Zalantun, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, China

🇨🇳 Zalantun is a city and administrative division of Hulunbuir Prefecture-level city, Inner Mongolia, China. It is in the north-eastern part of Inner Mongolia, in the south-eastern foothills of the Greater Khingan mountains, bordering Heilongjiang province to the east. It is an area which has a number of forests and streams. It is known for its hunting and fishing.

Economy Zalantun's economy is based primarily on tourism and agriculture, livestock and forestry. The Harbin-Manzhouli Railway traverses the district. It is rich in food grains, particularly wheat, soy and corn, as well as cattle, sheep, horse and other livestock. It has an industrial base in paper production, candy production, and wool. It has an annual average temperature of 2 °C and an average annual precipitation of 480mm. The north-west portion of the district consists of natural forests in the Greater Khingan mountains.

The city is served by Zhalantun Chengjisihan Airport.

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Zalantun has a population of over 132,408 people.

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