Getting on the viewing platform, which is the highest site in the eco-tourism scenic spot of the Desert Pearl, you can see the whole of the Yellow River wetlands.
The Sand Lake in Ningxia is an important transfer station for the migration of migratory birds in Central Asia.
Located at the foot of Helan Mountain in Yinchuan, the capital city of Ningxia, the Western Xia Mausoleums are the largest and best-preserved historic relics of the Western Xia Empire (1038-1227).
The Xiaoguan trade route was an important passageway along the ancient Silk Road in Ningxia, and was favored by merchants due to its flat terrain and convenient transport.
The Xumi Grottoes in Ningxia have a history of more than 1,500 years and are one of the top ten grottoes in China. Click the video to join the journey here.
The project to divert water from the Yellow River for irrigation in Ningxia covers an area of 8,600 square meters, and is one of the four main ancient irrigation areas of China.
The site of the Great Wall in Ningxia has a total length of over 1,500 kilometers and is known as the "Great Wall Museum".
Ningxia's rock art, represented by the rock art of Helan Mountain, have been carved throughout all historical periods from the Stone Age, reflecting the dialogue between ancient people and stone.
Shuidonggou relic is the first Paleolithic cultural site found in China, where ancient humans lived 40,000 years ago.