Donghe district belongs to the old city of Baotou and is named for the Donghe River – in ancient times called the Botuo River – which flows through the district.
Located in the central part of Inner Mongolia autonomous region, Jiuyuan district covers an area of 734 square kilometers and contains a population of 300,000.
Shiguai district lies to the west of Daqing Mountain and is known as a pilot district of China's national "Smart City" initiative.
Tumd Right Banner
Located in the central western part of North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, Tumd Right Banner is in the hinterland of Hohhot-Baotou-Ordos and is the only banner in Baotou city listed in the urban agglomeration development plan of the three cities of Hohhot, Baotou and Ordos.
Hondlon district is situated in the downtown area of Baotou city, in North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region.
Darhan Muminggan Joint Banner
Darhan Muminggan Joint Banner is one of 20 border banners and 33 animal husbandry banners found in North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region.
Baotou Rare Earth High-Tech Industrial Development Zone
Located in Baotou, in North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, the Baotou Rare Earth High-Tech Industrial Development Zone was established in 1990 and was approved by the State Council -- China’s Cabinet -- as a national level high-tech industrial development zone in 1992.
Bayan Obo mining district
Established 1958, Bayan Obo mining district is a district abundant in mineral resources and roughly translated from Mongolian, Bayan Obo means "rich mountain".
Qingshan district in central Baotou is one of the city's main districts. It is named after its proximity to Qingshan Mountain.