Announcement : Some users will not be able to visit eChinacities.com during Dec. 20 - 28 due to system upgrade. Please visit eChinacities.net during upgrade period.
eChinaJOBs APP Download
Home » Yinchuan » Features » Area Guides

All Area Guides

Wetlands to Woodlands: the Parks of Yinchuan HOT

Comments(0) ( View In Map )

Beat the summer heat in one of Yinchuan's beautiful parks. The city has it all from sprawling bird-filled wetlands to bustling city parks. Grab your family and friends, pack a picnic and relax in one of these gorgeous spots. The Mingcui Wetlands and the ...... Read More>>

Yinchuan’s 801 Creative Park – A 798 in the Making? HOT

Quietly nestled in the western suburbs of Yinchuan in Xixia District, close to Ningxia University, lies an unassuming factory complex that bears a striking resemblance to the famous 798 Art District in Beijing. However, unlike 798 which has developed ...... Read More>>

Helan Mountain Drive: Rugged Beauty, Ancient Sites and Scorpions HOT

The rugged mountains and open plains just west of Yinchuan city receive very little attention in travel guide books. However, the bare, yet striking mountain range is every bit deserving of attention and admiration as many other natural sites in China. The ...... Read More>>

Must-See Sites and Attractions in Yinchuan HOT

Comments(2) ( View In Map )

Yinchuan has a history of more than 1,300 years, remnants of which are still seen standing in and around the city itself. From its ancient pagodas and imperial tombs to mysterious rock carvings and desert lakes, Yinchuan offers a wide range of ...... Read More>>

Sand Lake Scenic Area, an Amusement Oasis in the Desert HOT

Comments(1) ( View In Map )

Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region is one the most sparsely populated, dry and impoverished provinces in China and is located in what is often referred to as China’s “wild west”. The region is mostly desert apart from the more fruitful areas benefiting from ...... Read More>>

Most Read in eChinacities

This week This month

Hot Jobs

Hot Listings