Top 8 July destinations in China

By Lin Liyao
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With the heat of July making daily life a drag, you need a refreshing escape. picks the top 8 best destinations to help you enjoy this summer.

   Yinchuan, Ningxia


Yinchuan,one of the 'Top 8 July destinations in China' by

Yinchuan, capital city of Ningxia Province 

Yinchuan in the north of Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, northwest China, was the capital of the Tanguts in the Western Xia Dynasty (1038-1227), and is now the capital city of Ningxia. It is sheltered from the deserts of Mongolia by the high ranges of the Helan Mountains. The Yellow River runs southwest to northeast through the city. With the geographical features and its large portion of Hui people, the city is a wonderful place to enjoy unique natural beauty and experience a new culture. Sand Lake and the Western Xia tombs are the most famous attractions.

On July 8, the Halal Food Festival will kick off in Yinchuan with halal food and muslim appliance on exhibition. Visitors will also have the opportunity to watch ethnic Hui performances, showcasing colorful Hui clothing and the different tea culture.

Travel tips:


Sand Lake: 60 yuan

Western Xia tombs: 60 yuan

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