Everytime I travel I get so inspired but this trip to China has definitely left a great impact on me. In this post you’ll find some of my favorite photos I took during my visit to Yinchuan. The photo above was taken at the west studio of Zhenbeibao which is like the Chinese universal studios where movies are being shot, more photos below!
Shui Dong Gou Site
Shui Dong Gou is a popular national tourist attraction located in “Line Town” along the great wall that separates China from Mongolia. It has more than 30,000 years of history and is the earliest Paleolithic relic in China. The relic has proved the existence of humans here from 30k years ago and there weren’t even fossils found from several animals. It has a huge outdoor area that’s free to explore and there is a museum where you can see the fossils and learn more about the history.
Zhenbeibao West Movie City
The west studio of Zhenbei is like the Chinese universal studios. It has amazing asian aesthetics and I felt like we went back 100 years in time. There were more than 100 movies shot here including: Ashes of Time, The book and the sword, A Chinese odyssey and the list goes on.
These are some random shots of my time in China including the streets of Ningxia, the Mongolian side of China and a few shots at a themed park.