Homestays create a way to wealth for remote Tibet county

By Zhao Shiyue | | Updated: 2021-08-03 06:40
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A family hotel is set amid nature in Baka village, Bomi county, Nyingchi city in Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, on June 29, 2021. [Photo by Zhao Shiyue/]

In the past, it was very difficult to get there due to poor traffic conditions, and clean water, electricity and Wi-Fi connections were not always available in this remote region.

"My business got better after the government conducted infrastructure construction projects, including renovating farmhouses, upgrading the internet system and improving roadway quality," said Nyima Tsering, the owner of Boboli Garden Homestay and also Party branch secretary in Baka village.

The moves echoed with the central's policy on rural revitalization, which urges local governments to increase support for key tourism villages in terms of funds, markets and talents, to achieve the goal of poverty alleviation as soon as possible.

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