Sightseeing at Xiangshawan in Inner Mongolia
    2012-09-27 13:20:32      Web Editor: Duan
The area has been turned into a tourist attraction where people can engage in various activities like sand sliding and camel riding.

Xiangshawan, also known as the Resonant Sand Gorge, is a chain of crescent-shaped sand dunes situated at the north edge of Kubuqi Desert in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Named after the natural phenomenon of echoing sounds created by sand movement, the area has been turned into a tourist attraction where people can engage in various activities like sand sliding and camel riding. [Photo:]

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