The east snow town Arxan City is located in the northwest of Hinggan League, Inner Mongolia. It runs across the southwest part of Great Khingan, where it starts snowing from every October until next May. Long duration of ice and snow contributes to a distinct and fascinating view. Ice and snow, grassland, hot springs, volcanoes, and other geologic wonders make Arxan the extraordinary winter tourism resource. The snowfall period is long and the snow is of good quality with an average thickness of over 350mm. Along with the special mountainous landform, it provides a very good resource for winter sports and tourism. It is literally heaven for skiing lovers.
Tasty Inner Mongolia
Tasty food is another experience of the trip to Inner Mongolia. The food culture series – Tasty Inner Mongolia, shows the making process of 30 kinds of most local-featured cuisines in 4 parts. Based on the profound cultural background, the series focuses on Inner Mongolia local cuisines and fully depicts the abundant natural ecology and agricultural livestock products. The series also shows the colorful dining culture, folk customs, and various tourism resources to spread the charming character of Inner Mongolia culture.Golden Fried Streaky Pork and BoletesReal Fresh Nature – MushroomsStewed Chicken with Mushrooms (Hulun Buir)Tianchi Brewed Crucian Carps with TofuWater Boiled RibsBeef BaoziDried BeefNumbers of Ways of Eating Potatos
The Invention of White Cream
Baozi with Potato and Leek Fillings (Ulanqab)
Milk Pot Stewing Mutton (Hulun Buir)
Mutton in Tripe (Hohhot)Candied Dried Milk CakeChop Suey of LambsDried Milk CakeMongolian Pastry TudeShaomaiBeiziChifeng Smoky Meat in BunTuoxian PeppersStewing Sour RiceIce Boiled MuttonTuoxian Stewing Yellow River CarpsThe Morning Set ”Tuoxian Tanggao”Mutton Hot PotSteam MuttonWucha Feast: Sheep BackSheep Blood SausageHeishui Spring TofuIce Acrobatics – The Love of Hulun BuirIce Acrobatics – The Love of Hulun Buir is directed by a national top-level director. The performance tells the origin of Hulun Buir through a series of old tales and contains profound local culture as well as multi-ethnic connotations. Staging on ice, setting a background on grassland, and focusing on shepherds, the performance is a cultural feast with the combination of ice travel and sports culture. It is also a scenic ice-skating dance show praising lives, daily life, and nature. The show gives prominence to the ideas of the intergrowth of humans and nature; it also demonstrates the pursuit of protecting human civilization and spiritual land.