Breakfast& Lunch& Dinner
Relax your body riding on the endless grassland under the blue sky and white cloud. Drive to Huhhot city later, visit Dazhao Monastery, the largest Gelukpa (Yellow Hat Sect) Temple in town, which holds many interesting artifacts.
Then move on to Saishanglaojie,the 400-year old street with the characteristics of the Ming and Qing Dynasties. After lunch, continue a trip to Five-Pagoda Temple or locally called Wuta Si in Chinese. It has a blend of architectural style with five multi-tier Chinese style pagodas built on a square-shaped Indian style structure. Then visit ancient Suiyuan City at Jiangjun Yashu. It is located west of Huhhot. The building of the city was to consolidate the northwest border during 17th century.
Later do a bit souvenir shopping before you head to the train station. After the tour, you guide and driver will escort you to take train K90( 21:23 - next day 7:20am ) for Beijing.
Dazhao Monastery: Dazhao Temple, 'Wuliang Si (Infinite Temple)' in Chinese, is the oldest building and the largest temple in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia. Locally, people usually refer to it as the Silver Buddha Temple (Yinfo Si) for it is here that there is a rare silver statue of Sakyamuni that measures 2.5-meter-high (8.2-foot-high).
The Five-Pagoda Temple is situated about 200 meters to the northwest of Beijing Zoo. Its original name, the Temple of True Awakening (Zhenjuesi), was later changed to the Temple of Great Righteous Awakening (Dazhengjuesi). Today, however, it is popularly referred to as the Five-Pagoda Temple.
Ancient Suiyuan City: Suiyuan City at Jiangjun Yashu is located west of Huhhot. The building of the city was to consolidate the northwest border during 17th century. During the reign of Emperor Yongzheng (1723-1735) of Qing dynasty, the new city was built 2.5 km northeast of Hohhot old city. The city was to hold the officers and soldiers to safeguard the border. Later the city was named Suiyuan City. It covers an area of 15,000 square meters, a historic house of cultural relics in Inner Mongolian area of China.