CHINA SW China village develops rural tourism to boost local people's income

CHINA

SW China village develops rural tourism to boost local people's income

Xinhua

09:39, May 04, 2020

Aerial photo taken on May 2, 2020 shows a view of Lieshen Village in Zhushan Town, southwest China's Chongqing Municipality. Located deep in mountains, Lieshen Village has made great efforts on developing rural tourism in recent years, as a way to boost local people's income. With the help of local authorities, villagers turn farmhouses into homestay hotels and make rural landscape as scenic spots attract tourists. (Photos: Xinhua)

Aerial photo taken on May 2, 2020 shows a night view of a homestay hotel in Lieshen Village in Zhushan Town, southwest China's Chongqing Municipality. Located deep in mountains, Lieshen Village has made great efforts on developing rural tourism in recent years, as a way to boost local people's income. With the help of local authorities, villagers turn farmhouses into homestay hotels and make rural landscape as scenic spots attract tourists.

A girl eats local food in a shop in Lieshen Village, southwest China's Chongqing Municipality, May 2, 2020. Located deep in mountains, Lieshen Village has made great efforts on developing rural tourism in recent years, as a way to boost local people's income. With the help of local authorities, villagers turn farmhouses into homestay hotels and make rural landscape as scenic spots attract tourists.

Aerial photo taken on May 2, 2020 shows a view of Lieshen Village in Zhushan Town, southwest China's Chongqing Municipality. Located deep in mountains, Lieshen Village has made great efforts on developing rural tourism in recent years, as a way to boost local people's income. With the help of local authorities, villagers turn farmhouses into homestay hotels and make rural landscape as scenic spots attract tourists.

Tourists barbecue at backyard of a homestay hotel in Lieshen Village, southwest China's Chongqing Municipality, May 2, 2020. Located deep in mountains, Lieshen Village has made great efforts on developing rural tourism in recent years, as a way to boost local people's income. With the help of local authorities, villagers turn farmhouses into homestay hotels and make rural landscape as scenic spots attract tourists.

A staff member cleans up a room of a homestay hotel in Lieshen Village, southwest China's Chongqing Municipality, May 2, 2020. Located deep in mountains, Lieshen Village has made great efforts on developing rural tourism in recent years, as a way to boost local people's income. With the help of local authorities, villagers turn farmhouses into homestay hotels and make rural landscape as scenic spots attract tourists.

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