The Former Residence of Ulanhu
The Former Residence of Ulanhu [Photo/lfw.huhhot.gov]
Located in Tumd Left, about 70 kilometers away from Hohhot, capital of Inner Mongolia autonomous region, the Former Residence of Ulanhu, the founding chairman of Inner Mongolia covers an area of 1,530 square meters.
With the construction area of 560 square meters, it has 26 rooms including guest rooms and a gristmill.
Ulanhu, also known by his Chinese name Yun Ze, was also the former vice-president of China, serving from 1983 to 1988.
In 2007, the local government invited experts from Inner Mongolia Normal University (IMNU) to design the scenic spot. According to the plan, the construction of health center, main roads, teaching buildings and theatre have been completed, with an investment of 51.43 million yuan ($8.13 million).
The Former Residence of Ulanhu is now one of the 100 classic scenic spots of red tourism, consisting of red tourism areas, folk villages, fruit and vegetable picking.