Baotou's Forest Park reopens after landscape, facility upgrades
Tourists take pictures at Baotou's Forest Park, in Inner Mongolia. The newly installed fog forest system makes the park look like a fairyland. [Photo/northnews.cn]
Forest Park in Baotou, North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, has completed renovations and upgrades and has recently reopened to the public, according to local media reports.
The park features a renovated natural landscape characterized by sparse forests and grasslands divided into southern and northern parts, with a total area of 210,000 square meters.
The landscape improvement measures were coordinated and orderly and have transformed the park into a "natural, ecological and wild" urban forest ecological park.
Table tennis facilities have been added to the park. [Photo/Baotou Daily]
Three public toilets, two pavilions, 11 table tennis tables and eight badminton courts were added to the park during the upgrades.
A variety of colored grasses and flower belts were also planted, covering 12,634 square meters.
Colorful flowers decorate the newly upgraded park. [Photo/Baotou Daily]