TRAVEL 'Singing sand' attracts more tourists in Gansu

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'Singing sand' attracts more tourists in Gansu

10:23, August 20, 2018

Tourists visit the Mingsha Hill scenic spot in the Gobi desert in Dunhuang City, Northwest China's Gansu Province, Aug. 15, 2018. (Photos: VCG)

Consisting of a group of sand dunes, the Mingsha Hill, or "Singing Sand," is famous for its desert scenery and the mysterious sound made by wind when blowing over its surface.

With 1,300 camels, the scenic spot attracted 36,800 tourists on Wednesday, a year-on-year growth of 66.8 percent.

Tourists visit the Mingsha Hill scenic spot in the Gobi desert in Dunhuang City, Northwest China's Gansu Province, Aug. 15, 2018.

Consisting of a group of sand dunes, the Mingsha Hill, or "Singing Sand," is famous for its desert scenery and the mysterious sound made by wind when blowing over its surface.

With 1,300 camels, the scenic spot attracted 36,800 tourists on Wednesday, a year-on-year growth of 66.8 percent.

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