Xingmeng Mongolian Village

Honghe, China

The Xingmeng Mongolian Village located in the Yunnan Province in southwest China has the biggest Mongol group in the region. They are a farming community unlike the Mongols of the northern regions who subsist on animal husbandry. The highlight of the village is the Sansheng Temple. This shrine was built in honor of Kublai Khan and Genghis Khan, the brave military leaders who are worshipped by the Mongols. Surrounding the village there are nearly 20 tourist attractions. Some of these include the Taojiazui Xiaohaitan Pond Scenic Area, the Architecture Museum, Sanjiao Temple, Home of Songs and Dances, Muskmelon Garden, and the Jiaoyiwan Ethnic Culture Garden.

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