Yili industrial tourism project opens in Hohhot

Updated: June 30, 2023


A panoramic view of Yili Future Intelligence and Health Valley in Hohhot. [Photo provided to]

The industrial tourism project of the Yili Future Intelligence and Health Valley officially opened for business on June 21 in Hohhot, capital city of North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region.

Located in the core development area of the health valley, the project includes the Grassland Milk Culture Museum, the Chilechuan Ecological Smart Ranch, the Intelligent Manufacturing Experience Center, and the Global Benchmarking Dairy Liquid Manufacturing Base.

Buoyed by the driving force of its industrial advantages, the health valley has attracted more than 90 enterprises to settle there, with a total signed investment of over 60 billion yuan ($8.28 billion). It has also recently signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Fantawild Holdings.


Tourists enjoy some shopping in the Yili Future Intelligence and Health Valley. [Photo provided to]

The industrial tourism project aims to promote and develop the dairy industry in Inner Mongolia. The Grassland Milk Culture Museum showcases the history and culture of milk production on the grassland, while the Chilechuan Ecological Smart Ranch demonstrates sustainable ecological farming practices.

Meanwhile, the Intelligent Manufacturing Experience Center exhibits the modern technology used in dairy production, and the benchmarking manufacturing base showcases the advanced milk production processes.

The project not only serves as a platform for tourism and cultural exchanges, but also contributes to the local economy. Through attracting investment and creating job opportunities, it enhances the industrial development of the health valley area.

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