Where: Meilin Town, Kalaqinqi, Chifeng City, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region
Tel: 0476 3962 888
How much: Usually 90 RMB/two hours, weekends 120 RMB/two hours, New Year’s Eve and Spring Festival 160 RMB/two hours. All day pass usually 240 RMB, 360 RMB on weekends, 390 RMB on New Year’s Eve and Spring Festival. More pricing available here
Getting there: Take a car from the city of Chifeng
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And of course the whole dumb website is all in characters, no English or any other support. Typical... can't see this place attracting many international visitors. Also, how is the airpollution up there? I hear it's pretty dire.
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