Live: ‘Nine turns and 18 bends’ on the Bayanbulak Grassland – Ep. 3此景只应天上有,看草原上的九曲十八弯

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Located at the foot of Tianshan Mountains in northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, the Bayanbulak Grassland, the second-largest grassland in China, is known as “abundant spring” in the Mongolian language. Snow-capped mountains surround the prairie throughout the year, and it is studded with seven lakes and 20 rivers. Join CGTN to see one of the most enchanting views in the Bayanbulak Grassland National Nature Reserve, the Kaidu River’s “nine turns and 18 bends.” #AmazingXinjiang

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