Hohhot Transportation

By air

Located 9 km eastern suburb of city proper, Hohhot Baita Airport opens domestic flights to Beijing, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Xi’an, Shanghai, Wuhan, Chifeng, Tongliao, Xilinhot, Ulanhot, Hailar and other bid or small cities, as well as international flights to Ulan Bator (the capital of Mongolia), Chita ( a city of Russia) and so forth.

Shuttle buses are available in the airport, which run between airport and Xinhua Square and charges CNY5/p within half-hour drive. Shuttle bus leaves according to arrival flights. Shuttle bus runs every 30 minutes from Xinhua Square to airport.

Public bus No.12 can bring people from city proper to the airport.

By train

Located along the Beijing-Baotou railway, Hohhot Railway Station has trains to Beijing, Chengdu, Lanzhou, Tianjin, Harbin, Shenyang, Hangzhou, Hankou, Guangzhou, Shijiazhuang, Xi’an, Yinchuan and other cities, as well as trains to most prefecture-level cities of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. There are trains to Ulan Bator on every Wednesday and Thursday. Hohhot Railway Station is located in the east of Hohhot Long-distance Bus Station in Huimin District. Buses No1, 2, 5, 7, 13, 17, 22, 23, 24, 29, 302, 303 pass by there.

By bus

The Hohhot-Baotou Expressway has been put in use, linking all counties of the city. Every day, there are long-distance buses to nearby towns and regular buses to neiboring cities in Mongolia and Russia. Hohhot Long-distance Bus Station is situated near the Hohhot Railway Station. Nanchafang Bus Station and South Bus Station are located on Shiyang Qiao Road.

City transportation

---By public bus

There are some 20 public bus lines in Hohhot linking its various regions and leading to major shopping centers and scenic spots such as White Pagoda, Five Pagoda Temple, Da Zhao Temple, Zhaojun Tomb, etc.

---By tourist special bus

Bus No.23 will bring people from railway station to Wusutu National Forest Park, which runs every one hour from 09:00 to 17:00.

---By taxi

Taxi fare charges CNY6 within 2 kilometers and CNY1 for every subsequent 1 kilometer (CNY1.1/km at night). A