Former residence of Sun Yat-sen

The former residence of Sun Yat-sen is located in Cuiheng Village, Nanlang Town. It sits east to west and covers an area of 500 square meters with a construction area of 340 square meters.

Know More

Address: No. 93, Cuiheng Avenue, Nanlang Town, Zhongshan City
Tel: 0760-28158366, 0760-87927333
Official website: http://www.sunyat-sen.org/
Opening hours: 9:00-17:00, stop admission after 16:30.
Tickets: Free
Season: Spring and Autumn are the best season to travel to Zhongshan.
Recommended time to play: 2 hours - 3 hours

The former residence of Sun Yat-sen is located in Cuiheng Village, Nanlang Town. It sits east to west and covers an area of ​​500 square meters with a construction area of ​​340 square meters.

The main building is a three-storey building with a brick-wood structure and a three-storey building made by Sun Yat-sen, the long brother of Sun Yat-sen, who was remitted from Honolulu in 1892 and designed and hosted by Sun Yat-sen. Compared with other residential houses in the village, it has the characteristics of combining Chinese and Western, sitting east and west, and having multiple doors and doors. During his practice in Macau and Guangzhou, Sun Yat-sen often returned to his hometown to live, study and practice medicine. He wrote "The Book of Li Hongzhang" and discussed with Lu Yidong the strategy of saving the country. After the failure of the Guangzhou Uprising, Sun Yat-sen went abroad for 16 years. In May 1912, Sun Yat-sen, who was retired as the first interim president of the Republic of China, returned to his hometown and stayed here for three days. The main building has now restored the scene of Mr. Sun Yat-sen’s frequent residence here from 1892 to 1895.

On the right side of the front courtyard of the main building is the ancestral site of Sun Yat-sen. On November 12, 1866, Mr. Sun Yat-sen was born here. After 1913, the Sun family demolished the ancestral home and dug a well in it. There is a sour tree on the left side of the front yard. It is said that Mr. Sun Yat-sen planted the tree species from Honolulu in 1883.

The backyard was built with kitchens, toilets and utility rooms. Sun Mei was built back to his hometown around 1913.

On October 18, 1986, the State Council announced the former residence of Sun Yat-sen as a national key cultural relics protection unit.

Online Map

    • Sun Yat-sen Me

      The Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall is located on t

    • Former ancestr

      Sun Yat-sen was born here on the north side o

    • "Join Hands" -

      "Working together" - a bronze statue of Sun Y

    • Police bell

      The caution clock is 1.2 meters in diameter,

    • Sour tree

      The sour tree, also known as the sour bean tr