Baotou is located at the foot of the Yinshan Mountains, and on the bank of the Yellow River. 

The word Baotou is Mongolian meaning 'place where deer live'. Hence it is called by its other name, The Deer City. It is the largest city which incorporates the largest green area in Inner Mongolia. 

People living in the vast land have made some brilliant achievements. Baotou City has successively won the titles of National Civilized City, Garden City, and National Excellent Tourist City. This leisure capital situated on grassland well displays its charm with its natural resources and cultural assumptions.

Visit the Mongolian yurts, drink a bowl of warm milk tea, and enjoy eating mutton with your hands, which are all indispensable ways to experience the Mongolian customs in Baotou. Saihan Tala Grassland is the only grassland in China that is located in a city center. Some 100 kilometers away in Ordos's desert, the Genghis Khan' Mausoleum is also a must for visitors as it is not too far away.


Chinese Name: 本溪市 (běn xī shì)
Location: Benxi lies in the southeastern area of Liaoning Province, at the hinterland of the Liaodong Peninsula. It lies just south of Shenyang and Fushun, and north of Dandong. Anshan and Jilin are respectively located west and east of the city. 

Population: 1,567,000 
Area: 8,435 square kilometers (3,257 square miles) 

China Post: 35, Jiefang Lu, Pingshan District

Bayan Nur

Bayannur or Bayannao'er is a prefecture-level city in western Inner Mongolia, People's Republic of China. Until December 1, 2003, the area was called Bayannur League. Bayannur has an administrative area of 65,788 km². 

Area: 65,788 km²

Weather: -3°C, Wind W at 11 km/h, 34% Humidity

Population: 1.67 million (2010)


Bijie City, the gateway to the northwest of Guizhou, is situated at the junction of three provinces – Sichuan, Yunnan and Guizhou. The population of its ethnic minorities covers 28 percent, mainly including Yi and Miao.

In China, where there are ethnic minorities, there is splendid natural scenery. Of course, Bijie is not an exception. It is the home of the famous Zhijin Cave, the paradise of plants and also the fairyland of rare birds. Simple ethnic minorities' villages are inlaid on this marvelous land like pearls. Their colorful costumes, primitive languages, traditional dancing, folk songs and unique customs together with the charming landscape are always absorbing. Additionally, with a subtropical monsoon climate, Bijie has a warm winter and a cool summer. Such a good climate is very beneficial for sightseeing.


Bayingolin Mongol Autonomous Prefecture, often abbreviated to Bayingol, is an autonomous prefecture of the People's Republic of China, bordering Gansu to the east, Qinghai to the southeast, and the Tibet Autonomous Region to the south.

Weather: 4°C, Wind N at 5 km/h, 46% Humidity


Chinese Name: 宝鸡市 (bǎo jī shì)
Location: Located in the west of Shaanxi Province, Baoji is the joint point of Xian, Lanzhou, Yinchuan and Chengdu. Xianyang is to its east and Hanzhong is to its south.

Population: 3,760,000
Area: 18,200 square kilometers (7,027 square miles)


Chinese Name: 滨州市 (bīn zhōu shì)
Location: Binzhou City is situated in the north of Shandong Province on the southwest shoal of Bohai Bay. It borders Dongying in the east and Zibo in the south; in the west it is in the neighborhood of Dezhou. Jinan, capital city of the province, is bounded on the northeast by Binzhou. In the northwest, the city is separated from Henan Province by a river.      

Population: 3,712,500
Area: 9,445 square kilometers (3,647 square miles) 


Chinese Name: 巴中市 (bā zhōng shì)
Location: Situated in the northeast of Sichuan Province, Bazhong City is bordered by Hanzhong of Shaanxi Province in the north, and in neighborhood of Dazhou, Nanchong and Guangyuan respectively in the east, south and west with in the province.

Population: 3,600,000  
Area: 12,325 square kilometers (4,759 square miles) 


Bortala Mongol Autonomous Prefecture, abbreviated to Bortala, is a Mongol autonomous prefecture in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of the China. It has an area of 27,000 km². Bole is its capital.


Beihai is a large port in the Guangxi region on China's southwest coast. In the city center, Beibuwan Square has a fountain sculpture evoking the local pearl industry. Nearby, Old Street's 19th-century buildings incorporate Western elements. On the city's southern waterfront, the Silver Beach resort area (named for its light-gray sand) is home to a park with the giant Beihai Music Fountain.

Area: 3,337 km²

Weather: 18°C, Wind N at 21 km/h, 81% Humidity