TRAVEL Tourism industry helps increase villagers' income in Ali prefecture, China's Tibet

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Tourism industry helps increase villagers' income in Ali prefecture, China's Tibet

Xinhua

14:13, July 05, 2018

A yak team of Gangsha village conveys travelling bags for pilgrims in Ali prefecture, southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, June 24, 2018. Gangsha village is located at the foot of Mount Kangrinboqe, a sacred Hindu and Buddhist site in Ali. Since the 1980s, local farmers and herdsmen have started to receive pilgrims and tourists from home and abroad. They upgraded services of tourism industry in the past 30 years, and tourism increased villagers' income.[Photo/Xinhua]

A girl (R) from Gangsha Village rests at a tent in Ali prefecture, southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, June 24, 2018. Gangsha village is located at the foot of Mount Kangrinboqe, a sacred Hindu and Buddhist site in Ali. Since the 1980s, local farmers and herdsmen have started to receive pilgrims and tourists from home and abroad. They upgraded services of tourism industry in the past 30 years, and tourism increased villagers' income.[Photo/Xinhua]

Indian pilgrims make a pilgrimage to Mount Kangrinboqe in Ali prefecture, southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, June 24, 2018. Gangsha village is located at the foot of Mount Kangrinboqe, a sacred Hindu and Buddhist site in Ali. Since the 1980s, local farmers and herdsmen have started to receive pilgrims and tourists from home and abroad. They upgraded services of tourism industry in the past 30 years, and tourism increased villagers' income.[Photo/Xinhua]

People of Gangsha village wait for pilgrims at the starting of a travel to Mount Kangrinboqe in Ali prefecture, southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, June 24, 2018. Gangsha village is located at the foot of Mount Kangrinboqe, a sacred Hindu and Buddhist site in Ali. Since the 1980s, local farmers and herdsmen have started to receive pilgrims and tourists from home and abroad. They upgraded services of tourism industry in the past 30 years, and tourism increased villagers' income.[Photo/Xinhua]

A yak team of Gangsha village conveys travelling bags for pilgrims in Ali prefecture, southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, June 24, 2018. Gangsha village is located at the foot of Mount Kangrinboqe, a sacred Hindu and Buddhist site in Ali. Since the 1980s, local farmers and herdsmen have started to receive pilgrims and tourists from home and abroad. They upgraded services of tourism industry in the past 30 years, and tourism increased villagers' income.[Photo/Xinhua]

Villagers from Gangsha village offer services to pilgrims in Ali prefecture, southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, June 24, 2018. Gangsha village is located at the foot of Mount Kangrinboqe, a sacred Hindu and Buddhist site in Ali. Since the 1980s, local farmers and herdsmen have started to receive pilgrims and tourists from home and abroad. They upgraded services of tourism industry in the past 30 years, and tourism increased villagers' income.[Photo/Xinhua]

 

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