Hohhot village becomes national rural tourism key village
A recreational agricultural base in Jiaoniwan village [Photo/Horinger County Party Committee Organization Department]
Jiaoniwan village in Hohhot, North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, was recently included in the list of the third batch of national rural tourism key villages, according to local media reports.
Up to now, Hohhot has five national key villages for rural tourism, including Jiaoniwan village, Naobao village and Shirenwan village.
Jiaoniwan village is 88 kilometers away from Hohhot urban areas. The village's mountains offer sports, health, and adventure.
The village has developed water games projects, aquaculture and interactive experience projects, and established characteristic folklore activities for visitors to enjoy, allowing the organic combination of historical and cultural elements, and rural development.