Hulunbuir natural scenery

Hulunbuir, located in the northern border of the motherland, borders Mongolia and Russia on the north, west, and south, making it the only "golden triangle" area in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region where China, Russia, and Mongolia meet. Its natural landscape includes grasslands, lakes, rivers, wetlands, and ancient glacial relics, with exceptionally rich resources in their original and complete ecological state.

Hulunbuir grassland

Hulunbuir Grassland is located in the western part of Hulunbuir City, named after the Hulun Lake and Buir Lake on the grassland. It stretches from west of the Greater Khingan Mountains to the border of Mongolia, including the northern border with Russia and the southern border with Aershan. There are cities such as Manzhouli, Hailar, and Ergun within its territory, as well as grassland pastoral areas like Huhenuo'er, Ewenki, and Balho. It is a famous grassland in China.

Hulun Lake

Lake Hulun is one of the five largest freshwater lakes in China, also known as Dalai Lake. "Dalai" is a Mongolian word, meaning "sea"; "Dalai Lake" is a lake that resembles a sea. The surface of Lake Hulun is irregularly rectangular and has a vast water area.

Morgul River

The Morin Dawa River is located deep in the Chen Barag Grassland of Hulunbuir, originating from the western foothills of the Daxing'an Mountains. It flows from northeast to southwest through the Hulunbuir Prairie, and after flowing into Lake Huhenuo'er, it flows into the Hailar River, with a total length of over 290 kilometers. It belongs to the Eerguna River system, a border river between China and Russia.
Erguna Wetland, formerly known as Genhe Wetland, was renamed Erguna Wetland after 2009. The wetland is located on the outskirts of Erguna City and is currently one of the largest and well-preserved wetlands in China. With gentle and open terrain, the Genhe River, a tributary of the Erguna River, meanders through here, forming a spectacular and picturesque river wetland landscape.

Ulan Nor Wetland

In the middle of Lake Hulun and Lake Baer, there is a mysterious place called "Bird Paradise" - Ulan Nur Wetland. "Ulan" means "red" in Mongolian, and "Nur" means "lake", implying that in autumn, reeds bloom like red waves.

Erguna River

The Ergun River was an inland river of China during the Mongol Empire and the Northern Yuan dynasty. In 1689, it became the border river between China and Russia with the signing of the Treaty of Nerchinsk. The Ergun River is a mountainous river that originates from the western slope of the Greater Khingan Range. Its upper reaches are called the Hailar River, which flows westward and then turns northeast near Manzhouli, known as the Ergun River.

Hulunbuir Daqing Mountain

The Yinshan Mountains, a famous mountain range, stretches from east to west in Inner Mongolia, northern China. It is connected to the mountains in northern Hebei in the east and to the Helan Mountains, Beida Mountains, and Mazong Mountains in the west, forming an ecological transitional zone at the southern edge of the semi-arid and arid regions.
Mordogai is Mongolian, meaning galloping horses going off to war. Mordogai Forest Park is located in the heart of the Greater Khingan Range, and is the largest forest park in China. It mainly features the characteristic coniferous primitive forests in northern China, with beautiful scenery of forests and rivers. In autumn, the leaves turn yellow and red, making it a favorite destination for photographers. The park also offers unique entertainment activities such as islands and drifting, and if you're lucky, you may see wild animals in the park.