - Ordos City, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadDecorated stair in front of public library at Ordos city in China. Ordos is one of the twelve major subdivisions of Inner Mongolia, China. It is located within the Ordos Loop of the Yellow. Ordos is known for its lavish government projects, including the new Ordos City, a city of exquisite buildings and abundant infrastructure seldom used by residents. It hosted the 2012 Miss World Final. It is a beautiful city where lots of tourists come to visit different modern constructions, Mausoleum of Genghis Khan, artificial statues etc from home and aboard. Keywords - City, constructions, decorated, decorations, inner, items, major, Mongolia, Ordos, posts, Public library, road, side, stair, subdivisions. Category - Architecture And Buildings. Location - Ordos City, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadBeautiful stair in front of Ordos Art and City Museum, Inner Mongolia, China. The uniquely shaped museum is located in Ordos, Inner Mongolia, the Ordos Museum is a crossroads for a community working to interpret its local traditions in a new urban context. Shaped like a large undulating blob, the Ordos Museum is clad in polished metal tiles that are resistant to frequently occurring sandstorms. Galleries inside the museum are housed in smaller blobs, connected by bridges. Entrances on both sides of the building allow local residents to use the atrium as a through-route. The result is a kind of spherical shell, made to act as an enormous incubator of the centuries-old culture and history of the region. Intended to offer refuge from the rationality of the outside urban city, the museum has become a popular gathering space for locals. Keywords - Art, City, Galleries, Gathering, inner, major, Mongolia, museum, Ordos, popular, shaped, space, stair, subdivisions, uniquely. Category - Architecture And Buildings. Location - Ordos City, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadBeautiful garden in front of Ordos Art and City Museum, Inner Mongolia, China. The uniquely shaped museum is located in Ordos, Inner Mongolia, the Ordos Museum is a crossroads for a community working to interpret its local traditions in a new urban context. Shaped like a large undulating blob, the Ordos Museum is clad in polished metal tiles that are resistant to frequently occurring sandstorms. Galleries inside the museum are housed in smaller blobs, connected by bridges. Entrances on both sides of the building allow local residents to use the atrium as a through-route. The result is a kind of spherical shell, made to act as an enormous incubator of the centuries-old culture and history of the region. Intended to offer refuge from the rationality of the outside urban city, the museum has become a popular gathering space for locals. Keywords - Art, City, Galleries, Gathering, inner, major, Mongolia, museum, Ordos, popular, shaped, space, subdivisions, uniquely. Category - Architecture And Buildings. Location - Ordos City, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadStatue of two giant horses at Ordos city in China. The city is known as ‘The ghost town’. Two giant horses from the steppes rise on their hind legs in the centre of the Plaza, statues which dwarf the great Khan himself. Only one element is missing from this vast ensemble - people. Because this is Ordos, a place that has been called the largest ghost town in China. It hosted the 2012 Miss World Final. It is a beautiful city where lots of tourists come to visit different modern constructions, Mausoleum of Genghis Khan, artificial statues etc from home and aboard. Keywords - City, Ghost, giant, Horses, inner, major, Mongolia, Ordos, posts, road, side, Statue, subdivisions, Town. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature. Location - Ordos City, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadWide and smooth road beside Ordos Art and City Museum, Inner Mongolia, China. The uniquely shaped museum is located in Ordos, Inner Mongolia, the Ordos Museum is a crossroads for a community working to interpret its local traditions in a new urban context. Ordos is one of the twelve major subdivisions of Inner Mongolia, China. It is located within the Ordos Loop of the Yellow. Ordos is known for its lavish government projects, including the new Ordos City, a city of exquisite buildings and abundant infrastructure seldom used by residents. It hosted the 2012 Miss World Final. It is a beautiful city where lots of tourists come to visit different modern constructions, Mausoleum of Genghis Khan, artificial statues etc from home and aboard. Keywords - City, Gathering, inner, major, Mongolia, Ordos, popular, posts, road, side, smooth, space, subdivisions, wide. Category - Architecture And Buildings. Location - Ordos City, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadPublic library at Ordos city in China. Ordos is one of the twelve major subdivisions of Inner Mongolia, China. It is located within the Ordos Loop of the Yellow. Ordos is known for its lavish government projects, including the new Ordos City, a city of exquisite buildings and abundant infrastructure seldom used by residents. It hosted the 2012 Miss World Final. It is a beautiful city where lots of tourists come to visit different modern constructions, Mausoleum of Genghis Khan, artificial statues etc from home and aboard. Keywords - City, constructions, decorations, inner, items, library, major, Mongolia, Ordos, posts, public, road, side, subdivisions. Category - Architecture And Buildings. Location - Ordos City, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadOrdos Art and City Museum, Inner Mongolia, China. The uniquely shaped museum is located in Ordos, Inner Mongolia, the Ordos Museum is a crossroads for a community working to interpret its local traditions in a new urban context. Shaped like a large undulating blob, the Ordos Museum is clad in polished metal tiles that are resistant to frequently occurring sandstorms. Galleries inside the museum are housed in smaller blobs, connected by bridges. Entrances on both sides of the building allow local residents to use the atrium as a through-route. The result is a kind of spherical shell, made to act as an enormous incubator of the centuries-old culture and history of the region. Intended to offer refuge from the rationality of the outside urban city, the museum has become a popular gathering space for locals. Keywords - Art, City, Galleries, Gathering, inner, major, Mongolia, museum, Ordos, popular, shaped, space, subdivisions, uniquely. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature. Location - Ordos City, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadOrdos Art and City Museum, Inner Mongolia, China. The uniquely shaped museum is located in Ordos, Inner Mongolia, the Ordos Museum is a crossroads for a community working to interpret its local traditions in a new urban context. Shaped like a large undulating blob, the Ordos Museum is clad in polished metal tiles that are resistant to frequently occurring sandstorms. Galleries inside the museum are housed in smaller blobs, connected by bridges. Entrances on both sides of the building allow local residents to use the atrium as a through-route. The result is a kind of spherical shell, made to act as an enormous incubator of the centuries-old culture and history of the region. Intended to offer refuge from the rationality of the outside urban city, the museum has become a popular gathering space for locals. Keywords - Art, City, Galleries, Gathering, inner, major, Mongolia, museum, Ordos, popular, shaped, space, subdivisions, uniquely. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature. Location - Ordos City, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadWide and smooth road in front of Ordos Art and City Museum, Inner Mongolia, China. The uniquely shaped museum is located in Ordos, Inner Mongolia, the Ordos Museum is a crossroads for a community working to interpret its local traditions in a new urban context. Shaped like a large undulating blob, the Ordos Museum is clad in polished metal tiles that are resistant to frequently occurring sandstorms. Galleries inside the museum are housed in smaller blobs, connected by bridges. Entrances on both sides of the building allow local residents to use the atrium as a through-route. The result is a kind of spherical shell, made to act as an enormous incubator of the centuries-old culture and history of the region. Intended to offer refuge from the rationality of the outside urban city, the museum has become a popular gathering space for locals. Keywords - Art, City, Galleries, Gathering, inner, major, Mongolia, museum, Ordos, popular, shaped, space, subdivisions, uniquely. Category - Architecture And Buildings. Location - Ordos City, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadDecoration constructions at roadside park in Ordos city. Ordos is one of the twelve major subdivisions of Inner Mongolia, China. It is located within the Ordos Loop of the Yellow. Ordos is known for its lavish government projects, including the new Ordos City, a city of exquisite buildings and abundant infrastructure seldom used by residents. It hosted the 2012 Miss World Final. Keywords - City, constructions, decorations, inner, items, major, Mongolia, Ordos, Park, posts, road, side, subdivisions. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature. Location - Ordos City, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.

Lazy loadRoad side decorations in Ordos city. Ordos is one of the twelve major subdivisions of Inner Mongolia, China. It is located within the Ordos Loop of the Yellow. Ordos is known for its lavish government projects, including the new Ordos City, a city of exquisite buildings and abundant infrastructure seldom used by residents. It hosted the 2012 Miss World Final. It is a beautiful city where lots of tourists come to visit different modern constructions, Mausoleum of Genghis Khan, artificial statues etc from home and aboard. Keywords - City, decorations, inner, items, major, Mongolia, Ordos, posts, road, side, subdivisions. Category - Architecture And Buildings. Location - Ordos City, Inner Mongolia, China. Copyright © Saber Sultan. View stock photo.