Hulun Lake, also known as Dalai Lake ("Ocean Lake" in Mongolian) is one of the five largest freshwater lakes in China. It covers an area of 2,339 sq km.
Various fish such as carp, red fins, pike, catfish and also rare white shrimp can be found in the Hulun Lake. The lake is also home to 241 bird species, including cranes, gulls, swans, wild geese, ducks and lovebirds.
Tourists can feast on various delicious and nourishing fish dishes at the lake restaurant. Watching local people catch fish under the ice during winter is another popular tourist attraction.