Welcome to Haila'er

The immediate area around Hǎilā’ěr sees several inevitably touristy yurt camps where you can eat, listen to traditional music and sometimes stay the night. Although they’re not places where Mongolians actually live, you can still learn a bit about Mongolian culture, and the wide-open grasslands are a gorgeous setting.

For a more authentic experience, travel further away, although staying with local families in the grasslands is not easy to organise unless you speak some Mandarin (or Mongolian).

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