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The district is in Ordos, in the Inner Mongolia autonomous region.
Ordos is one of the country's wealthiest cities, which boomed in with numerous residential communities. But Kangbashi gained worldwide notoriety in after it was dubbed by Time magazine as "a modern ghost town.
Chai said this hidden subsidy will also help level the rent in other shopping areas in Kangbashi. Chai acknowledged that the public is often confused by the area's empty sidewalks.
But he said there are many public institutions, including a museum, a library, and a theater, along the key roads.
Each residential community has its own independent living quarters with service facilities, and the government provides free bus service within the district. Chai, also former chief of the district's construction bureau, said the idea of urban design of Kangbashi might be "too advanced" in China, as people have become used to bustling metropolises with large populations.
According to the local government, Kangbashi has 72, registered residents inand the population will surpassin summer, the peak tourism season. Unlike many Chinese cities' new urban areas, which were constructed on the outskirts of old towns, Kangbashi was 23 km from Dongsheng, the downtown area of Ordos.
Kangbashi and Dongsheng are connected by a highway, and half of the municipal government institutions have moved into the new area. You can never build a city overnight," Cai said.Jan 27, Explore Clopotel Daniel's board "Kai Caemmerer, Unborn Cities" on Pinterest.
| See more ideas about Abandoned buildings, Rouille and Voitures abandonnées. Ordos Municipality, in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, has emerged as one of China's wealthiest places, with an economy driven by massive expansion of the local coal industry.
According to TIME Magazine Ordos is the Modern Ghost Town so it should be perfect for Halloween. I will be back with more updates on Monday.
I will be back with more updates on Monday. Advertisements. Discover ideas about Ghost City - leslutinsduphoenix.com Old Claremont/Swanbourne Mental Asylum, Perth, Western. Ordos, china: a modern ghost town - photo essays - time Meant as home for one million people, the Kangbashi district remains nearly empty five years after construction began Photographs by Michael Christopher Brown for TIME.