We learn about the life of Genghis Khan today and saw a temple devoted to the worship of Genghis Khan.
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Am here with a tour group from Singapore. It is much better if you can have a staff to follow you throughout to help explain the history of Genghis Khan and his life's accomplishments. There is much walking and not advisable for those with weak...More
Worth visiting and worthwhile to hire a guide to take you through the history of Genghis Khan and the museum.
We traveled from Baotou to the Mausoleum with a short visit to the City of Ordos. The place is historical and quiet significant to the Mongolian. We paid the extra $150 RMB for the guide, which she gave a detailed description of the site and...More
Awesome place and a must see historical attraction in northern China! The walking grounds are amazing and beautiful. It was incredible to see and get up close to the "Holy Horses," which are the direct descendants of Genghis Khan's horses.
It was good to see and hear stories of Genghis khan but I was disappointed that I could not take photographs inside the Mausoleum but worth a visit.
My son and I were in Hohhot to visit the Xanadu site, but due to bad weather the flight was late and we missed our train. Our next option was a day trip to Ordos to visit the Mausoleum, so we set out on the...More
This is a beautiful man-made battlefield of Genghis Khan as a tribute to the great 'Mongol Hero'. Those warriors on horseback and camp-follower figures are made from cast-iron. Genghis Khan's gold yurk is his 'Supreme Command' tent carried out his routine work with his officials....More
So - you're driving along the highway in Mongolia, round a corner (not too many of those around) and this stoking great statue looms at you! It's slightly bonkers but a great place - being able to climb up into the horse's head is great...More