Hohhot serves as a hinge, linking northwest China to Beijing. The city can be reached by air, road and train. The city's airport has direct flights to Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Wuhan and Sanya. Hohhot has an extensive railway network: the main Beijing-Baotou Railway traverses the city from east to west connecting with Beijing in the east and Baotou in the west. There are also international trains to Ulan Bator and Moscow.
Traveling to Beijing by car only takes about five hours thanks to the Hohhot-Beijing Express Highway. Heading in the other direction, the Hohhot-Baotou express ensures that the trip to Baotou only takes around two hours. National highway 110 connects it to Yinchuan, Ningxia and national highway 209, which starts from Hohhot, extends to Shanxi, Hunan and Guangxi Province. Daily buses from Hohhot to Beijing, Tianjin, Datong and Baotou are available.
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From July 11, Hong Kong airlines will be operating direct flights from Hohot to Hong Kong. The Airbus 320 will make the return journey every Monday and Friday.
Direct flights from the capital of Inner Mongolia to Seoul are now available from Jinair starting today. The B737-800 airplane will depart on flight LJ721 from Seoul at 07:00 arriving at Hohot at 09:40 local time.
On November 23, the Meilin Valley Ski Resort – Asia’s largest ski resort – opened for business in Kalaqinqi, City of Chifeng, Inner Mongolia.
Have you been desperate for some basic leggings, or fashionable grandpa jumpers? Well you dream has come true. The first H&M is opening in Hohhot on September 26.
Chinese rock band Reflector will perform at Hohhot’s Ning Live House on April 20.
As early as the Warring States Period the area we now call Hohhot was inhabited. The city of Yunzhong was founded here at this time by the Zhao Kingdom: relics of the Zhao Great Wall they built to keep out invades can still be seen in Tuoketuo County to the southwest of Hohhot. When Qin Shi Huang ...
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